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onthespot

Deluxe Dozens
11 Years
Mar 29, 2008
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Riverside/Norco, CA
Please do not hit the buy it now button, and no need to bid. Just PM me with what you want. This is to offer my $3 eggs for sale. You may mix 'n match the following breeds in any combination that suits your fancy, if the girls are willing and can fill your order. Pre-sales welcome, but I am scatterbrained and will ask you five times when you paid and what you got, LOL. Extras always included. Broken eggs in shipments cheerfully refunded. Paypal preferred, but other payment methods accepted. No eggs leave before they are paid for, checks clear, e-checks clear, etc... shipping eggs is a gamble. I do not guarantee hatch, but will work with people who have had a poor outcome and are willing to pay shipping on another batch.

Here are my $3 egg breeds that are currently laying.

F2 bantam mille fleur cochins, mottled hens, MF roo. You should get around half mottled, half some sort of brown color with spots on the rest.

Barred Olive Eggers: These are great for people who want olive eggs but also keep Ameraucanas, because you will never mix up the two breeds, (ameraucanas don't come in barred, ever) and you can also sex the chicks at hatching and save yourself half the feed bill up to the point of crowing or laying an egg or growing hackles and saddle feathers. The eggs vary in color from blue/green, olive green, khaki and deeper olive green. Sometimes they are lightly speckled.

Blue Olive eggers: Splash Ameracuana roo in with marans hens. ALL babies hatch out blue, have beards and pea combs. ALL will lay olive eggs. They look just like ameraucanas, except there may be some slight feather stubs on the lower legs.

Mottled Javas: These wonderful birds have been around homes, farms, ranches and pantations since the days of George Washington and before. Once one of the most popular dual purpose bird in this country, they were the foundation stock of several best loved American breeds like the barred rock and several others. They are great foragers and friendly enough to make pets of. Out of all my varieties they are my best layers. Their eggs are lightly tinted, mostly ivory colored and they lay the most per hen of any of my flocks. They come from exhibition stock and are a very rare breed. Be sure to add some of this wonderful variety to your order!

Bizarre EE eggs: This selection includes a blue spangled hen in with my barred olive egger roo, a black naked neck hen in with my splash ameraucana roo, a very large, gentle splash hen that was supposed to be a marans but laid too light, in with my splash Ameracuana roo, and pure Copper Black marans that lay too light of an egg, but are in with a pure copper black rooster who hatched from a very dark egg, so you could hit it lucky with those. No telling. The naked neck has a fifty fifty chance with each egg of producing a NN olive egger. All those eggs will hatch out a blue, bearded green egg layer, but you might luck out and get Naked!

White Showgirl/Silkie eggs: I only have one hen laying, but she doesn't lay every day. The hens are SQ, the roo is quite nice but has a pea comb, not a walnut comb. Very limited availability on those, but I'd be happy to include some with an order if you "need" some, LOL.

Large Fowl Dark Brahma eggs: Only one pullet laying. Eggs occasionally. These are not from show stock but are very nice birds to have around. See pics on my website.

Ameraucana eggs: Splash Rooster over white hen. The eggs are B-L-U-E, not green. The chicks hatch out all blue feathered. White is recessive so if you cross the offspring, you could get blue, black, splash or white, along with whatever other unknown genetics the hen is hiding under her white. There is only one hen laying right now, so availability is limited. Rooster has silver leakage on his neck and saddle, and rusty shoulders. His clutchmate lays VERY BLUE eggs also. He is unrelated to the white hen.

Feel free to ask any questions here on the auction, as others may have the same questions. Hope to hear from you soon!
I don't have any feedback on here, but a LOT of people have bought from me and been quite happy, or had it made right if something was not right when they got it.

You can see pics of most of my birds on my website. Some people can't see it and get directed to a parked website. Sorry about that. If that happens to you, feel free to email me and I will email any pics you want to see.
Patty
 
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LarryPQ

Easter Hatch!!
10 Years
Jul 17, 2009
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Is it sad I can't wait for the current batch to hatch, so I can order more?
 

onthespot

Deluxe Dozens
11 Years
Mar 29, 2008
7,187
48
271
Riverside/Norco, CA
Yes, that is very SAD!
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You should just order more anyhow and they will be in the mail timed just right for your hatch!
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bantamgal2

Hatching
9 Years
Feb 26, 2010
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Can I get a total dozen cochin eggs? I just got directed to this website and it is AWESOME. I LOVE your cochins. What would be the total for shipping? How do you ship your eggs? And Package? Thanks
 

onthespot

Deluxe Dozens
11 Years
Mar 29, 2008
7,187
48
271
Riverside/Norco, CA
There is a small waiting list for the cochins. I got four eggs today from the F2 pen. some days only one or two... I ship USPS Flat Rate Medium box for $12 including delivery confirmation. I wrap the eggs in a sheet of newspaper and pack them kind of firmly in the box so they don't move and usually include extras. It has been rainy off and on the past few weeks and there may be some mud/barnyard debris on the eggs. Not so much right now, but last week there was, and if it rains again, there will be again. Sorry 'bout that.
 

tofuranch

What Came First????
11 Years
Dec 11, 2008
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Why do you have to do this to me...I love getting your eggs. I can't start anything new right now....we will have to work something out again
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LarryPQ

Easter Hatch!!
10 Years
Jul 17, 2009
10,878
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Tofu came over yesterday. I needed someone (who understood) to ooh and aah over your eggs--but NO! She is already one of your loyal customers, so she was only mildly impressed.
 

tofuranch

What Came First????
11 Years
Dec 11, 2008
779
0
139
no I just didn't want you to know that I wanted to take those eggs for myself, LOL so I was being cool (and VERY tired)
 

LarryPQ

Easter Hatch!!
10 Years
Jul 17, 2009
10,878
50
291
Haha! Hope my scary glasses didn't freak you out. Aaaacck! Want to buy more of Patty's eggs. I am home sick (still cant see well)today, and being on BYC is eating away at my resolve.
 
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