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12 plus Wheaten/Blue Wheaten Ameraucana Fertile Hatching eggs

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by pasofinofarm, May 6, 2011.

  1. pasofinofarm

    pasofinofarm NONESUCH FARM CONROE TX

    Mar 22, 2007
    Near Houston, TX
    Hatching eggs- one of life's little miracles! This auction is for 1 dozen eggs and any extras laid before shipping!

    I have been raising Wheaten/Blue Wheaten Ameraucanas for eight years. The flock we are working with currently are very solid birds with correct slate legs, pea combs, very full muffs and beards and are suitable for exhibition. This flock also has exceptional health and vigor. We are TPIP certified and all of our birds are well cared for with clean housing and an excellent diet. Many BYCers have been to the farm and each one has been impressed with our flocks and our farm.

    For more information about our chickens and our farm visit us at www.nonesuchfarm.net or for more eye candy visit our photobucket here:

    Ameraucanas are layers of beautiful blue eggs. The breed was accepted by the APA in 1976 and since that time have been eligible to participate in their poultry shows yet there is much confusion surrounding the breed. Many hatcheries sell chickens labeled "Ameraucanas" that are not up to breed standards and not to be shown. Although there is a place for these Easter Egger chickens many are disappointed as they find that the birds they have raised are not what they expected. Be assured that our birds are quality Ameraucanas that meet the Standard.

    Due to the time sensitive nature of hatching eggs this is a paypal only auction. If you need another payment method please let me know [​IMG]




    The brown egg is for contrast only:

    Last edited: May 6, 2011

  2. BooBear

    BooBear Chicken Cuddler

    Oct 7, 2010
    Conroe, Texas
    The eggs I got from you are developing nicely. Can't wait for em to hatch. [​IMG]
    The pullets (Sugar, Taffy, and Puddin') are doing great. They even claimed a spot on the top roost. Lester discovered them so fast when I brought them home. He keeps an eye out for them. Funny how he knew they were girls.

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