Sorry for your loss
I've lost a lot of birds but this one really hurts for some reason. He was one of my first. and we cuddled a lot.
Okay, I really need to thin out my ever growing flock. I have a buff orpington cockerel for free (6 weeks old I think). And an itty bitty tiny EE bantam pullet (also 6 weeks). She's timid and bullied a lot. So someone will have to make sure she integrates well into a new flock because she's very scared and passive towards other flockmates. I feel bad for her :( Both free to good homes. The buff orpington cockerel is the tamest I have right now. Which of course is subject to change once hormones really kick in. But so far, no problems with him like the other cockerels his age. Which the others are going to the chopping block down the road. I figured I'd try to find a home for him before I end up eating him myself. If you're looking to eat him, you may still have him.
I also have a chocolate wyandotte bantam cockerel, out of Greenfire lines (7 weeks) for sale. $10. I'll add pics here. I'm in the Harrisburg/York area. PM me if interested :)
Buff Orp cockerel
Easter Egger bantam, pullet
And my chocolate wyandotte bantam, cockerel
Ok here is the update.... out of my backyard mix, 8 have hatched and the rest have pipped!! As for my bantam cochin, 4 have pipped out of the 13 and it is only day 20.
I am putting my east indie ducks up for sale, They have been together since hatch so I do not want to seperate them, what are the chances of someone buying all 8 and keeping them as a flock.....FYI, I tried Chelsea, she would only want 2.....
I am also still up in the air on price, these are not everyday ducks so I will not sell for a low price... need some guidance here...my ducks usually go by weight on a plate...
feb 10 hatch date, so
i do have quite a bit of time and feed in them