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post #11 of 18
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I have NPIP and AI certified Clean Flock and can ship.  I can help you out with Spaulding Black Shoulder and Spaulding IB cocks, $75.  I also have Whites in both cocks and hens, $125 hen or $225 pairs.  Spaulding Purple Black Shoulders in both cocks and hens $375 trios.  Cameo hens and cocks, $200 pair. Purple hens, $100, and IB Dark Pied cocks and hens, $175 pairs, and Pied cocks, $125 (from SP stock).  IB cocks that carry both Purple and Cameo from a Spaulding Purple BS cock, $75.

If you are new to shipping you need to be aware that the normal charges include the shipping container, postage, and some states require a health certificate from a vet before shipping into their state.  Shipping containers run from $20 to $35 depending on the size of the box.  Postage is figured by the wieght, size of the box, and distance traveled.

Also know that postage has increased this month and some of the discounts that we had are now gone.  A shipment I sent out Monday was 25 pounds going to Virginia in a large swan box cost $135 in postage.  Hope this gives you an idea of how shipping works, if you have more questions just ask.
Very good prices and your birds are spoiled rotten, I might need to take a trip with some of mine in tow for some tradin' this year. Good looking out for our members! I am so glad I joined, great people and the knowledge base is incredible I would have sworn Birdrain92 was 100yrs old with his knowledge on birds in general especially peas,👍. Again, way to step up Kingbee and thank you.

Gerald Barker
post #12 of 18
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Very good prices and your birds are spoiled rotten, I might need to take a trip with some of mine in tow for some tradin' this year. Good looking out for our members! I am so glad I joined, great people and the knowledge base is incredible I would have sworn Birdrain92 was 100yrs old with his knowledge on birds in general especially peas,👍. Again, way to step up Kingbee and thank you.

Gerald Barker


Thank you!

post #13 of 18

I was pleased to see that the birds I shipped out Monday were delivered this afternoon.  Twenty-seven hours from being boxed to delivery from Kansas to Virginia.  I have had birds that traveled less distance take longer.

NPIP # KS-412

Black Copper Marans, Easter Eggers, Mutts, ducks, and PEAFOWL!!!  India Blue, IB White Eye, IB Pied WE split Cameo, IB Silver Pied, IBBS, IBBS split Cameo, IBBS Pied, IBBS WE, Cameo, CBS (Oaten), Cameo Pied, CPWE, CSP, and Purple Black Shoulder. African Gray Parrots, a bunch of those dang guineas.  Oh, and honeybees, around 200 hives.  And two Great Pyrenees puppies.

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NPIP # KS-412

Black Copper Marans, Easter Eggers, Mutts, ducks, and PEAFOWL!!!  India Blue, IB White Eye, IB Pied WE split Cameo, IB Silver Pied, IBBS, IBBS split Cameo, IBBS Pied, IBBS WE, Cameo, CBS (Oaten), Cameo Pied, CPWE, CSP, and Purple Black Shoulder. African Gray Parrots, a bunch of those dang guineas.  Oh, and honeybees, around 200 hives.  And two Great Pyrenees puppies.

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post #14 of 18

Here are some pictures of the birds you asked about.

 

This is a Spaulding Black Shoulder split Purple, he is seven months old and will go through many changes before he attains his mature colors.

 

 

 

Another shot of a Spaulding Black Shoulder, the brown back right in back of him is a Spaulding Purple Black Shoulder, both seven months old.

 

 

Top left is an IBBS two-year-old.  The cock in the center of this picture is a Spaulding BS three-year-old and has his first big boy train.  This is pretty much what the 2015 hatch birds will look like in January of 2018.

 

 

This is a three-year-old Spaulding Purple BS

 

NPIP # KS-412

Black Copper Marans, Easter Eggers, Mutts, ducks, and PEAFOWL!!!  India Blue, IB White Eye, IB Pied WE split Cameo, IB Silver Pied, IBBS, IBBS split Cameo, IBBS Pied, IBBS WE, Cameo, CBS (Oaten), Cameo Pied, CPWE, CSP, and Purple Black Shoulder. African Gray Parrots, a bunch of those dang guineas.  Oh, and honeybees, around 200 hives.  And two Great Pyrenees puppies.

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NPIP # KS-412

Black Copper Marans, Easter Eggers, Mutts, ducks, and PEAFOWL!!!  India Blue, IB White Eye, IB Pied WE split Cameo, IB Silver Pied, IBBS, IBBS split Cameo, IBBS Pied, IBBS WE, Cameo, CBS (Oaten), Cameo Pied, CPWE, CSP, and Purple Black Shoulder. African Gray Parrots, a bunch of those dang guineas.  Oh, and honeybees, around 200 hives.  And two Great Pyrenees puppies.

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post #15 of 18
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Here are some pictures of the birds you asked about.

This is a Spaulding Black Shoulder split Purple, he is seven months old and will go through many changes before he attains his mature colors.





Another shot of a Spaulding Black Shoulder, the brown back right in back of him is a Spaulding Purple Black Shoulder, both seven months old.




Top left is an IBBS two-year-old.  The cock in the center of this picture is a Spaulding BS three-year-old and has his first big boy train.  This is pretty much what the 2015 hatch birds will look like in January of 2018.




This is a three-year-old Spaulding Purple BS


Very nice birds. Great pics.

Gerald Barker
post #16 of 18
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Very nice birds. Great pics.

Gerald Barker

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post #17 of 18

If its your first time raising peafowl i don't recommend starting with greens.

india blue w/e, purple, splading bronze, pied, silver pied and bronze black shoulder, opal w/e, opal BS silver pied,opal silver pied cameo w/e, cameo BS pied w/e, cameo BS silver pied, spaldings and muticus green

 

 

 

((Excuse my English))

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india blue w/e, purple, splading bronze, pied, silver pied and bronze black shoulder, opal w/e, opal BS silver pied,opal silver pied cameo w/e, cameo BS pied w/e, cameo BS silver pied, spaldings and muticus green

 

 

 

((Excuse my English))

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post #18 of 18
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If its your first time raising peafowl i don't recommend starting with greens.
100% agree, best to start with blues or visit someone who has serious greens and make a decision from there. It really hurts when you lose a high dollar bird, been there done that but, it comes with the territory.

Gerald Barker
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