12+ Lavender Project Pen Silkie Eggs - Catdance Silkies
Will Ship To: Lower 48
THIS IS A RELIST AND I AM UNABLE TO DELETE OR EDIT OLD POSTS, SO PLEASE DISREGARD THE REPLIES BELOW AND PM ME IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THESE EGGS. I am currently taking orders for shipping priority mail on Tuesday, 7/2 which should get them to you on Thursday, 7/5. Please add $17 for shipping costs. This offering is for 12+ eggs from my lavender project pen and lavender/split pen. The porc/lav project pen has 2 lavender boys over lav split and porcelain hens, as well as one non-split buff hen. You could hatch lavenders, porcelains, splits or buff split to lavender from these eggs. Since one customer recently chose to complain about the splits that hatched, I will say that you could get a wide variety of colors from this pen as noted above. In spite of her statement to the contrary, splits can hatch as blacks, blues, partridge or calicos. It all depends on the color genetics carried by the lavender or black ancestors (or even white in some cases since lavender was crossed on white at one time) they are bred from. There are many of my customers out there who have gorgeous lavenders from this pen, so please don't let a beginner's whining discourage you. She was just mad at me because she failed to read that this is a project pen:) Even one lavender chick is worth more than the cost of these eggs. The second pen has a black lav split roo over lavender hens. I have my first eggs from this pen in the incubator now. ALL of the birds pictured below were hatched from this pen or are IN the breeding pens now. Paypal only to firstname.lastname@example.org, please, no e-checks. You can see more of my silkies on my website at http://www.catdancesilkies.com. Thank you for looking.
Edited by kelar - 6/28/12 at 7:37pm
Breeding quality bearded Silkie bantams in white, black, buff, blue, splash & partridge. Working on lavender & porcelain.
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