I forgot a few things when I updated this a couple of days ago, so let's try this again:
Dominique, Orpington, Americauna, Americauna X and Orpington X chicks.
Japanese chicks - black tailed buff, lavenders, greys and blacks
Various hatching eggs - Americaunas, Olive Eggers, Easter Eggers, Orpington, Japanese, Dominique
A very nice black Americauna cock - very, beautiful, show quality but having problems hatching chicks from him so not for breeding.
1yr old pair of Black Tail Buff Japanese - great little birds, good producers, just focusing on other varieties. These two are med length leg.
Two Dominiwue cock birds - from reputable breeder but not what we are needing for our lines right now, very nice looking birds.
Vegetable starts - lots of tomatoes, beans, peas, etc.
Feeder roaches - our birds LOVE these! They are loaded with live proteins and other nutrition the birds cannot get from a plant based diet alone. We will sell about 30 (w/ 1 adult pair) for $10. These multiply fast, are extremely easy to care for, and are not an invasive species if they happen to escape (our weather is too cold). They eat almost anything, love oranges :). They are slow moving and flightless so it takes away from the ick factor, but the birds really LOVE these guys, great for training aids. Perfect way to bring some animal protein to your birds without worrying what else those bugs have fed on.
Trading strawberry starts for eggs with SkySchazade
An american black or blue Orpington pullet or hen - breeder/show quality
A black or blue breeder/show quality Americauna cock