10++ MILLE FLEUR LEGHORH EGGS

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by Phage, Nov 9, 2012.

  1. Phage

    Phage Mad Scientist Premium Member

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    Auction ends Sunday evening at 6.00pm Pacific time.
    Eggs to be sent out Monday or Tuesday 12th or 13th November.


    Our flock consists of 5 girls and 2 boys from a top breeder. They are so much nicer in person than the picture. The roosters have nice temperaments. They are nice to the hens, and have never showed any aggression to humans.

    Only the freshest eggs will be sent and they will be very well packed. The hens are laying like crazy. These are pullet eggs. Fertility is great. A broody just hatched out a bunch and there are 11/12 developing in the incubator.

    Please ask questions!!!
    We can also reserve orders for a week that suits you.
    Shipping $15. Payment is by paypal



    Please understand that shipping may be hard on hatching eggs so we are not liable for them once they leave our hands. However I find that pullet eggs seem to travel very well.
    Please do not bid if we cannot legally send eggs to your state.


    We also have chicks for sale for local pick up only.
    Thanks for looking!!

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    Last edited: Nov 9, 2012
  2. Duramaxgirl

    Duramaxgirl Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Very Beautiful birds! How hardy are they??
     
  3. Phage

    Phage Mad Scientist Premium Member

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    Thank you! They are pretty!

    I think they are much like regular leghorns. They live out where it gets very hot (up to 110 degrees) and seem to be less bothered by heat than most of the heavier breeds.
    Not sure about cold weather, but I guess the roosters comb and wattles are vulnerable.
     
  4. Chickhick

    Chickhick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    How are they about flying? I have a 6 foot tall fence... can they clear it?
     
  5. Phage

    Phage Mad Scientist Premium Member

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    They probably could if they wanted to.
     
  6. Duramaxgirl

    Duramaxgirl Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have 6 foot fences for my leghorns. Some do get out and I just trim their wings. They usually settle down after a while and quite trying to get out and stay in their pen. Although I have plenty of room for them. If you want leghorns, your best friend is a small/medium fish net. Makes catching them a breeze. I'm trying not to bid on these beautiful birds as my incubators are supposed to be off till January!! But I might just give in :)
     
  7. Cynthia12

    Cynthia12 Always Grateful Premium Member

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    I love these! Will you be selling in the spring..ya think? :))
     
  8. SeattleLeah

    SeattleLeah Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Beautiful! What size and color eggs do they lay?
     
  9. Phage

    Phage Mad Scientist Premium Member

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    Hopefully we will still have them.
    We are just trying to figure out how many breeds we can reasonably focus on and improve.
     
  10. Phage

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    They lay white eggs. Just now they are pullet eggs so should increase in size (they have already got bigger) and they are laying like crazy like a regular leghorn.
     

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