Black Penedesenca Chicks TX.

josh44

Songster
11 Years
Jun 16, 2008
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San Antonio Texas
I am offeing up a very limmited bunch of
Black Penedesenca chicks, ages are from day old - 2 wk old
I was testing out their fertility and hatch rate,
And as you may have already guess it.


Our hatches turned out a little too well
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Parent will also be on site.
Pick Up Only, on chicks, I can ship Hatching Eggs if needed.

My penedesencas are from the

J.T Matthew's bloodline/my own line, Angelo Pasqually, and Hendricks lines.

Penedesencas originate from spain and crittically RARE they are one of the
five breeds of chickens in the world, know for laying dark brown eggs.

Their egg color varries from terracotta to a chocolate color, and
Egg production is through the roof. The hens have been laying all year round with little to no breaks.
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I will also be selling hatching eggs at your request,
We are currently building up a waiting list on hatching eggs.
Hatching eggs will be available
as soon as the girls/hens are ready.
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Thanks for reading,
BYC.
 
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josh44

Songster
11 Years
Jun 16, 2008
1,710
49
181
San Antonio Texas
Not yet I heard you had some awesome looking SQ chickens,
and the spanish from what I have heard are very nice.
I am hoping to go see them, with in the next week or two.
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josh44

Songster
11 Years
Jun 16, 2008
1,710
49
181
San Antonio Texas
Black Penedesenca Eggs are $60 a doz. w/ free shipping included.
Chicks are $8 ea. St. Run.

I have half doz / 6 fresh eggs ready to go by tomorrow,
6 + 2 extra eggs.

8 eggs for $35.
 

josh44

Songster
11 Years
Jun 16, 2008
1,710
49
181
San Antonio Texas
Hatching eggs are $35 for half a doz.
and $60 for a full doz.

All My hens are starting
to pick up on the egg laying, we had a cool front
blow in a few days ago.
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were ready to send some eggs
when ever your ready.

Thank for reading.
 

longranger

Songster
10 Years
Apr 23, 2009
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laguna hills CA
How is the temperament on your penedesencas? Are they very flighty like the creles, wheaton and partridge penedesencas? If not I am highly interested.
 

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