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Langshan Bantam Eggs in the incubator

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Have 60 Black Langshan Bantam eggs in the incubator.   I am hoping 50 to 75 chicks from two hatches. Keeping my fingers crossed. The culls will go into the freezer.

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Promoting Langshans, Large Fowl and Bantams. Over 45 years with Langshans.  Black Langshan Bantams. Member: APA,ABA,Cape Fear Poultry Association & American Langshan Club. APA: http://www.amerpoultryassn.com/   ABA: http://www.bantamclub.com/site/  Cape Fear Poultry Assn: http://www.capefearpoultryassociation.embarqspace.com/#
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All right for you! thumbsup Love Langshans, and I especially rarely to never see people with bantams.

I'll be watching this hatch and fl for a good rate.

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You see them from time to time here on the East Coast.

Promoting Langshans, Large Fowl and Bantams. Over 45 years with Langshans.  Black Langshan Bantams. Member: APA,ABA,Cape Fear Poultry Association & American Langshan Club. APA: http://www.amerpoultryassn.com/   ABA: http://www.bantamclub.com/site/  Cape Fear Poultry Assn: http://www.capefearpoultryassociation.embarqspace.com/#
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Promoting Langshans, Large Fowl and Bantams. Over 45 years with Langshans.  Black Langshan Bantams. Member: APA,ABA,Cape Fear Poultry Association & American Langshan Club. APA: http://www.amerpoultryassn.com/   ABA: http://www.bantamclub.com/site/  Cape Fear Poultry Assn: http://www.capefearpoultryassociation.embarqspace.com/#
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what color eggs are they? i know some people have different colors of eggs. some are a plum color and some have more yellow to them. just wondering. smile

Bantam Cochins; Lemon Blue & Lemon splash (Frizzle and Smooth), mille fleur/calicos, and a mixed color flock

Bantam Ameraucanas; Lavenders

Bearded Silkies; Black, White, Buff, and Partridge.

 

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Bantam Cochins; Lemon Blue & Lemon splash (Frizzle and Smooth), mille fleur/calicos, and a mixed color flock

Bantam Ameraucanas; Lavenders

Bearded Silkies; Black, White, Buff, and Partridge.

 

www.chicksnsprouts.com

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various shades of white, a few lay a very light brown, unlike their Large Fowl cousins.

Promoting Langshans, Large Fowl and Bantams. Over 45 years with Langshans.  Black Langshan Bantams. Member: APA,ABA,Cape Fear Poultry Association & American Langshan Club. APA: http://www.amerpoultryassn.com/   ABA: http://www.bantamclub.com/site/  Cape Fear Poultry Assn: http://www.capefearpoultryassociation.embarqspace.com/#
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Promoting Langshans, Large Fowl and Bantams. Over 45 years with Langshans.  Black Langshan Bantams. Member: APA,ABA,Cape Fear Poultry Association & American Langshan Club. APA: http://www.amerpoultryassn.com/   ABA: http://www.bantamclub.com/site/  Cape Fear Poultry Assn: http://www.capefearpoultryassociation.embarqspace.com/#
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