Belgian d'Anvers -cockerels FREE- 5 colors -P'bgh-can meet

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  1. bantyshanty

    bantyshanty Oval Office Courier

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    I have D'Anver RARE colored cockerels in the following colors & ages:

    Quail D'Anver, 3 1/2 mos., 2 mos.
    Dun Quail D'anver, 2 mos.
    Lavender D'Anver, 3 1/2 mos.
    White w/ Lav. gene D'Anver 3 1/2 mos
    Mille Fleur D'Anver 2 1/2 mos.

    All are gentle & sweet, docile when held. All but the Quail are rare colors.
    All but the Quail are from Boggy Bottom bantams.
    They are all breeding quality, possibly show quality, vaccinated against Marek's,
    and raised on an organic diet with extra bugs, greens & fruits.

    I'll offer $10 per cockerel that I'll pay for someone to rehome each one and not use them for food,
    unless they have serious behavior issues.
    That way, you can have a couple months' food paid for for them. They eat light, too.

    White d'Anver
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    Lavender d'Anver
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    Mille Fleur d'Anver
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    Quail d'Anver
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    Dun Quail d'Anver has more rust on him, pic available on request.
    One Dun Quail came out cinnamon & white mottled on his wings. Really rare & pretty!

    I'm giving them away because my neighbors have complained to me about rooster crows --midday, as they sleep in the garage-- so I
    can only keep hens. This will get them out of my house. I had wanted to breed three colors, but due to the neighbor, I'll have to discontinue my breeding project. I'm semi-rural, but she's not.

    I can meet up to an hour's drive from Pittsburgh, No shipping, please.

    PM me for more info.
     
  2. teddiliza

    teddiliza Chillin' With My Peeps

    What pretty boys! Tell her to wear earplugs! Too bad you aren't closer to Missouri, they are gorgeous!
     
  3. bantyshanty

    bantyshanty Oval Office Courier

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    Thank you! Funny thing is, this neighbor is a quarter mile away, across the road, and her husband, nearly 80, goes out and mows their lawn every morning at 9 a.m. No exceptions, unless it's raining or snowing.
    She doesn't notice the noise of the gas- powered mower, but some 20 oz cockerels are bothering her?
    Anyway, they all got a great home today on a farm in the country!
     

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