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Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by elieugene6, May 22, 2011.

  1. elieugene6

    elieugene6 Songster

    Jun 17, 2010
    Western ny
    I am up to 27 eggs right now. Will ship out Tuesday morning. I wormed them so no eating any of the eggs. These are mixed breeds with the possibility of some pure. I have at the moment 5 goose eggs, 10 blue/green eggs, 5 bantam eggs, and 7 brown eggs. These eggs are not exactly the cleanest although some are clean, its been raining for about a week straight. Two of the goose eggs were found outside in the mud, I labeled them so if you would prefer not to get them I don't need to send. I am still collecting for today and will include all of tomorrows eggs as well. I have gotten pure self blues and black split to self blue as well as black cochins. I haven't hatched many of my large fowl lately but have very good fertility in them. I did hatch out both of the eggs I set 23 days ago. One green egg hatched out a yellow chick and I think I may have gotten a pure jersey giant out of the brown egg. The mixed chicks that I hatched out last fall were great layers of brown eggs, they were sold at auction last month. They layed an egg a day and the roos were 5.5lbs dressed weight at 20weeks.

    -Chinese gander
    -pomeranian geese

    Bantam: (penned seperately from the large fowl)
    -sq black cochin roo
    -self blue cochin roo
    -red cochin cockeral
    -sq black cochin hen
    -self blue cochin hens
    -gold laced cochin pullets (not sure if laying)
    -wc black polish hen
    -paint polish pullet (not sure if laying)

    Large Fowl:
    -golden comet roo
    -black jersey giant roo
    -supposed to be blue wheaten americauna but I think its an ee
    -2 white ee
    -golden comet hens
    -dekalb amberlink hens
    -production red hen
    -brown ee pullets and hen
    -supposed to be blue wheaten americauna pullets but think they're ee
    -jersey giant hen
    -silkie/americauna cross pullet
    Last edited: May 22, 2011

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