Bushka's Kitchen to Expo at the 2018 USCA National Show and Breed Survey

2018 USCA Sieger Conformation Show Bushkas Kitchen

I am excited to announce that Bushka's Kitchen will have a vendor booth at the 2018 USCA National Show and Breed Survey April 13-15th in Ione, CA. I will be sharing the booth with my friend Karen Wolff, and she will be discussing how and why to use Young Living Essential Oils on you and your pets. 

I will have a limited selection of fruit leathers and meals available for purchase. This is a great opportunity to try out some of Bushka's products before they are available to the general public. This is going to be such a fun event, and I look forward to seeing you there!

Pssst! In case you miss it, here is our advertisement for the event!

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