Bantam Frizzle Polish

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by Tonya, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. Tonya

    Tonya Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Auction for 12 eggs I can sell theses anyway you want them all one kind or the other or mixed.

    (Bantams) I have a White frizzle polish roo over white crested black/blue Bantam Frizzle Polish eggs these girls sometimes throw a splash.

    (Bantams) I also have Buff laced bantam polish theses will not be frizzle ( I don't think ) but they carry the frizzle gene 3 frizzle roosters were killed by a sly fox last week hopefully will be hatching a new roo next week so its a long time coming on the buff frizzle but they are cute smooth also.

    Monday April 28th @ 3:00 pm central standard time would love to get them in the mail Tue or Wed morning first thing so the sooner i get paypal the faster i can mail them (note these are not small bantams)
    I ship using bubble wrap for safety and insulation.
    In the Buff laced pen i have a smooth buff laced roo over smooth hens that all have the (frizzle gene)
    And in the White Crested Black I have A White frizzle roo over white crested black and white crested blue smooth hens one of the girls is a blue crested that is bearded.
    I have hatched some of these out and fertility is great.
    These will ship(after verifying pay pal pmt) through USPS priority.
    Please pay pal as soon as possible eggs are time sensitive [email protected] Winner pays $12.00 shipping. I'm sure I will get more than 12 if the girls keep up like they have been but no guarantee.

    Due to things beyond my control there is no guarantee on your hatch. I will do all I can on my end to make sure your eggs get to you safe and sound.
     
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  2. vickifiveoh

    vickifiveoh Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Cris290 Chillin' With My Peeps

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  4. vickifiveoh

    vickifiveoh Chillin' With My Peeps

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    chlskt Chillin' With My Peeps

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  6. wanttobefarmer

    wanttobefarmer Chillin' With My Peeps

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    $30 and I wanted to know if the buff laced carrying the frizzle gene has as much of a chance of hatching frizzled chicks as the ones with a frizzled roo. Thanks
     
  7. tazcat70

    tazcat70 I must be crazy!

    No, if the gene is present in their make up, it will show. In other words, just because a smooth bird had a frizzle parent, doesn't mean it has the frizzle gene. If it isn't frizzled they don't have it. Just like the barring gene.
     
  8. Hot2Pot

    Hot2Pot Fox Hollow Rabbitry

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    I have a question, are you breeding frizzle to frizzle? I thought if you do that, you can get frazzles, which have feather problems. But I could be wrong, so that's why I ask.
     
  9. Tonya

    Tonya Chillin' With My Peeps

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    No I'm not breading a frizzle to a frizzle because yes you can get a frazzle
     
  10. wanttobefarmer

    wanttobefarmer Chillin' With My Peeps

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    So if one of the buff laced is not frizzled ( the roo or hen) none of them will be frizzled? I am interested in a buff laced frizzle and I was under the impression from the add that I had a good chance of getting one because they carried the frizzle gene. Can someone clarify here. Thanks
     
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