12+ Rapa Nui Hatching Eggs -Ponape, Spice Island, Wallikiki, Kedu Bali

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  1. Yashar

    Yashar New Egg

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    I have three breeding groups I am selling hatching eggs from.

    Group #1 Ponape Rooster with ponape & Kedu Bali Hens
    Group #2 Spice Island
    Group #3 Wallikiki Basket Bantam

    The eggs up for auction will be from all three groups, I will mark each egg to identify which group it came from.

    These are not standardised breeds, they have high % jungle fowl, some would even call them jungle fowl.
    They require a higher level of care than the highly domesticated stock if kept confined. They won't thrive in filthy conditions. They are bantam sized birds that need a higher protein feed. You can't feed just standard layer pellets and expect them to do well.

    I really love these birds... the Spice Island crow is so pretty...

    Here is a link to a thread that refers to these birds.
    https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=540636



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    Ponape Hen

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    Kedu Bali Rooster

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    Spice Island Rooster (above and below)

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    Spice Island Hens (above and below)
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    Wallikiki Basket Bantam Rooster

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    Wallikiki Basket Bantam Hen
     
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  2. Phage

    Phage Mad Scientist Premium Member

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    WOW!!! amazing birds!!!
    So beautiful.

    Are the eggs for sale from these birds? Just I think I recognize at least one of the pictures (Kedu Bali Rooster) from a different auction by someone else so am a bit confused. I could be mistaken.
     
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  3. Titania

    Titania Chillin' With My Peeps

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    they are spectacular, beautiful birds!
    Now I'm having thoughts that I know my husband won't like...
     
  4. Yashar

    Yashar New Egg

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    Yes, you have seen that photo before. He was the sire of stock sent to another steward in CO. So his picture was used in selling those chicks.
    I took the picture this last spring - A few of his daughters are in the Ponape group, along with a few of his non dominant roo sons.

    Here is a pick of one of his sons that is in the group as we speak. It is from a few months ago..

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  5. Yashar

    Yashar New Egg

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    Quote:Sorry, I didn't answer the question earlier...

    The eggs are for sell.
     
  6. flower

    flower Chillin' With My Peeps

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    This bird is outstanding ! So classy and I was wondering what color skin does it have ? I really like the darker birds and those feathers are so glossy and iridescent , I could not raise them where I live because it is the opposite of jungle.


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  7. Illia

    Illia Crazy for Colors

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    If these are available again this spring I am SO getting some!!


    The Ponape especially is a looker, lots of Junglefowl in that bird.
     
  8. Yashar

    Yashar New Egg

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    Quote:The Kedu Bali skin is black.

    They are very beautiful.
     
  9. Yashar

    Yashar New Egg

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    What I'm realising is that it is hard to offer such a wide variety of eggs on one auction.

    I'm not used to this style of selling...

    The next auctions will be more simple. Perhaps just eggs from one group at a time.

    Sorry for any confusion...

    But for anyone interested in this auction, this is all great stock that you will enjoy for sure.


    Oh, yes, I will be selling eggs in the spring.
     

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