6+ SQ Light Sussex/Coronation Sussex Hatching Eggs

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  1. Rare Feathers Farm

    Rare Feathers Farm Overrun With Chickens

    Rare Feathers Farm is proud to offer:

    6+ Hatching eggs from my rare breeds flock. I have two Coronation Sussex pullets in with my light Sussex and one split light Sussex pullet. I will always provide extras, as well.

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    My rooster is HUGE Light Sussex and my Light Sussex hens are quite large as well. I purchased these directly from Paul Bradshaw of Green Fire Farms in the fall of 2009, they are 100% Bradshaw lines. These are NOT HATCHERY birds but Australian import lines. These are very friendly, hardy birds that are great layers of brown eggs. I do show my birds and I cull to the APA standard. I do not breed birds that I could not take to a show and do well with!

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    The eggs are fertile & shipped fresh!

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    These are PUREBRED, QUALITY birds from excellent stock (private breeders)--NOT HATCHERY BIRDS!

    Hatching Info:

    Chicken eggs take 21 days to hatch!

    Additional Shipping Info:

    Each egg will be individually wrapped to prevent breakage while they are in transit. I will send any/all extras just in case any of the eggs do crack or break. I will ship the eggs as close to the beginning of the week as possible (I ship on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & sometimes, on Thursdays) so they will not sit at the post office over the weekend. If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail me, I will be more than happy to answer you!

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    I ONLY SHIP WITHIN THE U.S., SORRY I CANNOT SHIP TO HAWAII OR PR.

    Fine Print:

    I guarantee fresh eggs of the breed auctioned. However, I cannot guarantee hatch-ability due to many variables out of my control after the eggs leave my farm--such as shipping & handling, incubation equipment, and incubation methods. Remember, these are TEST eggs.

    I cannot guarantee hatch-ability due to many variables out of my control after the eggs leave my farm-shipping, incubation equipment, and incubation methods.

    Patience

    Please remember I am not a 24-hour fast food place where you can order and expect service immediately! I am doing this as a hobby and I work as fast and efficiently as the time allows. I do have a 40+ hour per week "real job." I cannot guarantee specific availability dates, as I cannot guarantee the laying rate of each of the many breeds that I have. I will get to each and every person that places an order - in the order the date that I receive that order through the web store.

    PAYMENT AND SHIPPING POLICY:

    PayPal only please, NO E-CHECKS! Eggs are TIME-SENSITIVE & CANNOT SIT AROUND FOR A WEEK WAITING FOR CHECKS TO CLEAR without comprising hatch-ability! Please READ THIS & UNDERSTAND PRIOR TO BIDDING!

    Payment must be received within 2 days of auction end or item will be re-listed & negative feedback WILL be left!

    GOOD LUCK & HAPPY HATCHING!

    **I wanted to add that if there is an issue with these, please let me know prior to leaving me feedback.

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  2. discoveregg

    discoveregg Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Do your Coronation Sussex have a lavender gene in them or blue?
    Thanks -
     
  3. Rare Feathers Farm

    Rare Feathers Farm Overrun With Chickens

    Lavender...

    Lavender X Lavender = 100% Lavender offspring

    Lavender X Split = 50% Lavender, 50% Split offspring

    Lavender X Black = 100% Split offspring

    Split X Black = 50% Split, 50% Black offspring

    Split X Split = 25% Lavender, 50% Split, 25% Black offspring
     
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  4. discoveregg

    discoveregg Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have eggs in my bator that are Coronation (Blue) Sussex. These eggs came from Paul's Rare Poultry in Concord, CA. The rooster came from Green Fire Farms and I am looking forward to exploring this line [​IMG]
    Thanks!
     
  5. discoveregg

    discoveregg Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Thanks - but this is the recipe I'm looking for [​IMG]

    Chicks will be white at first.
    Then they will either be blue feathered or black (Coronation or Light Sussex)

    Black x Black = 100% Black
    Black x Blue = 50% Black, 50% Blue

    Blue x Blue = 50% Blue, 25% Black and 25% Splash

    Splash x Black = 100% Blue

    Splash x Blue = 50% Splash and 50% Blue

    Splash x Splash = 100% Splash

    Whats really nice is eventually you will get a almost all white Sussex (SPLASH)
     

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