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Here is April 1st  :jumpy:jumpy

 

 

 


And here they are April 4th all dried off and hard to get them to stand still :weee

 

 

 

 

They grow up so fast and will be starting feathers in only a couple of days :clap

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I wondering if somebody has an extra mottled houdan rooster for sale , i would pay for shipping , im in mississippi
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Wish I had one to bring you.  

 

Good luck finding one.  :-)

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Thank you , its hard to find here in mississippi
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I know what you mean.  

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I may have a rooster in another month or two.  I have 5 three month old chicks out of my Duane Urch line houdans and they are looking to all be boys.  I am not 100% sure yet though but it would be my luck if they are as I have several people that want pullets.  So if you can wait a bit till after the holidays I may have one for you.  Let me know if interested.

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Yes i will wait , thank you
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HoudnFavs View Post
 

I may have a rooster in another month or two.  I have 5 three month old chicks out of my Duane Urch line houdans and they are looking to all be boys.  I am not 100% sure yet though but it would be my luck if they are as I have several people that want pullets.  So if you can wait a bit till after the holidays I may have one for you.  Let me know if interested.

Post some close face pics and maybe we can play the guessing game on gender. :-)

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Houdnfavs if you are gonna sell a female too i will take a pair male and female, just let me know
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maralpz2006 Thanks for being willing to wait.  I will let you know if I have a female too. 

 

I will try to get some pics and post them here (if I can figure out how lol) of the ones I'm nnt sure of as Puddin Fluff suggested. 

 

The Urch line birds are different than my old line of Houdans. On them I can usually tell around 7-8wks. But they are not as good quality wise yet either.

The Urch birds are larger boned heavier feathered birds so are harder to tell the difference.  There are a couple that are definitly cockerals but the others I'm just not sure yet.

 

I'll try to get the pics some time this weekend and try to post them here.

 

Have a  Happy Thanksgiving everyone!:thumbsup

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