These birds are so, so pretty! My husband, who is not a chickeny sorta guy, loves them, and they are the only ones he's ever commented on - he says the rooster is just striking, and the hens are also very pretty. He doens't even know what breed they are (that man just cracks me up). Anyway...these are pet quality, and came from Sandhill Preservation. They were gifted to me by a very good friend - I'd often talked about wanting a few, and she had placed an order with Sandhill...a day after her chicks arrived, she called to tell me that guess what - she had gotten 3 Tomaru Longcrowers as packing peanuts (hmmmm....now isn't that curious?). She swears she did not order them, but had no need for them, so she gifted them to me. I got super lucky with a trio! (again....hm.......). I have really enjoyed them, and an liking them more and more as time passes. They are intelligent & curious, but are a tiny bit flighty. Much better layers than I thought they would be, and their lay schedule is odd - I don't know if it's just mine, or if this is typical of Longcrowers, but mine will lay 5-6 eggs per week for 3-4 weeks, and then take a couple weeks off, then start again. Eggs are creamy tan, probably medium in size. I have had one go broody - she was easy to break, and hasn't gone broody again. [bold]Auction terms: This is a PayPal only auction - please do not bid unless you are able to pay via PayPal. Payment is due by 5 p.m. Eastern time the date the auction ends. Eggs will be shipped out the next day, using USPS Priority Mail, with Delivery Confirmation.[/bold] Here are more pics: Broody stinkeye: Thanks for looking!!