WV Fall Chickenstock – Sept. 8th At Martinsburg TSC.

WV Fall Chickenstock – Sept. 8th At Martinsburg TSC.

The fall WV Chickenstock is almost upon us. Sept 8th, 2012 from 8am till noon. This is one of the last swaps of the year, so if you need some hens, a turkey, some Guineas or Peacocks, try to stop on by. This is a FREE Buy – Sell – Trade event and it is open to everyone.

All NPIP West Virginians are good to go! We’ll have testers onsite to test birds at 7am for those of you who aren’t.  There is usually a  line, so come early if you need birds tested. Out of State folks must have all birds making the trip tested for (AI) Avian Influenza no more than 10 days prior to the swap. This is WV State Law. MD, VA and PA participators, please contact your local Ag. Dept. for further info.

We also ask that no one start selling before 8am. That way everyone can get set up and ready and no one gets offended when choice birds are gone already when they arrive promptly at 8am for that special RIR. BO or BLRW. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation on this!

If you plan on selling… get there early enough to get your birds tested and setup before things get started. If you plan on buying, come a little before 8am so you can look around and decide what to buy at 8am. Many vendors sold out in just a couple hours the last few events.

Here’s a video of the spring WV Chickenstock. Make sure you watch it. Ya might be in it!!!

 

What’s going to be there?

This list will be updated up until the day of Chickenstock, so check back often.

 

Blue Laced Red Wyandottes
Splash BLRW
Easter Eggers
Blue Ameruacana
Olive Eggers
Guineas (several colors)
Coturnix Quail (several colors)
Button Quail (several colors)
Silkies
Rhode Island Reds
Buff Orphingtons
Light Brahmas
Millie Fleur d’Uccles
Bantam Cochin
Sussex
POL EE’s and mixes
Pet quality Silkie hens
One or two pq Silkie roos
Bantam cochins
Appenzeller Spitzhaubens
Some free roos
Guinea, rare colors.
Golden Comets
Cochins
Buff leghorn
Wheaten Ameraucana roos – from Peachick eggs
1 California White roo
Buff Orphington pullets
Black Australorp pullets
Ameraucana chicks – 4 months old
Started Ameraucana chicks and Olive Egger chicks
Laying hens: 1 year old
Dominiques
RIR
Welsummer
Chicks (Welsummer, heritage Barred Rock, some SLW)
Harlequin Ducks
Buff Orpington pullets
WC Black & Blue Polish (LF & Bantam)
Cochins
Muscovy Ducks
Blue Swedish Ducks
Marans
Turkens/Naked Necks
Serama (adults and started juvies)

Buff Orphington
Black Australorp
Laying hens: 1 year old
Dominiques
RIR
Frizzles
Polish
Silver Laced Wyandottes
Jersey Giants
Turkeys (Narragansett, Royal Palm) 
Wheaten and Splash Copper Marrans
MF Cochin.
White Cochin
Buff Silkies 
Juvenile Heritage Barred Plymouth Rock
POL Golden Lakenvelder pairs & trios (some are laying now)
Juvenile Welsummer
Mixed color Silkie chicks – if they hatch in time
Mini Pigs
Coops and nest boxes
Rustic furniture (homemade)
Antique farm stuff
Jewelry
Bantam Cochins
LF Polish
Barred Rocks
Composters
Rain Barrels
Cortunix Quail
Mexican Speckled Bobwhite males
Pigeons
Millie Cochin Bantams
Canaries

Several breeds of hatching eggs.
Goats
Bunnies
Honey
Waterers
Nipple waterers
Homemade dog treats (people food grade, no trash in these!
Handmade laying boxes
Jams & jellies
Homemade glycerin soaps
Goat Soap
Feeders
Coops and hoop houses
Cages
Beautiful show cages
Nesting boxes

and much, much more.

Remember check back often and if you want your birds or items listed here you can contact us here or at…

chickenstock25401@gmail.com or chickenjunkies@gmail.com

or call Ronnie at (304)825-3076 or Carol at 304-433-8052

You can find more info at the Poultry Barn and on our BackYardChicken thread.

Please print out and post these flyers on every bulletin board and fence post you can find. Get the word out there!

Chickenstock will be at the Martinsburg, WV Tractor Supply Co. on Sept. 24, 2011  8am - noon.


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4 Responses to “WV Fall Chickenstock – Sept. 8th At Martinsburg TSC.”

  1. Marti says:

    I am so excited! Thanks for helping organize this event- we have chickens because my girls are in 4H and they breed them as part of their poultry project, so these swaps are important to the success of their projects. We will be bring several ee POL pullets, Appenzeller Spitzhauben, bantam cochins, mixes, hatching eggs, and other chickens (haven’t decided what exactly). PLUS, the Chickenstocks are a lot of fun :) ! See you there!

  2. admin says:

    So glad to hear you are coming. Your girls are awesome little business women and know their chickens.

  3. Frances Harrigan says:

    Can’t wait to see all the chickens at chicken stock. If I can get it together I may sell some of my jams, jellies, and preserves. Is there anything special I need to do to set up for that?
    Thanks so much Carol for organizing this, you are the greatest.
    Fran

  4. admin says:

    Hi Fran, I think all you need to do is come and set up. I can’t take the credit for organizing this Chickenstock. Ronnie, over in Hedgesville did all that. I was just asked to help with the advertising. :0) Always happy to help the chicken community.

    Carol

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