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6+ Partridge, Porcelin, & Blue partridge Silkie eggs!

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by jenlynn4, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. jenlynn4

    jenlynn4 Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 12, 2007
    PA
    Up for auction are eggs from myPartridge pen which includes standard partridge, Blue Partridge, and Fawn or porcelin. Check out the pics and see all the colors. Eggs will ship out Saturday. Eggs will be packed with care to ensure they arrive to you unbroken, but unfortunately I cannot guarentee your personal success rate because of the many hazards of shipping and incubation. All I can guarentee is that your eggs are packed very carefully and are fresh and fertile when they leave here. I just set 36 eggs in my personal incubator a couple weeks ago and 32 of the 36 are growing along nicely. ONe got a blood ring and the others were clear. So fertility is good at this time. (the ones that were clear were blue/splash). So if your interrested check out the pics and see if these are for you! Paypal goes to: [email protected] at auction end. Thank you for looking! JEN


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    Last edited: Oct 28, 2010
  2. sharkindawata

    sharkindawata New Egg

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    Oct 29, 2008
    I'm still watching your auctions. These birds are just too beautiful. I have a question though, I see these also include porcelains. I don't see any lavenders on your website, can you post some pics please? Thanks!
     
  3. sharkindawata

    sharkindawata New Egg

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    Hi, I noticed this is also advertising fawns, I wouldn't consider myself a newbie, but I still haven't got everything down yet, so I'm not entirely sure what a "fawn" looks like, they all look partridge or blue partridge to me. Can you please explain this? I'm sorry if I seem like I'm nagging. I just see a bunch of silkie auctions and want to be set on one [​IMG]
     

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