¤º°`°º20+ pak mutant pheasant eggs Pa SOLD`°º¤ø

wilds of pa

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¤º°`°º¤ø,¸ ¸,ø¤º°`°º¤øGot a fresh 20+ pak of mutant pheasant eggs, SOLD¤º°`°º¤ø,¸ ¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø

shipping in the lower 48 or can pick up on the farm

SOLD includes S/H

You can see some picks at our site or look below
www.hinkjcpoultry.com

Paypal on these only unless picking them up.

email me, can ship them out today

2 Males to 20+hens in are breeding pen 25'X100'x8'

stock your own farm**pheasants should be released around 6-8 weeks old in warm cond.

charlie
 
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hinkjc

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Hi Stacy, We have 42 eggs set since 3/27 and have confirmed fertility. Eggs are normal size.

Jody
 

wilds of pa

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Ok,these are still available for shipment tomorrow, let me know by 230pm tomorrow, so we can get them out to you, otherwise i will have to hatch them.

thanks
Charlie
 

hcammack

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I am not posotive but I am pretty sure that is prevents birds from picking each other.

Henry
 

Wildsky

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Quote:Thanks Henry - it looks really odd, if they can't pick each other can they eat or do you have to take it off?
 

wilds of pa

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The Blue Mountains of Pa
Hi wildsky, it is a peeper. The one i have on him is a snap on type. They can be removed easy after breeding season.

He(wizzard) is a very aggressive Cockbird. what this does is block his straight on veiw. It does not hinder there feeding. But it does stop his fighting with the other male. Every year i have to put one on him when breeding season comes along.

Thanks
Charlie
 

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