Nova Scotia Poultry Association

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Nova Scotia Poultry Association

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The Nova Scotia Poultry Association was established on 13 May 1913. Comprised of a president, vice-president and executive committee of five delegates representing regional poultry clubs, it offered poultry farmers across Nova Scotia a forum in which to discuss issues such as poultry population welfare, breeding standards, and egg prices. Meetings were held across the province, including the Annapolis Valley and at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in Bible Hill.


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