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A magazine for shepherds and fiber enthusiasts
The Purebred Directory Form
The BSN Purebred Directory promotes improvement of fiber animals and working dogs through the availability of purebred breeding stock. Advertisers are listed in order of their state. The Purebred Directory is printed in the fall, winter and spring issues.
Your listing will be included in the Annual Directory as part of your advertising as we now combine the Purebred Directory with the Annual Directory in the summer issue. The summer listing (for Purebred Directory advertisers only) includes a complimentary one column inch space for your business logo, $5 for each additional column inch. Please submit camera ready copy by June 15.
The cost for your listing for one year (four issues) is $30 for the first 25 words PLUS 30 cents per additional word. You must count each word including name, address and phone number, etc. (The following count as one word each: your phone number, fax number, e:mail address and web site.) All charges must be prepaid. If you would like to be listed in the Directory, please print and complete the following form.
Note: To print only the form and none of the text above, highlight or select the form (while holding down the left mouse button, drag the cursor from the words “TOP OF FORM” to the words “BOTTOM OF FORM,” release the mouse button) and when printing, print just the selection, not all the pages.
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Farm or Ranch Name:
Words per line
First 25 Words =
Additional Words x 30¢ =
Logo or Photo, column inches x $5 =
Return to: Black Sheep Newsletter, 25455 NW Dixie Mtn Rd • Scappoose, OR 97056
All orders must be prepaid or may be charged with VISA or Master Card.
Enclosed is my check/money order (US funds only) for $
Or, charge to VISA Master Charge
Credit Card Number:
Expires: month year
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