Perfect Storm Goat Sale and Show Clinic

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Overall Reserve Grand Champion Wether 2012 Illinois State Fair Open Show Shown by Evie Gates

Are you looking for more information on our complete line of goat minerals and supplements? Consider attending the Perfect Storm Goat Sale and Show Clinic to learn more about nutrition, fitting and preparing for the showing.

Date: April 6, 2013

Location: Sale held at the Hillside Stock Farm Sale Pavilion, 5611 W 8000 S Rd. Chebanse, IL – 3 1/2 miles west of Chebanse, IL.  Off of I-57, Exit 302

Friday night preview, 3pm til 10pm
8AM Preview
10AM Feeding Seminar presented by Mark Wellman of BioZyme. Presentation includes Sure Champ and VitaFerm mineral.
11AM Wether Fitting & Showing Seminar presented by Evie Gates, of Platinum Boers, OK.
1PM Sale Time
Also on hand all day will be the following vendors:
Feed-N-Time Feeds
Pro-Fit Show Supply
Vision Livestock Equipment
Girly Girl Designs Jewelry
2013 Consigners:
Hillside Stock Farm  Chebanse, IL
Walker Windy Hill Farm  Kewanee, IL
Hackberry Hill Boer Goats Colfax, IL
MCK Boer Goats  Ashkum, IL
Runway Boer Goats  Quincy, IL
Hankes Livestock  Cropsey, IL
Land of Lincoln Boer Goats  Grant Park, IL
Namchick Farms Boer Goats  Braceville, IL
Spring Creek Farms  Lexington, IL
Orchard Hill Farms  West Liberty, OH
Wetherell Farm Boer Goats  Tolono, IL
Platinum Boers  Vinita, OK
Whispering Meadows
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