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 Post subject: Re: Disease at poultry shows?
PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:48 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Disease at poultry shows?
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I have seen many sick or deformed fowls at auctions here in victoria and I have never made a bid on a fowl as I think most fowls in auctions are cast off with issues basically the old eating fowls only in my opinion


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 Post subject: Re: Disease at poultry shows?
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I think its best to go direct to the breeders and get the better quality instead of the defective as you say




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 Post subject: Re: Disease at poultry shows?
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Its what I do and they are much cheaper





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 Post subject: Re: Disease at poultry shows?
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You can also see all their fowls to see how healthy they are and disease free



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I get asked regularly this very question and my answer is always the same if you want quality fowls and potential breeding fowl then buy direct from the breeders its the only way you also cut out the middle mans commissions


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I agree its the only way to buy decent and healthy chooks and waterfowls


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 Post subject: Re: Disease at poultry shows?
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ausgeese wrote:
I get asked regularly this very question and my answer is always the same if you want quality fowls and potential breeding fowl then buy direct from the breeders its the only way you also cut out the middle mans commissions

I agree 100%



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