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Discussion in 'Chicken Breeders & Hatcheries' started by djcap, Oct 13, 2017.
Hi I am sorry about your hen, I will sell you hatching eggs if you want?
I am in Northwest Oklahoma and am going to be having blue partridge brahma chicks next spring. My breeding pen will consist a blue, splash, and black at the moment. My roo is a blue partridge. I am also possibly going to be working on blue cuckoo brahma projects. I have hatched out several this year. If you were interested in something like those I could have them hatched for you in 21 days.
Blue Cuckoo Roo Growout....he is about 2 1/2 months.
The blue roo at a week or so with the blue hens
Same group at about 1 month
Blue cuckoo about 1 month
Blue hen 1 month
I posted some information for you above. Also forgot to tell you there is a wonderful Blue partridge breeder around Oklahoma City. She is where I purchased mine from.
I raise them! My guys are hugh! I love them..they are my dab. My roos are bubba and booger>he was a bit of a booger during adolesence, i had to snatch him around a bit for tryin to pic a fight w/me< my roos are gold partridge zet w%blue/gold hens.i do sell/ship eggs..i also have some blue cockerals...but I do not ship..im in va
Your hens are beautiful! Love the pic of chicks in dinosaur mode lol.
Here's a nice photo...this was one of my roos as a cockeral
LOL! I have a brooder of the poor naked babies right now.
Do you mean spring 2018 or 2019? I'm still looking for Partridge Brahma chicks or eggs or young birds. What are your prices?
Hi , that is an absolutely gorgeous bird. I am about the get a few Brahmas .. I was thinking of the light , And perhaps a buff. I am new to the breed , but like everything I’ve read about them. May I ask where you got this gorgeous color? I have had Cochins and love them , but wanted to ad something new . How is the disposition of the Brahma? Do you have any advice on where to get them ? I am not leaving looking to show but would like them to be pretty . Thanks in advance for any advice. , Shellie Johnson