18 Olive Eggers eggs Jan 24th shipment ship included

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  1. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    Hi all,

    I am shipping 18 to the winner of this auction -SHIPPING IS INCLUDED IN THIS BIN PRICE AS WELL AS DELIVERY CONFIRMATION-Ive been getting 6-8 eggs a day now, so very fresh:) All pullets produced from these eggs will lay the dark olive colored eggs of all different dark shades-I only send the darkest colored eggs laid so that when you hatch, your pullets will lay the darker colors-if I get lighter colors I keep them for eating-the colors of the eggs you will be recieving are pictured down below-the blown out eggs-thats the best array of colors I can show:) ( blues-greeens-speckled greens-olive greens- my Ameracaunas were moulting when I was collecting those eggs so not alot of those pictures below-but they are laying now:)
    fertility has been 85-100% even on all shipped eggs
    As soon as auction ends please paypal my addy [email protected] and leave a note as to what you bought please:)

    In my pen I have a pure FBCM rooster ( 11 months old) with my girls ( 9 of them)
    -3 pure blue ameracaunas -( these will be f1's)
    -2 OE hens ( pure ameracauna x pure wellsummer-these will f2's)
    -and some of my EE's ( these will be f1's) that are producing blues and green eggs too
    -the eggs all are dark green-green-brilliant blues and some are speckled green. Alot of blue and black chicks-that look just like Ameracaunas except with feather shanks-They produce gorgeous muffed chicks which I had hatched out all Summer ( under broodies). I have no straight combed hens in this pen all pea combs-Only the roo has as straight comb-I package/ship very carefully-all though I must state once the eggs leave my house I cannot guarantee hatchability or breakage.
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    Here are lots of pictures from this Summer

    Broody and her newly hatching babies and OE eggs
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    FBCm roo about 2 months ago and one of the OE hens-( forget the white orps they were sold off on Oct-[​IMG]
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    photo of what some of the colored eggs you will be recieving ( not the brown or white ones LOL)
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    some eggs I decorated so you can see more colors
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    fertility has been great!!!


    Jan 10th -Filled 2 shipments
    Jan 17th ( Monday shipment-FILLED)
    Jan 24 th - 2 shipments available!
    Jan 31st- 2 shipments available

    Pm me if smaller batches are needed as I can do those also

    Thank you




    thank you so much
     
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2011
  2. Brindlebtch

    Brindlebtch Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Big fat healthy chicks and the eggs hatch easily! I need to make a new pic of my OE from sonew and post it here. She is quite lovely and looks like she will get pretty big!
     
  3. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    Quote:thanks Brindle!!! I have alady that just had 27 out of 36 into lockdown--they are hatching today!!!
     
  4. RAREROO

    RAREROO Overrun With Chickens

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    Just a suggestion, you may want to actually spell out Olive Egger in the subject line becuse when I first read the subject line and disregarded it thinking they were OE as in Old English game bantams. Then I saw your sig in another post and clicked it and it went to your ended listing and I saw that it stood for Olive Eggers instead of Old English. So just a suggestion you may want to change that so people will know you are selling Olive Eggers.
     
  5. tlb796

    tlb796 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    And boy are they hatchin! [​IMG] This is kinda funny but I bought so many to account for non-hatchers. [​IMG] [​IMG]
    The jokes on me.[​IMG] And they are very vigorous chicks.
    Tamera
     
  6. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    Quote:suggestion taken and utilized [​IMG] thank you!
     
  7. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    Quote:I told you youd be in trouble and you were crazy! hahaha how many hatched so far??? so 27/36 made it lockdown-
     
  8. JenEric Farms

    JenEric Farms GOOGLE GENIUS

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    You sure do got some fertile BIRDS!!!
     
  9. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    Quote:[​IMG] thanks Jen glad they are the only girls that are still fertile on this farm! hahahaa
     
  10. jenfork

    jenfork Out Of The Brooder

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    6 out of 7 hatched on my first try incubating with Sonews eggs. The chicks are almost 4 weeks old now. They are getting so big. [​IMG]
     

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