12+ Bearded Silkie bantam eggs - Catdance Silkies

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  1. kelar

    kelar Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Up for your consideration are 12+ assorted color eggs from my show winning bearded Silkie bantam flock. Eggs will ship priority on Wednesday, 2/2. Colors available are partridge, buff, blue/splash & white. There are no blacks as they are still not laying & I expect the majority of these eggs to be from the blue/splash and white pens. The flock is NPIP certified and AI tested clean. I do show my birds and in recent shows my birds won BB & RB (12/09), BB 4/10, & at my last show in October, won BV blue, BV & RV buff, BV partridge & RV white. A pullet hatched from a white pair I sold was the show champion fowl at the Wa. County Fair in Oregon this summer. I've been getting some really nice chicks this year and all the birds pictured were hatched from the same breeding flocks your eggs will come from. The silkies in my breeding flocks are all carefully chosen for their own individual merits and even more importantly, their ability to produce quality offspring. I do pack eggs extremely well and my customers are reporting good success. A lot of my customers are returning for more eggs, which makes me very happy:) I cannot guarantee your hatch rate, but I will do everything in my power to get your eggs to you in good shape. Please be prepared to pay via paypal at auction's end - no e-checks please as they take too long to clear. You can see more of my silkies at http://www.catdancesilkies.com.

    I am currently sorting through pens and will have a lot of nice young silkies for sale so please contact me if you are looking for something in particular. Lots of youngsters in buff and partridge, a few cuckoos & some very nice white cockerels right at breeding age that are looking for new homes:)

    Best of Breed, White pullet 12/09

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    Best of Breed, Splash pullet, PNPA show, April 2010
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    Reserve of Breed, Black pullet, 12/09

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    Best Variety, Partridge pullet, PNPA show, April 2010

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    Some of this year's youngsters:

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    This young lady pictured below went on to place BV in her class at the tender age of 6 months at the PNPA show in April 2010

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    The same chick as pictured above - a young man now. Congratulations to Jen in Oregon on her purchase of this beautiful cockerel:)

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    Hatched by Three Cedars Silkies in Florida:

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    Hatched by Jen in Ohio

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    Hatched by Christine in Oregon:

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    Teenagers:

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    The partridge cockerel pictured below was purchased by Michelle at Reese Poultry who showed him to a 2nd place at the Ohio nationals! Way to go Michelle:)

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    A stunning white cockerel hatched in March - watch for him at the shows!

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  2. jenlynn4

    jenlynn4 Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 12, 2007
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    I am serriously in hatching withdrawl, My girls quit laying all winter for the first time ever! I am soooo thiking about these but what about our bad weather we are having? You think they will be able to get here in time?
     
  3. Shotsii

    Shotsii Out Of The Brooder

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    If only I could fit that many eggs in my mini eco. [​IMG]
     
  4. kelar

    kelar Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi Jen - I know what you mean:) I have my first batch incubating now and due next week - I can't wait! I'm not sure what the weather is supposed to do out your way - hopefully it will get better in the next day or so. We are having really nice weather for February and the hens think it is spring! Karen
     
  5. jenlynn4

    jenlynn4 Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 12, 2007
    PA
    oh good. Its pretty cold here, but I havent had any trouble getting eggs in the cold before. I just may have to do it! LOL
     

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