6 Am', 12 Frizz, 12 NN eggs / Am' & NN sold, Frizz still available

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Dipsy Doodle Doo, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. 12 bantam Frizzle eggs ---
    frizzled blue and black hens with a lemon blue Cochin roo (hens are Cochins, Cochin x Silkie crosses, and NN x Cochin x Silkie crosses)

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    more pics of parents:
    https://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=17-Frizzle_Cochin

    12 bantam Naked Neck eggs --- sold to Tami, Thanks!
    blue and black dark-skinned naked neck x Silkie cross hens with 2 Naked Neck roos, a blue/gold red-skinned frizzled roo and a black dark-skinned Silkie cross roo.
    Chicks may be frizzled or smooth, silkie feathered or regular feathered, dark-skinned or red-skinned, crested or non-crested...

    Price is $15. per doz (or $1.25 per egg) plus 'actual shipping'.
    If you are interested, email or post a zip code and I'll plug it into usps postcalc to get a total.

    Thanks,
    Lisa
    [email protected]
     
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  2. tiffanyh

    tiffanyh Songster

    Apr 8, 2007
    Connecticut
    Dispy,
    on the NN bantams, do you usually end up with a high # of NN frizzles? Is you frizzle daddy usually busy?

    I really want NN frizzles, bantams would be great. C*&P! I should wait until spring!!!! Do you take advance orders? Can I get on an order waiting list?
     
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  3. [​IMG] The Frizz NN boy stays pretty busy. Anytime you breed frizzle to smooth, you get 50% frizz and 50% smooth and since there are 2 roos in the pen, that would likely drop the % of frizzles to 25% (I think. I haven't hatched any from that pen since I added the Frizz roo.).
    Just tell me when you'd like them shipped and I'll mark it on the calender.

    Thanks!
    Lisa
     
  4. tiffanyh

    tiffanyh Songster

    Apr 8, 2007
    Connecticut
    I really want these! But it is so inconvinent this time of year. If I wait til May, one of my Buff Orps is sure to go brody!

    Can I have some in April or May? Whatever mix is more likely to give me some NN frizzle bantams. I know the percentages are low, but I am willing to take a change in the name of incubation and hatching! [​IMG]

    Although, if no one claims these I can be easily swayed!! [​IMG]
     
  5. lexustami

    lexustami Songster

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    Lisa,

    I will take 12 of the NN's. Zip Code 43950

    The ones I hatched out earlier are so adorable!!

    Thanks.

    Tami
     
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  6. Gotcha down, Tami! The total shipped to 43950 is $20.95. I'll send you the DC# when I get back from the PO tomorrow.
    Tiffany, I'll mark it on the calender and contact you first week of April to see if you're still interested, OK?

    Oh, I also have 6 extra Ameraucana eggs that I can ship tomorrow morning. Same price, $1.25 per egg ($7.50), plus shipping.
    Speak up if your interested! --- sold to Tami, Thanks!
     
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  7. countyroad1330

    countyroad1330 Thunder Snow 2009!

    Oct 15, 2007
    Oklahoma!
    What color are the Ameraucanas? Are they pure bred?
     
  8. lexustami

    lexustami Songster

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    Oh why not. I will take them!

    Thanks.

    Tami
     
  9. lexustami

    lexustami Songster

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    Double post.
     
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  10. Yes, they are pure-bred (at least as far as I know). I have 11 blues, 2 splashes, and 1 black Am' hen with a black Am' roo (I also have a blue Am' roo in the pen, but he has an ear infection and isn't doing much mating).

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    Email me if you are interested. I'll have a doz Wed and another doz Fri.

    Tami, I'll email you a new total.
    Thanks!!
    Lisa
     

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