Anyone in Michigan or NE Indiana have SS Hamburg or Mille Fleur OEGB?

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by henjoy, Oct 14, 2007.

  1. henjoy

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    I'm looking for a trio of either. I live in mid-Michigan and my in-laws live in Ft. Wayne area so I get there fairly often. Thanks!
     
  2. EweSheep

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    SSH bantams or LF?
     
  3. henjoy

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    I'd like LF if I can get them, EweSheep. Great name! Do you have sheep?
     
  4. EweSheep

    EweSheep Flock Mistress

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    Sorry cant help you there because I only got bantams....

    As for the EweSheep, it was my hubby's nick name when he calls me teasingly...HEY YOU SHEEP! I figured to twitch the words around EweSheep would be the one to use....and no I do not raise sheep or had any in my lifetime. Would not mind getting a Scottish Blackface sheep whether or doe for pet when we do live out in the country but they are so rare here in US.
     
  5. bjcoop

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    Sorry but what is LF? I have 4 ss hamburg hens that I would like to give away. To be fair, they are all treeroosting hens. lol They cause all sorts of mischief in the coop--when they want to eat they jump onto the back of a larger bird (until they are let in to eat), and they find ways to escape the coop--they are definitely organized.
    --bj [​IMG]
    ps: also have 2 golden wyandottes & 2 sg dorkings. Need to thin my flock before winter....
     
  6. henjoy

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    LF are full size birds. It sounds like your SS Hamburgs keep things lively at your place, BJ. Maybe they missed their true calling-- as entertainers and escape artists. Perhaps you could hire them out. lol I wish we were closer to you, I'd take them off your hands if they are LF. We have a covered run so there would be no tree roosting here though. I hope that you can find them a good home somewhere close to you.
     

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