Bantam Cochin chicks~ Splash and Mille Fleur~sexed~5-8 weeks old~MD

Funky Feathers

former Fattie
11 Years
Jan 15, 2009
6,151
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My Coop
I have many Cochin Banties 5-8 weeks old, Splash and Mille Fleur for sale. Local pickup preferred, but will ship for actual shipping costs if it's not too hot. I am on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Do not hit the "buy it now" button, just PM me if you want to buy any. I can ship as many or as few as you want, even just one. My Mille Fleur pullets are $15 each, the ones with more white ("Calico" ) are $20 each. Cockerels are $5 for regular MF, $10 for "Calico". The MFC's are older than the Splash. The splash are 5-6 weeks old, I have a few that are a week old. Splash are $10 for pullets, $5 for cockerels. I take cash at pickup or Instant Paypal (kendalls123@peoplepc.com) for shipping. I cannot sell/ship to VA. These are very beautiful birds, check out my stock on my website. Buy 5 get one free. Thanks for looking. NPIP# 51-370, papers included. PM me if interested or with any questions.

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daytonfarm

Songster
11 Years
Sep 8, 2008
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I am interested in your cochin's but I'm learning about colors, can the ones that you are selling be shown? We are looking for show quality for my daughter to show at the fair. We had a whole flock that was lost in a fire in January and so now we are starting over. We had two LF buff cochins before but they were not quite a year old when they died, but they were our absolute favorites, are bantams similiar in temperment? We free range and always had large fowl so the hawks wouldn't bother them do you think this would be a problem with bantam cochins? We do live in MD and could pick up.
Carolyn
 

Funky Feathers

former Fattie
11 Years
Jan 15, 2009
6,151
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311
Maryland
My Coop
Hi, I did not get my Splash from a top SQ breeder. Therefore I do not consider them show quality, but breeder quality. On the Mille Fleurs, they are a project color, a new variety that has not been recognized by the APA/ABA. So there is no such thing as SQ in that color. Several people are working on them, but they are still a work in progress. Type is not perfect like on the Whites, Blacks & Buffs. I suppose they might do well in a 4-H show. It would be up to you to pick out the ones you think are the best I have. PM me if you want to come here & see them. I think they have great personalities and they are great layers & broodies.
 

chicken boy sam

Songster
10 Years
Dec 21, 2009
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How much would it be to ship to 06437 or southern Connecticut including the box? Would the splash cochin girls be friends with my bantam buff Cochin and my belgian bearded d'anver bantam? I've been looking for a friend for them forever.....
 

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