Black Jersey Giant

Wandering Creek

Hatching
Jan 21, 2020
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My Black Jersey Giant has passed away and I am looking a replacement. Does anyone have a Rooster that needs a home?
 

Acre4Me

Free Ranging
Nov 12, 2017
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Western Ohio
I’ll be selling our nearly 2 yo BJG rooster in the spring. However, I’m in OH, so too far.

I’ll suggest you see what places are within driving distance to you. Try fb search for farms (can’t sell on fb) and might see posted pics of what you are interested in - meaning they may have BJG on farm and may have some extra. Some list on CL, which does allow selling animals. Alternatively, check out the Jersery Giant club for a directory of members and some may be within driving distance.
 

VictoriaTemple

Songster
Aug 27, 2018
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Southern Chester County, PA
Jersey Giant? If you find one, can you let me know? I need a couple more hens!

The National Jersey Giant Club won’t help you unless you join as a member, this I know from experience. Of course, you can join for $15, then you get a member directory.

You can also try the NPIP website. They list according to breed.

Good luck!:thumbsup
 

Trimurtisan

Chief Chicken Choker
May 22, 2019
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A cypress swamp in FL
The livestock Conservancy has a directory that anybody can use. If you're looking for Heritage breeds it's a fantastic way to find them.
 

Trevorusn

Songster
Apr 15, 2019
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New Hampshire
I will say this, finding good JG breeders is a hunt for sure. Most only stay local it seems or only ship hatching eggs, finding started birds is tough. I've found one breeder who I may go with, she has basically been the only one who not only has eggs, chicks, and young birds.but will ship nationally and has black, blue, white and splash varieties. The NPIP is a good starting point, but like I said JG breeders are not exactly numerous sadly.
 
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