Originally Posted by snowbird
We can not judge the quality of Marans by the price. The price is controlled by sellers that get their name out before the prospected buyers. High price does not mean they are high quality. How about posting some pictures ?
I understand that there will be a range in quality of birds as in (breeders, sellers, hatcheries, show birds etc). But I'm only speaking in a general sense, not that I'm trying to appraise an antiquated relic for an auction or a holy relic :)
These aren't the best pics, however it's a rainy overcast day here in the bowels of Alabama. Of course there is a teenage Barred Rock huddled in the middle of the Black Copper Marans.