The Shirley Village Archive

Derby Daily Telegraph - 12 June 1931 (Document)

SALES BY AUCTION
By W. S. BAGSHAW & SONS.
SHIRLEY POULTRY FARM, Near ASHBOURNE.
Three and a half miles from Ashbourne (on the main road to Derby), and an excellent 'bus service passes the place of sale.
W. S. BAGSHAW & SONS.
have received instructions from Mrs. F. E. Pickles (who is giving up Poultry farming and leaving the district) to Sell by Auction, entirely without reserve, on
Wednesday next, June 17th,
The whole of her Valuable Pure-bred Utility Poultry and Modern Poultry Appliances, comprising:—
300 WHITE WYANDOTTES.
Viz:— 140 pullets (1930), 25 hens (1929), 3 stock cockerals (1930), 50 February-hatched Pullets (1931), 82 March and April-hatched Chickens.
POULTRY APPLIANCES.
Include.— Intensive Sectional House with a ¾ span roof, Vita glass windows, dropping board, etc., by Walton. 21ft. x 10ft.; Sectional house, 10ft. 6ins. x 8ft.; 6 wood sectional houses, 7ft. x 8ft. 9ins.; 3 Gleevum and 1 Gloucester 160 egg size incubators; 2 self-turning trays; Tamlin 100 egg size incubator; Gleevum 45 egg size incubator; 3 Gleevum Portable Hovers (100 and 150 chick size); Gleevum Pyramid Hover; 2 chicken houses; 4 "Everwarm" 2-gallon size fountains; wheelbarrow; treadle lathe; large quantity of new wire netting.
WOOD GARAGE, in sections, with span roof 16ft. x 9ft.
GREENHOUSE, 20ft. 6ins. x 8ft., with heating apparatus.
TWO BEE HIVES (one stocked with bees).

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