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Hatching eggs for sale / SC

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Available for shipping:

Naked Neck / Silkie crosses
(blue, black --- may be frizzled)

Frizzle Cochin / Silkie crosses
(blue, black)

Silkies
(black, blue, splash)

Easter Egger / Ameraucanas

$17.00 per dozen
2 doz for $30.00
Price includes Priority Mail & Delivery Confirmation.

PM or email tubersnroots@bellsouth.net for pics

Lisa
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Black/Blue Ameraucana, Black/Splash/Blue Frizz-'Aucana, Cuckoo-'Aucana, Black/Splash/Blue/Barred Rock, Naked Necks bantam & LF frizzled/blue/barred/green-egger, etc.  Chocolate, black, blue Muscovy ducks.

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Black/Blue Ameraucana, Black/Splash/Blue Frizz-'Aucana, Cuckoo-'Aucana, Black/Splash/Blue/Barred Rock, Naked Necks bantam & LF frizzled/blue/barred/green-egger, etc.  Chocolate, black, blue Muscovy ducks.

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Why must you tempt me? he


 

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"Why must you tempt me?"

Because she knows we can't say NO! love I LOVE her odd birds- they are VERY addicting!!!!  yippiechickie  I have some in my bator now......

Carole
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How hard is it to incubate the eggs? I am considering getting an incubator and incubating eggs instead of buying chickens. What is your experience? I am new to all things chicken.

Marie

Blue/Black/Splash Silkies , Bantam Salmon Faverolle
Eggs for sale when available!
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Blue/Black/Splash Silkies , Bantam Salmon Faverolle
Eggs for sale when available!
For feedback: http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=42632
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Originally Posted by marie_martin 

How hard is it to incubate the eggs? I am considering getting an incubator and incubating eggs instead of buying chickens. What is your experience? I am new to all things chicken.

Marie


Incubating is not hard & quite addictive.  HOWEVER, if you hatch eggs you don't know what you'll be getting.  If you buy locally you can usually get all pullets (unless you're buying bantams).  If you hatch them out you might have several roos in the bunch, & you'll have to figure out what to do with them.  Just something to consider.

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