12+ eggs Lav Orps, Ameracaunas, Austrolorps, and Surprize eggs...

Beth G.

Gaetano Family Farm
9 Years
Jun 26, 2010
3,279
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New Haven County Connecticut
I have a mix of pure breed eggs to sell. I will have 6 Ameracauna eggs, 3 Australorp eggs, 3 Lav Orp eggs. I will add in surprise eggs ontop of that. Only the one who hatches will know what they are
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I have sold hatching eggs for my Lav orps and Lav orp splits. Please see My Page for Customers chick pictures.

PM with questions. I am only excepting USPS Money orders at this time. Sorry folks I had a problem with the paypal account being hacked!! Ughhh, Long story!!

Thanks for looking!!

Pics of Ameracauna Pullets/hens
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Australorp Hens
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Black Split Lav Orp Hens (some are molting some are not hence the only three eggs for this auction)
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hoppy

I'm not all fluff
12 Years
May 5, 2007
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are these birds separated by breed- in other words, will the chicks all be purebreds or possible mixes?
 

jeremy

CA Royal Blues
13 Years
Mar 23, 2008
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Oakland, CA
Same question as above- do you mean mixed as in different pure breeds within the egg auction?

Or are they birds mixed breeds in general?

I'd very much like to know.
 

Beth G.

Gaetano Family Farm
9 Years
Jun 26, 2010
3,279
17
198
New Haven County Connecticut
Hi, the pure breeds are separated by pen. The Orp Hens are in one pen and I put the rooster in with them once a day. The Australorps are in a separate pen with the Roo all the time. And, the Americauna's are in a pen with the Roo all the time also. I put the Orp Boy out during the day to protect my egg layers and they are all different breeds. Sorry for the confusion but, I should have clarified when posting. Take Care, Beth
 

Beth G.

Gaetano Family Farm
9 Years
Jun 26, 2010
3,279
17
198
New Haven County Connecticut
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I have my Orps listed on my page. For the ameracaunas they are tailed and muffed. I have 2 pure white Hens, 2 Black and white Hens, Black and brown hen, and an ivory and tan, and last but not least the Roo is Black and gold. My aussie's are the obvious black and black...lol......But you probably already knew that
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Beth G.

Gaetano Family Farm
9 Years
Jun 26, 2010
3,279
17
198
New Haven County Connecticut
Oh forgot to mention when they are babies I do let them all out together until they are laying so some of the pics will show them roaming together. But, they are all 6+ months old and laying and separated.
 

hoppy

I'm not all fluff
12 Years
May 5, 2007
5,276
38
293
central maine
if you can edit the title of your auction, you should get more bids. they way it looks, is they are mixed breed eggs, which they are not. you should be able to change it to say lav orps, americanas and aussies- make sure to put in the lav orps, that will draw the crowds.
 

Beth G.

Gaetano Family Farm
9 Years
Jun 26, 2010
3,279
17
198
New Haven County Connecticut
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Oh okay good thinking. Wish I could but, I can't figure out how to change it
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Do you know how?

Do you like the girls I posted? Just curious?

Thanks for looking,
Beth
 

sonew123

Poultry Snuggie
11 Years
Mar 16, 2009
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110
421
onchiota NY
Beth G. :

Quote:
Oh okay good thinking. Wish I could but, I can't figure out how to change it
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Do you know how?

Do you like the girls I posted? Just curious?

Thanks for looking,
Beth

Beth go back to your auction and press the edit button on bottom of your auction then change title:)
 

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