7 pure CORONATION eggs! Free Shipping

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  1. Fourgirlsoneboy

    Fourgirlsoneboy Pullus Parvus

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    These eggs will ship Monday, Dec 20th! You will receive at least 7 pure coronation sussex eggs! Our coronation are huge, healthy, and they are gorgeous, friendly birds. I wrap each egg on bubble wrap and pack in packing peanuts. Although I get 95-100 hatching rate, I can't guarantee your hatching rate due to shipping, and I am not responsible for the eggs once the package has left my hands (its always a gamble, so please understand this before bidding)! Please pay within 24 of bidding, so I can get them in the mail to you [​IMG] I am not npip, but our birds are very healthy! I also ship in an unmarked box unless you specify otherwise. Thanks!! Lower 48 states only (thanks).
     
  2. heathersboers

    heathersboers Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Fourgirlsoneboy has Great packaging!! I thought it was Christmas getting into that one- very nice looking eggs- cant wait for the hatch!!!
     
  3. Fourgirlsoneboy

    Fourgirlsoneboy Pullus Parvus

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    Thanks [​IMG]! I hope every egg hatches for you!
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  4. Fourgirlsoneboy

    Fourgirlsoneboy Pullus Parvus

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    These are pure greenfire farms line (no splits) and the eggs are my F1. I will get some more pics tomorrow!
     
  5. cherylcohen

    cherylcohen The Omelet Ranch

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    great, how long have you been hatching from this group? Do you mind telling me how many roos you have on hens?
     
  6. Fourgirlsoneboy

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    1 roo-5 hens and I've been hatching for 3 months [​IMG]! We are in the middle of a snowstorm, but when it let's up I will take pic of our adults, juvies, and chicks [​IMG]! If this auction expires I'll be reposting it (I didn't mean for it to be one day [​IMG] )
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  7. rockinpaints

    rockinpaints Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi guys, it is my understanding that most everything you purchase came from splits (except imports from Canada). Paul Bradshaw only imported a few pure Coronations (extremely expensive to import poultry). [​IMG]
    Then spent the following 2 years crossing to the Lights then back again to the Coronations to increase the gene pool before offering them to the public - same with the Silvers- thus the Coronations that we have today. It was the only way to do it without breeding brother/sister for generations. There are a few breeders who have some stock from Canada and it makes for a nice cross to add to the gene pool when you can find them.

    ~Hope it was OK to add this info to your post~ [​IMG] Have a wonderful holiday season!!
     
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  8. cherylcohen

    cherylcohen The Omelet Ranch

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    Quote:Good to know, I had no idea!
     
  9. Fourgirlsoneboy

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    It is good to know! In that case, they haven't been split since I've had them [​IMG]!
     

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