Buff Brahma Pairs

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by geareduplyn, Jun 13, 2009.

  1. geareduplyn

    geareduplyn Songster

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    I have available several pairs of my 'Droid Chickens available. These will be Pick Up only. I would ship them, but they are almost as big as I am and it would probably cost a fortune to ship. They are Just starting to lay. $65.00 per pair.

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  2. BlackBart

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    Oh Man! I so wish I lived closer !! those are on my wish list.

    Beautiful birds [​IMG]
     
  3. rubyjane

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    wow what beauties [​IMG] my favorite. hoping thats what i've got. my dream chicken [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  4. rodriguezpoultry

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    *Dies a little inside*

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  5. PlumTuckered

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    WOW!! Those are gorgeous birds! I wish I lived closer!

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  6. greathorse

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    Gary I got a mess of eggs from you that included RIR, Cochin and possibly some Buff Brahma. I do not have enough experience yet to tell the Brahma from the Cochin, but if there are a couple of Brahma would they be from this breeding?

    BTW there was real decent fertility on the eggs but the hatch was very poor as there were a lot of cells that were loosey goosey to say the least. A lot started but did not finish. I hope I have a couple of those droids in the ones I hatched.

    I am not being the least bit critical, the woes of high altitude hatching are well documented. For shipped eggs I was very happy


    Thanks in advance
     
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  7. rodriguezpoultry

    rodriguezpoultry Langshan Lover

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    Greathorse, you can tell the Brahmas from the cochins by looking at their combs.

    The Cochins have a single comb whereas the Brahmas will have a pea comb. (Relatively speaking...the ones with the combs you can see are the ones that are Cochins.)
     
  8. greathorse

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    Thanks, that helps me a lot. Tells you how much I know about these breeds. I saw some pics of Gary's Cochin and a great deal on some eggs and got an assortment. I have no business having any of them as I will now need to build a pen when they grow out, but they were some awesome birds.

    If there are a couple of those droids in this bunch that would be really cool as well.

    Thanks again
     
  9. cochinbantam-lover

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    What beautiful chickens!!!!
     
  10. geareduplyn

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    Last chance. They are going to the Auction Saturday
     

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