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post #41 of 48
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Where did you get your faverolles from? we can't find any locally and I'm trying to find somewhere to have them shipped in

Where are you located?
post #42 of 48
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Where are you located?


We are in VA. We have realized that most people in our area don't breed anything out of the ordinary so we have to have birds shipped in.

post #43 of 48

Wanted - Bantam Salmon Favorelle hatching eggs.

 

I am Florida and there are no restrictions here.

post #44 of 48

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RIP, Fancy Pants.  In 2011 purchased my first pair of bantam Salmon Faverolles.  Fancy Pants and Muffin produced many offspring.  At present the flock is made up of 10 pairs of their mature offspring.  Sadly, Fancy Pants passed away last week.  He and Muffin were inseparable and she hasn't laid an egg since his death.  She has been an every other day layer since she came to live with us in 2011, even through the winter months.  I'm glad to see interest in bantam Salmon Faverolles growing.  Sweetest birds ever.  I live in GA, not far from Athens, Bull-dawg Country.  If any of you Faverolles fans live within driving distance I'd love see your flock and add talk adding some new bantam Salmon Faverolles blood to my flock.   

post #45 of 48
Hi. Is it possible to feather sex this breed? it seems like every other wing feather is a bit shorter but the shorter ones are basically invisible in this picture.
Edited by generaldsherman - 3/19/16 at 2:54am

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post #46 of 48
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Hi. Is it possible to feather sex this breed? it seems like every other wing feather is a bit shorter but the shorter ones are basically invisible in this picture.

No they can't be feather sexed. You will know in a week or 2 what sex they are when they begin to feather out.
post #47 of 48
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No they can't be feather sexed. You will know in a week or 2 what sex they are when they begin to feather out.


ok thanks

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post #48 of 48

I have a Salmon Faverolle! just found out, I think he's half cochin though because his tail is just like a cochin. He's my favourite rooster!

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