24+ mixed bantam eggs F/S KY~~MAKE AN OFFER

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  1. shelleyd2008

    shelleyd2008 the bird is the word

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    Hi there, I had these listed on ebay, and they usually sell. This time they didn't [​IMG]

    I can't eat them (allergic), have no bator space, and all my broodies (bantam) have at least 8 eggs, most have 12. Make me a reasonable offer, plus actual shipping, and they are yours! [​IMG]

    ETA: There are 28 eggs right now, I think [​IMG]
     
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  2. pdsavage

    pdsavage Sussex Monarch

    Mar 27, 2008
    NW,Missouri
    Gaaahhhhhh!!!!
    no space no space no space....
     
  3. shelleyd2008

    shelleyd2008 the bird is the word

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    Sorry, it seems I need to clarify that these are mixed breed bantams.

    Most of my birds are pure breeds, but they are still running the yard together, until I have the needed roos and hens, and wire for that matter [​IMG]
    There could possibly be some pure bred eggs in it, but it would be impossible to tell which are which. Most of the eggs I'm getting right now are from 2 silkie mixes, a pure dutch girl, and 3 golden sebright mixed girls. There is also an EE bantam hen and a blue OEGB hen that contribute to the lot. The roos available are a pure dutch, an OEG/dutch mix, a few EE bantam/dutch mixes, some OEGB (red pyle and a 'lemon' looking one), and a standard BBred phoenix roo. Oh yeah, and a white silkie roo. I am also getting an egg every few days from either a splash dutch that is with BTW jap, or a black silkie with BTW jap, not sure who the egg is from, though I'm pretty sure it's the silkie.

    Sorry for the confusion [​IMG]

    Oh, and there is also a silver sebright roo in the mix. [​IMG]
     
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