4-6 month old Easter Eggers and BlkAustralorps 4 Sale-Calaveras County

Alpensteadbernese

Hatching
10 Years
Aug 30, 2009
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I have some very pretty Easter Eggers and several Black Australorps for sale. These pullets vary from 4-6 months some have started laying. While not tame, they were hand-raised and are used to being handled. They have been wormed and vaccinated and would make a nice addition to any backyard flock. I've decided to focus on exhibition birds and need to make some room before the winter snows arrive. $20 each. Buy five, and I'll give you a 6th one for free. I prefer local pick-up but I am willing to meet you part way. 209.480.6347
 

Rodeoclown1189

Songster
10 Years
Sep 24, 2009
261
0
121
East TN
not to be rude or anything but $20 is a bit steep for 1 hen about the highest i have seen for a hen is $15 and the least $7 unless they are young pullets then it could be lower
 

Jenski

Songster
11 Years
Jun 17, 2008
2,177
19
181
Middle Tennessee
Quote:Rodeo, $20 may be just fine in Calaveras County . . . which is, I believe, all the way across the country from you.

OP, you may wish to add your state to the topic line. Might help you get more hits.
Good luck!
 

CTChick

Songster
10 Years
Oct 5, 2009
116
1
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Shelton
$20 is going rate for laying/older pullets here in CT. Just wanted to chime in! But then, our local feed shop is selling $1,800 Amish-made chicken ccops like they are going out of style (me, I built mine!). But still ... those are some expensive eggs dontcha think???

6 laying hens: $120
DesignerChicken coop: $1,800
Hours spent watching pet chickes: Priceless!

Laura
 

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