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Probably can do an order the first week of June...  
  I am offering one dozen (plus extras) hatching eggs from my bantam polish pen. The bantam pen consists of  white crested chocolate cuckoo and white crested khaki roosters over white crested khaki, chocolate, and black hens, and will produce possible show quality chicks in any of these colors plus possible cuckoo khaki. (Please note that this pen has a single "wild card" hen-  a solid blue.)  These colors are especially beautiful and can be hard to find. Fertility...
Awww thanks aldren90 and hey spoiled chicken- !  
If you'd like to PM me this weekend, I'll let you know for sure.  Thanks!  
Thanks! I have a dozen still available for shipment this week.  
I am offering hatching eggs by the dozen +  from my polish pens.  I will continue to sell the eggs from these pens as long as they are laying and there is interest.  Most of the eggs will come from the bantam pen which consists of smooth white crested cuckoo and khaki roos over smooth white crested chocolate, khaki, and black hens.  You could get any of these colors plus white crested chocolate cuckoo or khaki cuckoo.  I will try to include several eggs from the large...
What would cause a polish cockerel (cuckoo) to have bright pink legs?  Just a flaw or a medical issue?  He seems fine otherwise, and has been like this since he was little...  He does get a fairly high protein feed (22%)
Thanks, I'll let her know.  Her pens are covered and I know she keeps the area soft and deep by turning it over with a spade a couple of times a year.  They also get out for a couple of hours each day to roam.  Maybe tell her to add peat moss?  It's the only thing she hasn't tried yet I think.  
Have a dear friend struggling with northern fowl mites and losing the battle.  She sprays, dips, and shampoos with Adams, dusts with sevin and pymethrin, and uses ivermectin drops.  Coops are cleaned frequently and bombed with Adams room fogger.  Bedding is stirred and amended weekly with either insecticidal dust, wood ash, or red cedar chips.  She has mostly crested breeds, and weekly inspection never fails to reveal a number of birds affected- the crests are like mite...
I have 3 extra baby boy LF salmon faverolles from a hatch (Cloverleaf Farm eggs!!), and am hoping someone can use them.  It looks like they are going to be very handsome!  NPIP.  Can meet you at ferry, train, etc, or drive part of the way.   Pics upon request.
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