Canberra Queanbeyan Poultry Club

 

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OUR AIMS

The aims of the Canberra Queanbeyan Poultry Club are to promote and foster the keeping, breeding and showing of pure breeds of poultry. We believe it is important to keep intact, the breeds of poultry found in Australia.

We encourage those seeking to keep poultry in the district to consider selecting one of the many beautiful pure breeds available, rather than choosing to keep hybrid strains. In this way, the wonderful (and often rare) breeds of Australian poultry may be retained for future generations to enjoy.


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The Canberra Queanbeyan Poultry Club is proudly sponsored by

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LATEST HAPPENINGS

THE CQPC PURE BREED POULTRY SALE IS ON AGAIN!

The club will conduct a pure breed poultry sale at the Queanbeyan Showground on Sunday, 7 May 2017. You can find more information and entry forms, here.

UPDATED CATALOGUE

A list of sale birds will be available soon. Note: This list will be updated daily until Saturday night 6 May.


2017 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The Annual General Meeting of the Canberra Queanbeyan Poultry Club Inc. was conducted on Tuesday 28 February 2017 at 7.30pm in the poultry pavilion, Queanbeyan Showground.


2016 QUEANBEYAN AGRICULTURAL SHOW

The Queanbeyan Agricultural Show was staged on 12-13 November. The poultry show was on the Saturday. The show attracted almost 150 entries and was judged by Mr. Lee Woods of Tumut. Pictures of the major prize winners can be found here.


2016 ANNUAL AND RARE BREED SHOW

The Canberra Queanbeyan Poultry Club Annual and Rare Breed Show is done and dusted for another year. Judges Peter Cliff, Warwick Saunders, Tim Johns and Wayne Rigby assessed the 647 exhibits. You can see pictures of the major prize winners here.


NEW ARTICLE THE CREEPER GENE EXPLAINED

There is a new article describing the creeper gene that gives Japanese bantams their peculiar short legs. You can read it, here.


MASTER BREEDERS SERIES

We have installed another Master Breeder on our list. Find out who it is, here.


     
 
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