Auction-Sizzle eggs 12+

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by WestKnollAmy, Jan 20, 2012.

  1. WestKnollAmy

    WestKnollAmy The Crazy Chicken Lady Premium Member

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    Sizzlin' hot colors from 2 breeding pens. To be shipped on Monday 12+ eggs for your hatching pleasure! Soft curly feathers to pet and admire. Great backyard pets for children or adults. Gentle, sweet birds that can be kept in a tractor, coop or let out to free range. These attractive birds will have friends and family admiring and asking questions about your backyard beauties. Bid now to ensure you add some of these bantam birds to your flock.​
     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2012
  2. raimnel

    raimnel Chillin' With My Peeps

    um whats a sizzle? I see the pics, but what birds are used to make it?
     
  3. kasey08

    kasey08 Aunt Kasey's Farm

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    Silkie and a Frizzle right?
     
  4. WestKnollAmy

    WestKnollAmy The Crazy Chicken Lady Premium Member

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    Yes, I started with Frizzles and bred to my Silkies and then kept breeding back to Silkies for those qualities and any curly feather chicks were kept for breeding on that had good qualities. I am on my third generation and hatching out 4th generation and keeping some. Just had 17 more hatch yesterday. Blues, buffs and other colors.
     
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  5. Fly Be Free

    Fly Be Free Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I'm def interested. My bator should be here next week and I'm worried about them dying. :( I live in SC also and it'd be a perfect trip for them considering the short distance and the weather we're having.

    How long will they last after shipping? Also, will you have more later? Oh, and how do you want to be paid? Paypal okay?
     
  6. WestKnollAmy

    WestKnollAmy The Crazy Chicken Lady Premium Member

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    If your bator won't arrive until next week I would suggest waiting on the eggs. I never know when the girls will decide to give me eggs as they go broody now and again. These two pens have been laying through the winter with one or two girls trying to go broody but I kick them off the nest and they go back to laying.
    I hope to have eggs the following weekend and once you get your bator up and going and make sure it is stabilized for a few days then you will be ready to set some eggs but I would not want you to have these sitting and waiting though I often have left mine for several weeks in the cartons before setting in the bator. But that is me and I don't have as much invested and can always get more so if you would like some maybe we can plan for the 25th or 26th? I also have other breeds if you want to add some of those. I will collect fresher ones for you for that time frame, although these would probably do fine.
     
  7. Fly Be Free

    Fly Be Free Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Okay. That sounds great. I'm really interested in your silkies or sizzles. :) I have some peeps from Mc Murray coming in Feb. I got the 25 batch of layers. Mixed. I also ordered 4 mottled bantam cochins :) I pray that they don't give me 3 roos. LOL I'm expecting the order to come in via Fed Ex next week if it doesn't show today. Living in the country, as you know, sometimes they don't come on the weekends. Fed Ex isn't bad but UPS is too stuck up to come on a weekend.

    I love your place. :) You're like we are. Throw nothing away as you never know when it might come in handy next. :)
     
  8. webekittys

    webekittys New Egg

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    My husband will shoot me when he finds out but I'd like to bid $10.

    Buffy
     
  9. AreYouLoved

    AreYouLoved Chillin' With My Peeps

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    $15 ~ new here but I have 100% positive feedback on"FeeBay" if that makes you feel more confident in me as a bidder.

    Samantha in OK [​IMG]
     

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