It’s been a busy couple of weeks for Precision Plymouth Rocks Inc. We attended the Sarnia Poultry Pigeon and Pet Stock Association show at DeGroot’s Nurseries on January 9th. We showed well, and came home with the following awards:
Best of Breed and Best of Variety - White Rock Hen
Reserve of Variety - White Rock Hen
Best of Variety - Silver Penciled Rock Cockerel
Reserve of Variety - Silver Penciled Rock Pullet
Best of Variety - Buff Rock Pullet
Reserve of Variety - Buff Rock Pullet
Reserve of Variety - Columbian Rock Cock Bird
Reserve of Breed and Best of Variety - Barred Rock Hen
Reserve of Variety- Barred Rock Pullet
Best of Variety - Partridge Rock Pullet
Reserve of Variety - Partridge Rock Pullet
Exhibitors sponsored by Precision Plymouth Rocks Inc. also came home with the following awards:
John Sanders: Champion Mediterranean - Black Leghorn
Megan Anderson: Best of Variety – Silver Laced Wyandotte
Reserve of Variety – Silver Laced Wyandotte
Aiden Morden: Junior Champion English – Red Dorking Hen
Bryce Hunter: Junior Reserve Feather Legged – Bantam Buff Cochin Hen
Skyler Laskey: Junior Champion – Silver Penciled Rock Cock Bird
Junior Reserve Champion - Partridge Rock Cockerel
We’d like to give an extra special acknowledgement to Skyler, who won his third consecutive Junior Champion title at this show, in his last year as a junior. Best of luck to him as he moves forward next year as a senior competitor.
On January 16th we competed at the Norfolk Poultry, Pigeon & Pet Stock Association show in Simcoe. Precision Plymouth Rocks Inc. sponsored exhibitor John Sanders repeated his performance last weekend and took home Champion Mediterranean with a Black Leghorn. While Megan Anderson, also sponsored by Precision Plymouth Rocks Inc., came home with Reserve of Variety – Silver Laced Wyandotte.
We’d like to extend a special congratulations to our good friend Dick Nieuwland who took home Champion American, with a Barred Rock
Our next show is the Brant County Poultry, Pigeon & Rabbit Association show, which is held in March in Paris Ontario. Until then, we’ll be focusing on hatching the next generation of Precision Plymouth Rocks!