8+ Buff Chantecler "test" eggs

shelleyb1969

Star Bright Farm
11 Years
Jul 24, 2008
4,460
27
261
Brown City, Michigan (Thumb)
This is my first time offering eggs from my Chantecler flock. I have a partridge Chantecler hen in this buff pen, so there is a possibility of hatching red Chantecler, too. My breeders are from excellent quality stock...Blehm, Gilbert, and Rennolet. I currently have some of these eggs in the incubator and they're developing nicely...so fertility is confirmed in this flock.

I'm calling these "test" eggs due to this being my first time shipping this breed of eggs. Paypal payment must be received within 2 hours of auction's end....otherwise, the backup bidder will be offered the eggs. Following the close of the auction, I will pm the winning bidder with Paypal payment instructions. Due to the many variables involved with shipped hatching eggs, I am not responsible for your hatch rate. Nor am I responsible for eggs that are damaged by the postal service while in transit.

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shelleyb1969

Star Bright Farm
11 Years
Jul 24, 2008
4,460
27
261
Brown City, Michigan (Thumb)
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That's another wonderful quality of Chantecler. NO chance for frostbitten combs.
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And my birds don't seem to mind the snow at all. Unless the wind is brutal, the Chants are always out roaming around.
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HallFamilyFarm

APA ETL#195
10 Years
Jan 25, 2010
5,683
84
311
Monticello, Arkansas
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Chantecler do not have Pea Combs. They have Cushion Combs.

A pea comb is geneticly a PP.

A rose comb is a RR.

A Chantecler's Cushion Comb is a RRPP. Basicly an almost absence of a comb and wattles.
 

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