Court’s In Session, How To Become A Licensed Poultry Judge

Poultry Judging

Court’s In Session, How To Become A Licensed Poultry Judge
Add to Favorites By Kenny Coogan, Florida To become an APA-licensed poultry judge, you will need to have been   member of APA for three consecutive years, ideally raising poultry during that time. Although not a requirement, the Judges Licensing Committee likes to see diversity in an applicant’s flock. Being familiar with not only standard and bantam breeds but also turkeys, waterfowl and guineafowl will aid in your learning process. The more experience you have, the easier it will be for you. Applicants must be 21 years or older. In addition to completing an application, which you will have received from the APA secretary, you will submit a $225 application fee. Once APA officials receive your application, you will then receive the necessary information including eight clerking assignment sheets that need to be filled out by Licensed Judges over the next two years. At the end of your two years, the committee will arrange for you to take an open book test, which usually takes between seven and eight hours of research

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