18 May 2019
In view of recent phone calls from breeders, the TBC Race will be moved back to Sunday December 1st – Shipping Saturday November 30th.
The race date is moving back a month so TBC can accept birds up to a later date of 15 July 2019.
So, if you wanted to send birds but got a late start breeding – TBC will be accepting birds up to 15 July 2019.
28 March 2019
The vND (Virulent Newcastle Disease) quarantine DOES NOT affect the TBC race. Sonoma County is NOT in the quarantine zone. The quarantine zone is more than 400 miles away.
11 March 2019
Because of the extended cold weather in many parts of the country –
TBC has extended the date to receive birds to June 15th.
13 February 2019
Thanks for joing this years’ race.
You can use PayPal for your payment but you MUST select “Family and Friends“. Otherwise there is a percentage deducted by PayPal from your submission which makes your entry short of the required amount.
When using PayPal, please use Mike Garrett’s e-mail: email@example.com
04 February 2019
Birds Are Now Arriving!
There Are Only 30 Spots Left!
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10 January 2019
The 2019 Top Breeder Challenge Is Taking Reservations For The Second Annual Race:
TO BE FLOWN ON 26 OCTOBER 2019
2 BIRD LIMIT WITH ONE BACKUP (NO PERCH FEE ON BACKUP)
PLEASE CONTACT MIKE CAMBRA DIRECTLY VIA PHONE 707.291.7217
10 January 2019
2019 Top Breeder Challenge
Is Now Open For New Breeder Registration
PLEASE CLICK ON “TOP BREEDER CHALLENGE” ON THE MENU AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE FOR ALL THE INFORMATION AND NEW RULES – NEW RACE COURSE FOR TOP BREEDER CHALLENGE 2019
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