Thank you! They are within a 5 hour drive of us... And they have Barnevelders too! That is another breed my husband wanted as well. Maybe I can talk him into a day trip to pick up chicks rather than eggs.
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Where are you located? I have several, but can't ship, so if you are anywhere near Philly . . .post #10774 of 116469/19/15 at 3:59pmpost #10775 of 116469/23/15 at 5:18pmpost #10776 of 116469/23/15 at 5:45pmQuote:
Mine, at over eights old were the oldest of my pullets to start laying. However their olive egger daughters all started before six months, closer to the five month mark. Maybe because they were winter babies?post #10777 of 116469/24/15 at 9:10pmQuote:
we have 2 Welsummers, one started laying at 22 weeks, the other at 24 weeks. The first one got broody at 28 weeks, but abandoned eggs 3 days before hatch.post #10778 of 116469/24/15 at 9:11pm
My Welsummer rooster died the other day. ;-;post #10779 of 116469/25/15 at 6:16ampost #10780 of 116469/27/15 at 6:22pm
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