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I need 4 good quality white leghorn hens/pullets.
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Wisher1000, I have two hens and a rooster from that hen.  I am trying to think back -- I think you gave me one or two hens and I had a broody hen at the time maybe, put some eggs under her.


Edited by Stumpy - 2/21/16 at 5:57pm
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1kluckychik, thanks for your response.  Chicks would be fine, but Skipperville is too far for me to drive, unfortunately.  :-)

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1kluckychik, thanks for your response.  Chicks would be fine, but Skipperville is too far for me to drive, unfortunately.  :-)
Chris' daughters live in Montgomery. We are there every other weekend
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It would be about a six-hour round trip for me.

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I had a stroke of luck this past weekend. I went to Newnan, GA for a poultry show. Last night I was having trouble sleeping, so I left my hotel room and went to the lobby where I was on the hotel computer. A man stopped to talk and through the course of the conversation he mentioned that his BCM hen won her class. I asked if she was for sale and he said she wasn't but he had one of her sisters that he would sell me for $30. I said, "I'll take her. "

So this morning at the show, he comes to me and says that he knows I'm going to be mad, but his daughter had sold the hen yesterday and hadn't told him. To make a long story short, I got $80 worth of mahogany colored hatching eggs for $30!!! The flash really washed them out.... they are nice!



The pink ones are RIR that are in for a fertility test. Okay, they don't look pink in the photo, but they do IRL.


They do look nice.  I hope you have a good hatching.

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Thank you, Orps!

TIN STAR POULTRY - working toward  Standard bred Silver Campines --

Plus, A ragtag gathering of Ameraucanas for blue eggs, Black Copper Marans for dark brown eggs, and a pair of good

Rhode Island Reds.                                                Celebrating the second half of my first century!
 

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TIN STAR POULTRY - working toward  Standard bred Silver Campines --

Plus, A ragtag gathering of Ameraucanas for blue eggs, Black Copper Marans for dark brown eggs, and a pair of good

Rhode Island Reds.                                                Celebrating the second half of my first century!
 

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Hi fellow Alabama chicken peeps! I had posted a few months ago about trying to move with our chickens, and we just found out our only option is going to be rental. Rentals in the county are hard to find, especially for our family size, so we have to move to the city. I'm sad to give them up; watching them through my window right now as they happily forage for worms in our yard after yesterday's rain. North Alabama area would be preferable.
http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1083293/need-pet-chickens-fostered-adopted-north-alabama#post_16593485
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Hi fellow Alabama chicken peeps! I had posted a few months ago about trying to move with our chickens, and we just found out our only option is going to be rental. Rentals in the county are hard to find, especially for our family size, so we have to move to the city. I'm sad to give them up; watching them through my window right now as they happily forage for worms in our yard after yesterday's rain. North Alabama area would be preferable.
http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1083293/need-pet-chickens-fostered-adopted-north-alabama#post_16593485


hugs.gif. So sorry, you have to give up your lovelies. I'm sure you will find a wonderful home for them.

 

 

 

"The grass is always greener over the septic tank."
Erma Bombeck

BBS Ameraucana,  Bantam cochins, Mille Fleur leghorns, Georgia giant bobwhite quail, Maggie a min. Schnauzer and Lucy, a blue cat.
Oh, and the greatest husband and sons on the face of this earth.

 

 

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"The grass is always greener over the septic tank."
Erma Bombeck

BBS Ameraucana,  Bantam cochins, Mille Fleur leghorns, Georgia giant bobwhite quail, Maggie a min. Schnauzer and Lucy, a blue cat.
Oh, and the greatest husband and sons on the face of this earth.

 

 

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Originally Posted by crawfordrose View Post

Hi fellow Alabama chicken peeps! I had posted a few months ago about trying to move with our chickens, and we just found out our only option is going to be rental. Rentals in the county are hard to find, especially for our family size, so we have to move to the city. I'm sad to give them up; watching them through my window right now as they happily forage for worms in our yard after yesterday's rain. North Alabama area would be preferable.
http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1083293/need-pet-chickens-fostered-adopted-north-alabama#post_16593485

 

Can't you take some with you or you can't since it's a rental?  

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