Bad, Bad, BYC! I just ordered 26 Chicks!

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by SussexInSeattle, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. SussexInSeattle

    SussexInSeattle Chillin' With My Peeps

    Oct 6, 2008
    I am so asking for trouble here! I just simply CALLED M McM for some info on a wish list I was making and somehow I wound up ordering 25 chicks plus my Free Mystery Chick!

    It's all You's Guy's Faults! [​IMG]

    You know how you all are! You know you were all in my ear telling me Do It! Do It! Do It! [​IMG]

    Now; wait til you hear my list coming!!!![​IMG]

    I got :

    8 Red Leghorns
    5 White Frizzles [​IMG]
    4 Silver Spangled Hamburgers [​IMG]
    4 Buff Minorcas
    2 Silver Dorkies [​IMG]
    2 St Blue Cochins [​IMG]

    Plus the one of who knows what

    My list that I really wanted was so far off of this, I really wanted Golden Campines, White Leghorns, Salmon Faverolles, and Blue Andalusians. ( As well as the frizzles, dorkies and cochins)

    It was like buying donuts at Krispy Kremes right after church-- They were outta everything Good! Is it legal to re-home some on Craigslist after I get them started? Or do you have to make lists due to that Avian Flu? Anyone know?
  2. meezermom

    meezermom Out Of The Brooder

    Jan 23, 2009
    Roy WA
    Aint it the way???? [​IMG]

    Getting chix is like CONTAGIOUS or something....[​IMG]

    Have fun with the new babies - and yes, you can re-home them on craigslist...I use them for re-homing rescues
  3. SussexInSeattle

    SussexInSeattle Chillin' With My Peeps

    Oct 6, 2008
    Thanx Meeez, I didn't know if you had to keep a list due to the bird flu? have you ever heard that? Reason I ask is that I bought chicks from some private woman last Fall and she had kept this list. Turned out the chicks I got from her were loaded with Coccidiosis, lucky me!
  4. Lairvine

    Lairvine Out Of The Brooder

    Apr 17, 2007
    The Original Downeast NC
    You can sell them on Craigslist. you just can't sell pets. The farm and garden section is where you list them. Livestock sales are permitted.

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