Originally Posted by Celtic Chick
Hatching Eggs - $15 (Jefferson)
Date: 2012-03-29, 3:56PM CDT
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Lavender (Self Blue) Orpington Hatching Eggs. Newer Color Orpington. My small flock came from a breeder in southern Illinios. These birds are originally from the Hink-JC blood line. The Lavender gene is different from the blue genetics in that it should produce consistant lavender color in all the offspring. The Lavender Orpington is a large docile bird that lay brown eggs.
The pictures are some of my birds with other breeds I have. They have been penned seperately for the last month to ensure no cross breeding with the Lavender Orpingtons. Buyers will receive a copy of my Wisconsin Tested Flock Certificate. Chicks may be available, eggs in incubator now! Orpingtons Hatching Eggs are $15.00 per dozen.
Americana eggs available. Mixed hens with Blue Americana rooster $10.00 per dozen.
Blue Copper Marans hatching eggs in near future. Contact for more info.
Eggs are pick up only. I will not mail eggs.
I want............................. FT, if I can get any, I could hatch some out for you. Or Terri could. She's closer! And has a much larger bator. I still want.............
Originally Posted by jvls1942
Dan, those puppies at that size are perfect for Muskie bait..The small fish leave them alone, so if you catch one, it'll be a big one..
You are an evil, sassy old man...............
Thanks for the offer CC, WCC and TO. I appreciate it. So WCC you don't want to be in our LLLOWC, think I got that right !!! LOL
You guys are the bestest !!! Now who do I sound like ? LOL
I've got a secret, I've got a secret !!!!! Ok well, CC and Bf4m know, boy do they know !!!! I'll spill the beans next week. I have to get past April Fools day first !!!!
Spent some time outside sitting in the pig pen with Porky, Elmer and Wiggy (little girl who I still don't have a name for) LOL
Those little piggys are so GD cute !!!
Then I went and spent time with my new geese. We put my old garden pond in their run. It is only 75 gallons but boy oh boy does one of my original geese love it.
We have a 300 gallon stock take that we bought for the ducks but they never used it. To tall for them to get into it. I emptied it last weekend, now just need to figure out where I want to put it. Then sink it into the ground.
I've been lurking on the egg chain site. Good way to pick up different type of eggs. I promised a friend down in TN some silkie eggs and mine are broody so I got her some on the egg chain. I set out 16 guinea eggs yesterday and 10 paint silkie eggs.
Sending out 9 more guinea eggs tomorrow.
Wish I was closer to Neilsville. I was going to go to the Stratford Auction on Saturday. My farrier is going. I called him tonight to see if he ever called the guy that runs the auction that had some spotted mini donkeys for sale. He is down to one spotted jenny. The farrier said he was going to talk to the seller on Saturday. I think Saturday will be to late.
Hope he connects with him.
Otherwise I was just going to be nosey. I don't need anything.
Bf4m here is the Egg Chain thread I was telling you about !! http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/326027/online-crazy-egg-chain-lets-play-this-has-been-ok-by-nifty-chicken/6010