Posted by: jsuz2000 | March 13, 2017

Bulletin March 2016

PEIPPFA BULLETIN

Executive Committee

Leif Taylor, Searletown – President

James Butler, Alliston – Vice President

Jeremy Ludyka, Cornwall – Interim Secretary

Stephen Webster, Tarantum – Treasurer

Volume 34 Number 9 March, 2017

WINTER SHOW RESULTS

S T A N D A R D S: PLYMOUTH ROCK: 1-BOB-2,3h Rodney Clow. RHODE ISLAND RED: 1-BOB-h C S Poultry. JERSEY GIANT: 1-BOB-h Trevor MacDonald. ORPINGTON: 1c, 1-BOB-h Steve Webster. SUSSEX: 1-BOB-3h R. Clow; 2h C S Poultry. HAMBURG: 1,2c, 1-BOB-2h T. MacDonald. MODERN GAME: 1c, 1-BOB-h T. MacDonald. B A N T A M S: MODERN GAME: 1c, 1-BOB-2h Jim Brimicombe. OLD ENGLISH GAME: 1c J. Brimicombe; 1-BOB-2,3,4h Forestbrook Farm. WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCK: 1-BOB-c, 1h J. Brimicombe; 2c, 4h T. MacDonald; 3c, 2h Noah Taylor; 4c, 3h S, Webster. A.O.V. PLYMOUTH ROCK: 1c, 1h J. Brimicombe. S.C. RHODE ISLAND RED: 1c, 4h T. MacDonald; 2,4c, 1-BOB-2,3h R. Clow; 3c Leif Taylor. SILVER SPANGLED HAMBURG: 1c, 1-BOB-h T. MacDonald; 2,3c, 3,4h Will Trainor; 2h Stephen Oulton. SEBRIGHT: 1c, 1-BOB-h Forestbrook Farm. BLACK WYANDOTTE: 1.2c, 1,2h J. Butler. PARTRIDGE WYANDOTTE: 1c, 3h C S Poutry; 2c, 2h J. Butler; 3,4c R. Clow; 1,4h S. Webster. SILVER LACED WYANDOTTE: 1c C S Poultry; 1-BOB-2h J.Butler. A.O.V. WYANDOTTE: 1,3,4c, 1,2,3,4h C S Poultry; 2c J. Butler. CORNISH: 1c, 1-BOB-h J. Brimicombe. MALAY: 1-BOB-c T. MacDonald. MADAGASCAR GAME: 1c, 1-BOB-h J. Brimicombe. SALMON FAVEOLLE: 1,2c, 1-BOB-2h S. Webster. D U C K S: ROUEN: 1-BOB-m C S Poultry. GREY INDIAN RUNNER: 1,2,3,4f N. Taylor. A.O.V. INDIAN RUNNER: 1-BOB-2,3m Forestbrook Farm. GREY CALL: 1,2,3,4m, 1-BOB-2,3f N. Taylor; 4f C S Poultry. WHITE CALL: 1,3m, 1,2,4f L. Taylor; 2m, 3f Owen Pearce. BLACK EAST INDIE: 1-BOB-2,3m, 1,2,3f L. Taylor; 4m, 4f W. Trainor. GREY MALLARD: 1m, 1-BOB-f Blaine Taylor; 2m, 2f N. Taylor. G E E S E: PILGRIM: 1-BOB-2f N. Taylor. CHINESE: 1-BOB-m L. Taylor; 2m B. Taylor. EGYPTIAN: 1m, 1-BOB-f Jeremy Ludyka. EASTERN CANADA: 1-BOB-m, 1f B. Taylor. CACKLING CANADA: 1-BOB-m, 1f B. Taylor. GREYLAG: 1-BOB-m, 1f B. Taylor. P I G E O N S: AMERICAN SHOW RACER: 1-BOB-c, 1h S. Oulton. GERMAN BEAUTY HOMER: 1-BOB-c, 1h S. Oulton. ICE PIGEON: 1-BOB-c T. MacDonald. MODENA: 1-BOB-c, 1h S. Oulton. PORTUGUESE TUMBLER: 1,2c, 1-BOB-2h S. Oulton. RACING HOMER: 1-BOB-3c, 1,3h S. Oulton 2c, 2h T. MacDonald. RUNT: 1-BOB-c Forestbrook Farm. SHOW TYPE HOMER: 1c, 1-BOB-h T. MacDonald. WEST OF ENGLAND TUMBLER: 1-BOB-c, 1h S. Oulton. DOVE: 1-BOB-c, 1h J. Ludyka. G U I N E A F O W L: ANY VARIETY: 1-BOB-c, 1,2h B. Taylor.

CHAMPIONS

Champion Standard – Silver Spangled Hamburg hen – T. MacDonald

Reserve Standard – Black Jersey Giant hen – T. MacDonald

Champion Bantam – Silver Laced Wyandotte hen – J. Butler (GRAND CHAMPION)

Reserve Bantam – White Plymouth Rock cock – J. Brimicombe

Champion Duck – White Indian Runner drake – Forestbrook Farm

 

Reserve Duck – Grey Call duck – N. Taylor

Champion Goose – Brown Chinese gander – L. Taylor

Reserve Goose – Coloured Egyptian goose – J. Ludyka

Champion Pigeon – Red Portuguese Tumbler hen – S. Oulton

Reserve Pigeon – Blue Bar Racing Homer cock – S. Oulton

Champion Junior Exhibit – Grey Call duck – N. Taylor

Judge – Alan Hamilton (Chickens, Waterfowl, & Guineas) & Brian MacInnis (Pigeons)

Number of birds shown – 170

 

BUTTON QUAIL

(Sally Huntington & Alan Blanchard)

HISTORY

Also know as King Quail (in Australia) and/or Chinese Painted Quail.

Name “button” probably because chicks are size of a button.

Can be found in all parts of the world.

Have been kept for hundreds of years, once even used in Asia for “cock fighting”.

BEHAVIOR

Terrestrial birds, ground dwelling, feet can not perch.

Flight limited to quick bursts (striaght up, with wings flapping) when freightened. Runs for cover upon landding. In small cages, they can seriously hurt their head. Best transported in paper bags or padded ceiling in cages.

Lays on side to sunbathe.

Baths is dirt (or seed) not water. Can easily drown in “deep” water dishes. Chicks especially drown easily.

Are generally territorial, but need one companion.

Cocks will emit a low growl sound, 5-7 seconds in length at about 40 decibels, followed by 5-10 crows at about 70 decibels.

Buttons do not like to be alone. Cocks will do non-stop crowing when alone.

Hen makes a soft “peep peep” sound used to call chicks.

DIET

Scavengers: seed, small insects, egg food, grit, cuttle bone, millet.

Fresh water; very shallow dishes (so chicks won’t drown) or water bottles.

HOUSING

Usually one pair per aviary flight.

Introduce both birds into flight at the same time, to reduce fighting.

Dry ground, sand, hay (wire cage bottoms are too hard on their feet and cannot be tolerated).

 

NOTES OF INTEREST

-Dates:

March 15 – Deadline for listings for the Maritime Fanciers Directory

April 3– ANNUAL MEETING (Atlantic Vet College, Charlottetown. 7:00). Use main entrance.

May 6– Valley Fanciers Spring Show (Windsor, NS)

May 20 – 32nd Annual P.E.I. Spring Show (Borden-Carleton)

June 4 – Greater Moncton Fur & Feather Club Buy-Sell-Trade Day (Petitcodiac, NB)

July 28 – Northumberland Fisheries Festival Poultry Show (Murray River)

July 29 – Crapaud Exhibition (Crapaud)

August 13-16 – P.E.I. Provincial Exhibition Poultry Show (Charlottetown)

August 25-27 – P.E.I. Plowing Match & Agricultural Fair (Dundas)

September 1-2 – Egmont Bay-Mont Carmel Exhibition (Abram’s Village)

September 10 – Eastern Kings Exhibiton (Souris)

September 23-24 – New Brunswick Fall Show (Petitcodiac)

October 14-15 – Nova Scotia Fall Classic (Middle Musquodoboit)

November 12 – 89th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Poultry Show (Toronto)

-PLEASE NOTE THE EARLY START TIME FOR THE ANNUAL MEETING NEXT MONTH. THE MEETING WILL START AT 7:00 PM.

-CLUB ITEMS FOR SALE: T-shirts – $13.00 and Crests – $4.00. Contact the secretary for items.

-There are still some Spring Show awards needing sponsors. If you are interested in sponsoring an award, contact the secretary. They cost $20 each.

-Note that it is once again that time of the year to renew your membership. Please do so soon.

-There was an error in the last newsletter regarding the date of the Greater Mocton Buy-Sell. It was listed as June 3 which is a Saturday. It should be June 4. The correct date is published this month.

-The Department of Agriculture is looking to go to electronic delivery of out club newsletter. Please forward your email to the editor so that this change can be made. Those without email will still be able to receive their newsletter by regular mail. PLEASE FORWARD YOUR EMAIL ASAP.

-Unfortunately, after just one year of operation, the Atlantic Agricultural Fall Fair in Halifax will not operate in 2017. According to Board Chairman Dave Logie, the attendance numbers did not come up to what was needed. The final day of the fair, Thanksgiving Monday, was a disastrous day with pouring rain and high winds; that certainly did not help.

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL FORM

If you are unable to attend the Annual Meeting and wish to renew your membership, simply fill out this form and mail it to the secretary with the proper funds enclosed.

Name ____________________________________________________

Address __________________________________________________

Type of membership: _____ Senior ($10.00)

_____ Junior (No charge) Under 18

Make cheques payable to: P.E.I. Purebred Poultry (Fanciers) Association

Mail to: Jeremy Ludyka, 194 Cornwall Rd., Cornwall, P.E.I. C0A 1H4

Posted by: jsuz2000 | January 25, 2017

February 2017 Bulletin

PEIPPFA BULLETIN

Executive Committee

Leif Taylor, Searletown – President

James Butler, Alliston – Vice President

Jeremy Ludyka, Cornwall – Interim Secretary

Stephen Webster, Tarantum – Treasurer

Volume 34 Number 8 February, 2017

WINTER SHOW

Our fifteenth annual Winter Show is scheduled for March 4. There will be classes for Standards, Bantams, Ducks, Geese, and Pigeons. The entry form is enclosed with this month’s newsletter.

Date: Saturday, March 4, 2017 (Storm date: Sunday, March 5)

Location: Carpernters Inc., 12 Park Rd., Kensington

Arrival: Before 9:30 A.M.

Departure: After judging is completed and awards are presented.

Entry fee: $1.00 per entry. Fees to be sent with entry. Note that lunch is not being provided this year. There are several dining establishments in Kensington for everyone to go to.

Birds will be placed from first to fourth. A Best of Breed will be selected in each breed. Ribbons will be available upon request.

Trophies will be awarded for Champion and Reserve Standard, Bantam, Duck, Goose, and Pigeon. Trophies will also be awarded for the Grand Champion of the Show and the Champion Junior Exhibit.

Entries close February 22, 2017.

Send all entries to: Jeremy Ludyka, 194 Cornwall Rd., Cornwall, P.E.I. C0A 1H4

Exhibitors of chickens are encouraged to have had their birds vaccinated for ILT.

Birds will be left in their carrying boxes until they are called to be judged. After the class is judged, birds will return to their boxes.

Colours will be judged together unless there are four or more of a recognized colour shown. In this case, a colour class will be made.

A 50/50 draw will take place during the day.

 

Judge – Alan Hamilton. Additional judges may be added if necessary.

 

NOTES OF INTEREST

-Dates:

February 18 – 1st Annual Atlantic Canada Pigeon Young Bird Show (Saint John, NB)

February 22 – Entries close for P.E.I. Winter Show

March 4 – 15th Annual P.E.I. Winter Show (Kensington)

March 4 – NEXT MEETING (At the Winter Show, afternoon)

March 15 – Closing date for Maritime Fanciers Directory listings

April 1 – Annual Meeting (Charlottetown)

May 6 – Valley Fanciers Spring Show (Windsor, NS)

May 20 – 32nd Annual P.E.I. Spring Show (Borden-Carleton)

June 3 – Greater Moncton Fur & Feather Club Buy-Sell-Trade Day (Petitcodiac, NB)

July 28 – Northumberland Fisheries Festival Poultry Show (Murray River)

July 29 – Crapaud Exhibition (Crapaud)

August 13-16 – P.E.I. Provincial Exhibition Poultry Show (Charlottetown)

August 25-27 – P.E.I. Plowing Match & Agricultural Fair (Dundas)

September 1-2 – Egmont Bay-Mont Carmel Exhibition (Abram’s Village)

September 10 – Eastern Kings Exhibition Livestock Show (Souris)

September 23-24 – New Brunswick Fall Show (Petitcodiac)

October 14-15 – Nova Scotia Fall Classic (Mddle Misquodoboit)

November 12 – 89th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Poultry Show (Toronto)

-CLUB ITEMS FOR SALE: T-shirts – $13.00 and Crests – $4.00. Contact the secretary for items.

-Please note that the March meeting will take place at the Winter Show.

-The location of the Winter Show is in the Industrial Park in Kensington. It is located across from the Kubota dealer and the vet clinic.

-The annual campaign for Spring Show awards is in this month’s newsletter. If you would like to donate money for a show award(s), please send it to the secretary.

-If you would like to donate a special prize (cash or trophy) at the Spring Show, please let the secretary know. These are in addition to the awards mentioned above.

-Listings for the 2017 Maritime Fanciers Directory are now being accepted. If you would like to list in this year’s book, please contact Trevor MacDonald. Deadline is March 15.

-There will no be poultry show at the Westorland County Fair in Petitcodiac this year. The fair board decided to return to a display instead.

 

-The Department of Agriculture is looking to go to electronic delivery of our club newsletter. Please forward your email address to the editor so that this change can be made. I already have many of them. Those without email will still be able to receive their newsletter by regular mail.

SPRING SHOW AWARDS

If you would like to donate an award (or awards) at the Spring Show, please indicate which one(s) you would like to donate. Send this memo to the secretary as soon as you would like. The awards cost $20 each.

I would like to donate funds for the following award(s):

_____ Grand Champion _____ Champion Pigeon

_____ Reserve Grand Champion _____ Reserve Pigeon

_____ Champion Standard _____ Champion Game Fowl

_____ Reserve Standard _____ Reserve Game Fowl

_____ Champion Bantam _____ Champion Junior Standard

_____ Reserve Bantam _____ Champion Junior Bantam

_____ Champion Goose _____ Champion Junior Waterfowl

_____ Reserve Goose _____ Champion Junior Pigeon

_____ Champion Duck _____ Does Not Matter

_____ Reserve Duck

_____ Champion Turkey

_____ Reserve Turkey

Makes cheques payable to: P.E.I. Purebred Poultry (Fanciers) Association.

Send to: Jeremy Ludyka, 194 Cornwall Rd., Cornwall, P.E.I. C0A 1H4

 

PLAN TO ATTEND THE WINTER SHOW – MARCH 4

PAST REFLECTIONS

Editors’s note: Following are the champion winners from the 2003 Winter Show. Garth Taylor judged the chickens. Steve Webster judged the ducks and pigeons.

Champion Standard – R.C. Light Brown Leghorn Cock – Trevor MacDonald

Reserve Standard – Black Australorp Cock – Steve Webster

Champion Bantam – Black Cochin Cock – James Butler

Reserve Bantam – Black Wyandotte Cock – James Butler

Champion Duck – White Call Duck – Leif Taylor (Grand Champion)

Reserve Duck – White Call Drake – Leif Taylor

Champion Pigeon – Blue Bar Racing Homer Hen – Willy Delodder

Reserve Pigeon – Black Medium-Faced Helmet Cock – Trevor MacDonald

Champion Junior Exhibit – Black Rosecomb Hen – Jon Dingwell

CLOSING COMMENTS

I am hearing reports of incubators up and running. Yes, it is that time of the year when breeders anticipate the new crop of young birds. We never know what is going to lay or what pens will produce those potential winners. So far it has not been too harsh of a winter for our prized stock. Hopefully we can say that in another month or so as well.

Don’t forget to get your Winter Show entries in on time. See you there on March 4.

Trevor MacDonald,

Editor

Posted by: jsuz2000 | January 7, 2017

January 2017 Bulletin

Volume 34 Number 7 January, 2017

A LOOK BACK AT 2016

Editor’s note: Once again, the past year has been an event-filled one in the life of our association and the fancy in general. Here is a brief look back at what took place.

In January, things were very quiet. Some members were busy getting breeding pens set up and getting those first eggs in the incubator. Jeremy Ludyka and Trevor MacDonald attended the Sarnia Poultry, Pigoen & Pet Stock Association Show in Ontario and did well; Jeremy came away with Reserve Waterfowl on an Egyptian.

In February, hatching had started for some people.

March was the start of the show season on the Island with the 14h annual Winter Show, held in Kensington. There were 169 birds shown which was the same as the year before. The show was delayed a day due to impending poor weather on the Saturday. Otherwise, the show would have been larger as some exhibitors could not make it on the alternate date. The grand champion was a Grey Call duck shown by Noah Taylor. The judge was Brian MacInnis. Mark Camilleri was confirmed as the judge for Old Home Week. It was decided to offer money prizes to champions and reserves in the junior classes at the Spring Show.

The annual meeting and the Bantam & Pigeon Show were held in Murray River on April 2. Entries were down. There were 83 bird s shown. Judge Steve Webster chose a White Plymouth Rock hen as grand champion. The winning entry was exhibited by Trevor MacDonald. The association ended the year in sound financial shape and had 61 members on the list. The election of officers returned the prvious slate for another year. The annual meeting marked the 40th anniversary of the association. It was agreed that the annual meeting in 2017 would return to an evening meeting in Charlottetown. The Bantam & Pigeon Show was still planned on being held on the first Saturday in April.

The association hosted its 31st annual Spring Show in May. Entries were up with 483 shown. Merle Watson of Nova Scotia had the grand champion on a White Wyandotte bantam cock. Danny Padgett of Florida judged the show. Earlier in the month, several members showed at the Valley Fanciers Spring Show in Windsor, NS. Trevor MacDonald took grand champion with a Black Wyandotte bantam cock. A number of other top awards were won by club members there. The provincial government informed the association that it would no longer be involved in the ILT program, thus ending the 40 year program. However, funding would be available to provide the service through a veterinarian for this year. Representatives of the association met with government and were able to work out an arrangement for this year. The concern was that Island members would not be able to show in New Brunswick without proper paperwork. Martin Smith passed away at the age of 49.

The annual Spring I.L.T. vaccination took place in June with Jill Wood conducting the work. It was anounced that the Nova Scotia Fall Classic would not be held in Truro on a different weekend than was originally planned; it was one weekend earlier. Brian MacInnis was nominated to judge the show at Crapaud Exhibition. Jamie Matts in New York was contacted to see about judging the 2017 Spring Show. He expressed an interest in coming.

As usual, the summer fair season got underway in July. The Northumberland Fisheries Festival show was held in Murray River on the 30th with Steve Webster judging. It was one of the largest shows ever held at Northumberland. The grand champion was a White Plymouth Rock Bantam cock shown by Trevor MacDonald. On the following day, judge Brian MacInnis awarded top honours at the Crapaud Exhibition show to a White Wyandotte bantam cock shown by Gordon Murphy. It was announced that the poultry show at the Royal Winter Fair would be a one-day show this year.

The summer’s two largest Island fairs were held in August. At Old Home Week, the number of entries was much higher than anticipated. As a result, some exhibitors did not get their entries in. Over 600 birds were entered. Andrew Greene from Nova Scotia took the grand champion title with a White Plymouth Rock bantam pullet. The Dundas Fair had a full barn over the three days of the fair. George Piers was booked to judge the poultry and waterfowl, but had to withdraw due to an appointment. He was replaced by Steve Webster. Garth Taylor judged the pigeons. They selected an Embden gander shown by Jack Blaisdell as grand champion. Early in August, two member showed at the Westmorland County Fair in New Brunswick. Will Trainor took Champion Pigeon and Champion Junior Pigeon as well as Reserve Junior Pigeon. Trevor MacDonald picked up Reserve Standard and Reserve Pigeon.

September brought the fair season to an end and saw the beginning of the fall shows. The Egmont Bay-Mont Camel Exhibition was held on Labour Day weekend. The judge was Garth Taylor who picked a White Hamburg cock as grand champion. It was shown by Trevor MacDonald. The first-ever Quebec Poultry Classic was held in Ormstown on September 3. Jeremy Ludyka and Trevor MacDonald exhibited. Jeremy won Champion Standard on a White Wyandotte hen and Reserve Waterfowl on an Egyptian gander. Trevor had Champion Continental on a White Hamburg hen. The Pictou County-North Colchester Exhibition in Nova Scotia saw two Island exhibitors showing. Gordon Murphy had Best Gander, Best Goose and Best Standard Trio. Trevor MacDonald had several good placings. The Eastern Kings Exhibition was the last Island show for the season. Trevor MacDonald took the Grand Champion title with a White Hamburg hen. Scott Mitchell judged the show. Trevor MacDonald exhibited at the Hants County Exhibition in Windsor, N.S.m where he won Champion Standard – Black Jersey Giant hen, Reserve Standard – Silver Spangled Hamburg hen, Champion Bantam – White Plymouth Rock cock and Champion Pigeon – Flying Roller cock. The Plymouth Rock went on to be Grand Champion of the Show. The N.B. Fall Show was held in Petitcodiac with Island members taking several top awards. At the September meeting, it was agreed to ask Old Home Week to place a limit of 50 birds per farm. This was in response to some exhibitors not getting entries in at this year`s show. Trevor MacDonald announced that he was stepping down as secretary after thity-and-a-half years citing recent developments. Jeremy Ludyka was named as interim secretary.

 

The end of the local show season came in October with the 41st annual N.S. Fall Classic. Island members did well once again, including Gordon Murphy winning Champion Goose on a Brown Chinese and Jeremy Ludyka winning Reserve Goose on a Grey Toulouse. Following an absence of a year, a fall fair returned to Halifax. Although there was no poultry show, a poultry display was a part of the agriculture show

The Royal Winter Fair Poultry Show was held on November 13, the last day of the fair. Numbers were up some from the previous year. Club members once again showed at the Royal and did well. Trevor MacDonald judged standards and Steve Webster judged pigeons at this year`s Royal. A number of new birds made their way back to the Island as a result of the trip. There was no fall ILT work done this year.

The December meeting was held on the 5th with a good attendance. It was announced that Jamie Matts would be too expensive to bring in to judge the Spring Show. Paul Kroll was contacted and will come. There was some interest in having a fall show in 2017. It was announced that the Bantam & Pigeon Show would not be held next April.

NOTES OF INTEREST

-Dates:

March ? – NEXT MEETING (At the Winter Show, Kensington)

March ? – 15th Annual P.E.I. Winter Show (Kensington)

March 15 – Deadline for Maritime Fanciers Directory listing

April 3 – Annual Meeting (Charlottetown)

May 6 – Valley Fanciers Spring Show (Windsor, NS)

May 20 – 32nd Annual P.E.I. Spring Show (Borden-Carleton)

-CLUB ITEMS FOR SALE: T-shirts – $13.00; Crests – $4.00. Contact the secretary for items.

-Cash Draw tickets will soon be available. This is an important fund-raiser. Please support it.

-WANTED: Silkies. Contact Blaine Taylor, Burlington 836-3421. 01-17

-Apparently there was an error in the last newsletter with the listing of the date of the Winter Show. After the newsletter came out, it was brought to my attention that the date of March 4 was not the confirmed date. A date will be advertsied when it is confirmed.

 

Happy New Year!

TERRIFIC FACTS ABOUT TURKEYS

Live Science

Editor’s note: Several months ago, I included some of this information. This is a continuation of that same material.

1. As many hunters know, a turkey has excellent vision. Because its eyes are on the side of its head, they turkey has periscopic vision, which allows it to see objects that are not in its direct line of vision. By rotating its head, the turkey has a 360-degree field of vision, acording to James G. Dickson’s “The Wild Turkey: Biology and Management” (Stackpole Books, 1992).

2. When a turkey becomes frightened, agitated, excited or ill, the exposed skin on its head and neck can change from its usual pale pink or bluish gray color to red, white, or blue. And during mating season, the male turkey’s wattle turns sarlet to reflects its elevated sex hormome levels. The fleshy flap of skin that hangs over the gobbler’s neak is called a snood and also turns bright red when the bird is excited.

CLOSING COMMENTS

Well, it has been quite a year. I had the opportunity to show at the Sarnia show again in Janary which was a good time. I also was pleased to be asked to judge the junior show there. I really enjoyed judging the exhibition at Trois Rivieres, Quebec, in July. And I finished off the show year with the honour of judging at the Royal Winter Fair.

Not everything was rosey this past year. I will not harp on those however. I like to think that there were more good things than bad.

Trevor MacDonald,

Editor

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