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Gary Docherty
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The entries for the young stock show are to be in for this Monday for the show on Saturday the 14th May .

Lets give this show a good entry and start the show season off as we mean to go on :D

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Gary Docherty

http//dochertybudgerigars.webs.com


May 4, 2011 at 4:27 AM Flag Quote & Reply

william peacock
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Hi Gary, Yes it would be great if the Kingdom of Fife enjoyed a healthy entry,however when considering the costs entailed petrol entry fees, etc it could be an expensive outing for basically a young bird show albeit two year olds.Fine for the locals and even the Edinburgh lads,from here it's 180miles round trip,the answer might be car sharing,and that might be the only way the main shows will survive come the show season.Also I feel there's quite a bit of apathy  nowadays,take this forum for instance 66 members plus a great many who veiw it though not registered and if half a dozen occassionally submit commentsover a period of time you'd be lucky. Another gripe while I'm at it.Come 2012 the Club show reverts back to November,considering the weather these last two years could be a hazard for the loyal Scottish fanciers especially way up north! however enough moaning, best regards to all.

Willie P.   

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May 6, 2011 at 11:18 AM Flag Quote & Reply

allan fairgrieve
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william peacock at May 6, 2011 at 11:18 AM

Hi Gary, Yes it would be great if the Kingdom of Fife enjoyed a healthy entry,however when considering the costs entailed petrol entry fees, etc it could be an expensive outing for basically a young bird show albeit two year olds.Fine for the locals and even the Edinburgh lads,from here it's 180miles round trip,the answer might be car sharing,and that might be the only way the main shows will survive come the show season.Also I feel there's quite a bit of apathy  nowadays,take this forum for instance 66 members plus a great many who veiw it though not registered and if half a dozen occassionally submit commentsover a period of time you'd be lucky. Another gripe while I'm at it.Come 2012 the Club show reverts back to November,considering the weather these last two years could be a hazard for the loyal Scottish fanciers especially way up north! however enough moaning, best regards to all.

Willie P.   

Maybe I missed it ,dont see it advertised

May 6, 2011 at 5:37 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Gary Docherty
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Posts: 146

allan fairgrieve at May 6, 2011 at 5:37 PM

william peacock at May 6, 2011 at 11:18 AM

Hi Gary, Yes it would be great if the Kingdom of Fife enjoyed a healthy entry,however when considering the costs entailed petrol entry fees, etc it could be an expensive outing for basically a young bird show albeit two year olds.Fine for the locals and even the Edinburgh lads,from here it's 180miles round trip,the answer might be car sharing,and that might be the only way the main shows will survive come the show season.Also I feel there's quite a bit of apathy  nowadays,take this forum for instance 66 members plus a great many who veiw it though not registered and if half a dozen occassionally submit commentsover a period of time you'd be lucky. Another gripe while I'm at it.Come 2012 the Club show reverts back to November,considering the weather these last two years could be a hazard for the loyal Scottish fanciers especially way up north! however enough moaning, best regards to all.

Willie P.   

Maybe I missed it ,dont see it advertised

Allan i ve not seen it advertised either i only know about the show as i recieved a schedule as i was at the show last year .I know you probably wont be able to make it as its on a Saturday but here are the details-KINGDDOM OF FIFE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

                                                           2010 RUNG BIRDS

                                                    SATURDAY 14TH MAY 2011

                                                                 PHILP HALL

                                                                  KIRKCALDY

Birds accepted from 7.30 till 10.00 am and the hall opens to the public from 1.30pm to 3.30pm

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Gary Docherty

http//dochertybudgerigars.webs.com


May 7, 2011 at 5:08 AM Flag Quote & Reply

william peacock
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Posts: 180

Gary Docherty at May 7, 2011 at 5:08 AM

allan fairgrieve at May 6, 2011 at 5:37 PM

william peacock at May 6, 2011 at 11:18 AM

Hi Gary, Yes it would be great if the Kingdom of Fife enjoyed a healthy entry,however when considering the costs entailed petrol entry fees, etc it could be an expensive outing for basically a young bird show albeit two year olds.Fine for the locals and even the Edinburgh lads,from here it's 180miles round trip,the answer might be car sharing,and that might be the only way the main shows will survive come the show season.Also I feel there's quite a bit of apathy  nowadays,take this forum for instance 66 members plus a great many who veiw it though not registered and if half a dozen occassionally submit commentsover a period of time you'd be lucky. Another gripe while I'm at it.Come 2012 the Club show reverts back to November,considering the weather these last two years could be a hazard for the loyal Scottish fanciers especially way up north! however enough moaning, best regards to all.

Willie P.   

Maybe I missed it ,dont see it advertised

Allan i ve not seen it advertised either i only know about the show as i recieved a schedule as i was at the show last year .I know you probably wont be able to make it as its on a Saturday but here are the details-KINGDDOM OF FIFE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY

                                                           2010 RUNG BIRDS

                                                    SATURDAY 14TH MAY 2011

                                                                 PHILP HALL

                                                                  KIRKCALDY

Birds accepted from 7.30 till 10.00 am and the hall opens to the public from 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Hi Gary How did you fare at the Kingdom of Fife Show? Perhaps you could depict the best of colours etc. Regards Willie P.

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May 16, 2011 at 12:05 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Gary Docherty
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Posts: 146

Hi Wille thought i would have seen you there it was a very good show and they got a benched entry of 245

 

BIS Davy Fisher

BOS Findlay&Flavell

BEST O/A CHAMP/INTER D Burnett

BEST O/A NOV/BEG R Napier

 

CCs

 

NORMAL GREEN A Guthrie

 

NORMAL BLUE D Burnett

 

GREY GREEN D Fisher

 

GREY Quigley&Watson

 

OPALINE GREEN Quigley&Watson

 

OPALINE BLUE R Wilson

 

CINNAMON D Fisher

 

OPALINE CINNAMON D Burnett

 

LUTINO J Seymour

 

ALBINO D Fisher

 

YELLOW WING E Newall

 

WHITE WING W Orr

 

CRESTED A Brown

 

SPANGLE D Burnett

 

DOMINANT PIED I&M Yeats

 

RECESSIVE PIED Findlay&Flavell

 

YELLOWFACE D Fisher

 

ANY OTHER COLOUR Quigley&Watson


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Gary Docherty

http//dochertybudgerigars.webs.com


May 16, 2011 at 2:14 PM Flag Quote & Reply

william peacock
Member
Posts: 180

Thanks for prompt reply Gary, sounds like a good show, well done to David, and the leading entrants. Regards Willie P.  

May 16, 2011 at 5:38 PM Flag Quote & Reply

steviewing
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Posts: 12

just a quick update for kingdom of fife our next club meeting is on tuesday the 13th march at the philp hall in kirkcaldy there is a new sart time of 7oclock we will also be holding a nest feather show we are open to new members young and old please feel free to pop along.

March 9, 2012 at 8:49 AM Flag Quote & Reply

steviewing
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Posts: 12

just to let ever one know that i will be updating on here on a regular basis for the kingdom of fife 

March 9, 2012 at 8:50 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Gary Docherty
Member
Posts: 146
Hope everyone is looking forward to the show in a couple of weeks hope it gets well supported as I think its a great well run show and it seems so long since last years show season. I have managed to get the Saturday off so I'll be there might be the only Saturday show I'll manage to get to this year as there getting harder to get off in my work but hope to make as many Sunday shows as possible as long as the birds are OK. Gary
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Gary Docherty

http//dochertybudgerigars.webs.com


May 7, 2012 at 10:28 AM Flag Quote & Reply

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