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Emalinfarm Silkies Sebastopols And Oegbs

By emmalynn, Jan 11, 2012 | Updated: Mar 19, 2012 | |
  1. emmalynn
    Will have to wait to add more pictures once I get home.


    We raise bearded silkies in black, blue, splash, buff, and white. Have chicks in partridge and porcelain as well as eggs hatching in all of the above colors as well as lavendar. No eggs sold. Chicks and started birds occasionally available. Message me to be on our waiting list. Will ship.

    White-
    Omelet
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    Egglatine
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    EZ
    The up and coming white kids

    Black-
    Bandaid- After all of these months and with fingers crossed to stay the beautiful beetle black....we now have some straw leakage. AARRGGHH! Keeping to breed with black hens and see what happens.

    Blue-

    Buff-
    Sunny Side Up

    Partridge-

    Odd colored but loved none the less
    Eggbert
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    Check out those feet!
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    Some chicks growing out-
    Took picture 01/09/12- For those Stephanie Plum fans- Cluck in a Bucket
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    Our Sebastopols are a sight to behold. We only raise white and the new spring breeding season is almost here. No eggs are sold, will swap with another Sebastopol breeder for "new blood" though. Goslings usually become available in April. Will ship.
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    OEGBs in spangled, wheaton, and blue wheaton. These are the pride and joy of my son. He has started showing them in the fall of 2011 and will be going into the open shows this spring. I am really proud of him to be showing against the 'old-timers'. Nothing available in the foreseeable future.

    Blue Wheaton-
    Beast
    Beauty
    Rachel

    Wheaton-
    Coma
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    Belle

    Spangled-
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    Of course we have a few oddballs that don't fit in the above. The 3 toppy game hens, 2 pair of Welsummers, and our sweet EE- Rotini. A pair of lavendar guineas and a peahen round out the crowd.
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    Don't get me started on the rest of the livestock!!

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