First in a series……..
Collectible 2015 ABA National Meet Pin $3.00 ea.
This pin is the first of a series of ABA Annual National Meet Pins.
The 2015 National Meet is being held at the Northeastern Poultry Congress in Springfield Massachusetts on January 16-17, 2016.
The show will be full of fun and great competition. There will be an ABA Life Membership awarded to the top junior competitor in the Senior Showmanship competition courtesy of our very own Shawn Streeter of Warwick, MA. The ABA is excited and honored to be part of the Northeastern Poultry Congress this year and hope you can join us.
For those unable to travel, you can support the show and join in on the celebration by purchasing your commemorative pin today
Special Note: This show will feature our famous Breeders Auction. Here are the birds we have so far….. (if you would like to send in a sealed bid for these birds, please send to the ABA, PO Box 127, Augusta, NJ 07822 by 1/10/2016 to be considered. If you are the highest bidder and are unable to make the show, you must arrange for transport of your birds.)
~ ABA Annual Breeders Auction ~
(All Birds are in Pairs)
Modern Games - Brown Reds - Troy Laroche, Ontario
Old English - Crele by Dwayne & Melody Jonas, TX
SCCL - SC Light Brown Leghorns by George Beyer, NY
SCCL - Gray Japanese by Tom & Linda Chandler, IN
RCCL - Quail Belgian d'Anvers by Kevin & Karen Unrath, NJ
FL - White Cochins by Dog River Bantams, Mark Podgwaite and Lisa Clark, VT
AOCCL - Wheaten Ko Shamos by Brian Decker, WA
Bantam Duck - White Calls by Kyle Tripp
NEW CLASS - Pigeons - Show Type Racing Homers - Grizzle
by Mike Johnson - House of Champions, CO
2016 Legbands will be available in the following sizes.
Orders yours today to guarantee availability!!
D’S 10 mm E’s 11 mm F’s 13mm G’s 15mm H’s 18mm I’s 20mm J’s 22mm K’s 25mm
These bands are not “required” – however many of our ABA members feel these are a MUST for their breeding programs. They are made of plastic and numbered clearly with ABA, the year (16) and an identifying number. They are “seamless”. They are intended to be placed on “Young – growing” birds. Many ABA members try to put them on the birds when they are around 8-12 weeks old. You try to place them on a growing bird, if they slip off – you try again in a week or so – repeating the process until they stay on. Once on – they are permanent. This tool is “Priceless” in the breeding pen!