Information day on Sunday.November 15, 2012 4:02am
The public is invited to the Seymour Poultry Club’s poultry information day on Sunday.
It will be held from 11am to 1pm at the Ken Hall Pavilion, Kings Park.
If you want to keep a few layers in the backyard or wish to exhibit your birds in shows, then this event is for you.
Visiting experts from the North East Poultry Association will be available for discussion on any aspect of poultry and waterfowl.
A series of short presentations with time to ask questions will be combined with practical demonstrations.
Topics include; choosing a breed, where to buy, basic feeding and health care, housing, breeding and local council rules.
A sausage sizzle lunch and refreshments will be available for a gold coin donation.
Attendance is limited to 50 people so booking is essential.
Book by calling the Seymour Poultry Club secretary on 5792 1354 before Friday.
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