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Oceanside Poultry swap, Sunday July 1st

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1 Oceanside Poultry swap, Sunday July 1st on Wed Jun 27, 2012 8:31 am

Omega Blue Farms

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Oceanside Poultry & Farm Animal Swap Sunday July 1st, starts at 11:00am

Buckerfield's Parking lot Parksville

Chickens, Ducks Turkeys, Geese, Goats, Lambs,Feed, Hay, Bedding Plants, Seeds, Tools anything Farm related
Sell off your tailgate or bring your own table

No Vendor Fees

NO Pets (cat & dog sales)

Buckerfields has asked that sellers park on the side of the lot next to the store.

In Oceanside Poultry's third newsletter, we offer an old recipe for Roasting Raccoon. Understanding Heritage Chicken meat classes is also discussed. Even if one isn't sure about becoming a member, I encourage fellow Islanders interested in heritage poultry to sign up for the newsletter.

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2 Re: Oceanside Poultry swap, Sunday July 1st on Wed Jun 27, 2012 8:46 am

Omega Blue Farms

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We have a dozen or so ameraucana pullets put aside for this swap.

We also have some partially grown Saxony ducklings. I can bring a mature breeding trio if requested.

Muscovy ducks are also hatching, we will have Blue-Fawn week-old ducklings available.

I also have two mature Bronze Turkey pairs available, email if you would like me to bring them.

http://www.OmegaBlueFarms.ca

3 Re: Oceanside Poultry swap, Sunday July 1st on Wed Jun 27, 2012 10:15 pm

ars800

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Omega Blue Farms wrote:
In Oceanside Poultry's third newsletter, we offer an old recipe for Roasting Raccoon. Understanding Heritage Chicken meat classes is also discussed. Even if one isn't sure about becoming a member, I encourage fellow Islanders interested in heritage poultry to sign up for the newsletter.

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Yes, the latest edition of the newsletter is officially online with the others. As for signing up, there isn't an "official" way to sign up yet but you could always send us an email and we will add your name to the list. And... don't be shy, we take submissions too!

The Roasted Raccoon recipe does look interesting, not sure if I will try it anytime soon though.

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