8+ Bantam Buff Brahma Eggs N P I P / Mo

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  1. ugly ducky

    ugly ducky Chillin' With My Peeps

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    8+ Bantam Buff Brahma eggs. Excellent fertiltiy and hatchability. My breeders are from the best bloodlines around....Arbuckle / Rust & Bill Bowman lines. Very likely to produce show quality offspring. Super gentle, calm birds that are excellent for anyone to handle. I pack my eggs VERY carefully, and mark the boxes clearly for the P.O. PayPal to [email protected] at end of auction, and I'll get them right out to you.

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  2. JosieChick

    JosieChick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    They are gorgeous!!
     
  3. josiemare

    josiemare Out Of The Brooder

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    Much to my surprise, my BB roo has taken a shining to my EE girls. I am setting up the bator for a hatch. If this doesn't go well, I will be getting some of these when the bator is empty!

    These Girls are gorgeous. My Roo is very handsome, not as much so as this Roo!

    I am drooling now!

    I am curious to see what my birds will look like.....BB/EE!
     
  4. Chic-n-farmer

    Chic-n-farmer Showers of Blessings

    I just wanted to pop in here and tell you, Ugly Ducky, that my Brahmas are growing beautifully! When I lost my flock to dogs I was heartbroken and I didn't think I would find their quality again. I am so grateful to you. Thanks!
     
  5. tallyho

    tallyho Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I'm drooling and soooo tempted but I have only one incubator and it's busy with just a couple of eggs. Are your girls laying well and will you have this auction up again? Love them!
     
  6. ugly ducky

    ugly ducky Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Thank you, everyone for the compliments on my birds. The girls have just gone through a molt, so I'm hoping they will keep laying for a while, and as long as they do, I'll have more to auction. The next batch is already spoken for, but after that, we'll have to see.
     

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