Garfield Farm sets rare breeds show

By on May 14, 2009

Garfield Farm Museum will hold its annual Rare Breeds Livestock and Poultry Show and Sale on Sunday, May 17, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Breeders are invited to exhibit their animals at the museum with a chance to meet other breeders and prospective buyers. Pens, water and bedding are provided by the museum; just bring feed and any information, displays, products, demonstrations or lectures related to the breeds being shown. There are no registration fee for exhibitors.

In addition to seeing the animals, visitors and exhibitors can tour the 1846 Teamster Inn and Tavern, watch demonstrations of sheep shearing, wool spinning, or enjoy refreshments from Inglenook Pantry. Garfield Farm Museum is five miles west of Geneva, off of Route 38 on Garfield Road.

Call (630) 584-8485 or e-mail

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