Black mottled split to Mille fleur bantam cochin hen

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by ShysCreations, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. ShysCreations

    ShysCreations Chillin' With My Peeps

    At auction is a March 2010 hatch bantam cochin hen. Black mottled split to mille fleur. She has full toes/toenails with yellow bottomed feet and greenish legs. Her body type is fairly good and better than the pure mille fleur hen I listed as well. Just coming off broodiness and may still be clucking grumpily. You can see her parents--Beans & Chief--on my BYC page. Am working on a buff/splash silkie project or I'd certainly not let her go--just don't have all the room I'd like [​IMG]
    Shipping is included in the auction price (less confusion for a buyer) THe box is a new USPS approved shipping box. I include melon in the box for moisture. Paypal only to [email protected] w/n 12 hrs of auction end. Please ask if any questions.

    This is her from above [​IMG]

    More pics of birds here http://s651.photobucket.com/albums/uu231/prairielover
     
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  2. ShysCreations

    ShysCreations Chillin' With My Peeps

    If the same buyer wins both hens I have at auction, I'll help you save on shipping. The hens coop together so would ship with one another just fine. Shipping for the 2 hens would be $65.
     
  3. ShysCreations

    ShysCreations Chillin' With My Peeps

    I'd like to save a buyer shipping if they buy more than one bird. I've felt $65 shipping is too much for a single animal. When I put the hens at auction, I priced them as if single bird shipping($45). So the purchase price of a hen is less $45 at final auction. If there are 3 buyers, each pays the final auction price listed; if 2 buyers (one person has a single bird at final auction price and the other buyer has 2 birds where shipping is $65 (take off $45/bird in final auction); if 1 buyer...take off $45 per bird in final auction & shipping is $77 for all 3 together in a new, large, view window shipping box
     
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