2013 Theme: Changing Management for Changing Times
When: March 2nd, 2013; 10AM - 4 PM
Building, Delaware State Fairgrounds, 644 Fairground
Harrington, Delaware 19952
Fee: $10/adult & $5/child & $40/vendor (proceeds will benefit Delaware 4-H Poultry)
The nation’s premier educational conference dedicated to small and backyard poultry flocks. A day of learning, displays, and vendors that cater strictly to those who have, or wish to start, a poultry flock. There will be a special display of chicken coops for keeping chickens in an urban environment. Come see a video display of the assembly of each coop as well as new and innovative chicken waterers. There will be a drawing for the coops and waterers at the end of the event that will benefit Delaware 4-H Poultry.
Enter the Egg Judging Contest; Hen Dress Review; or the Mid-Atlantic 4-H Avian Bowl Challenge. Come learn more about your flock; learn how to make improvements to your flock’s management; take a survey to see why chicken folks like to keep chickens; see beautiful works of poultry and egg art; and meet a Poultry Diagnostician.
To see event details please contact Dr. Brigid McCrea at 302-857-6432 for a brochure or more detailed information.
Sponsored by Delaware State University Cooperative Extension.
For other Delaware events,
Are you aware of any corrections to this information?
Our goal is up-to-date & accurate on Poultry Show Central and we rely on your help!
In search of Lemon Pyle Brahmas - adults, chicks or hatching eggs. I'd also be interested in Blue Buff and Buff Laced Brahmas. Located in Southern California.
I Love my seramas!! I have obtained them from all over and I really have a nice color selection. I only have smooth seramas as of right now but I will
WANTED : In Texas , Silver Laced Wyandotte : Looking for a young rooster/cockerel for sale. Must be very good quality,good genetics, and docile. Or a trio
MARYLAND, August 2017 - We are downsizing and need to find a new home for our beautiful one-year-old blue cochin rooster. He is not aggressive and would
We found an orphan white Silkie running on a busy intersection. We caught her, built her a coop, and run with all the comforts of home. She is young,
Information on the Southwest Missouri Poultry Show