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Buy it now! 1 Doz. Paint Showgirl hatching eggs, bearded and bowtied

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by silkie_sue, Mar 3, 2012.

  1. silkie_sue

    silkie_sue Chillin' With My Peeps

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    $60.00 is the price per doz Paint Showgirl eggs......your shipping costs will be $15.00
    This listing will end March 18 at 9 pm central time.

    1 Doz. Paint Showgirl eggs...$60.00
    Please understand that Paints do not breed true. You will get paint, white, off colors, black and even at times blue.



    All my birds are laying like crazy and my bator's are full. Great fertility!

    If you wish to purchase please PM me and I will give you my Paypal addy. First to PM and pay
    get's the eggs.

    PayPal only payment due immediately upon request for the eggs. I will only remove this listing once your payment is received.

    I will ship eggs on Mon. (03/19) I pack very, have never had a customer report a broken egg.

    I can ship to most lower states. I can not ship to Canada, Hawaii, or across borders. No international bidders please. If unsure about the policy on shipping eggs in your state PM me and I will look it up.
    Please PM any questions.


    Shipping is $15.00 for 1 Doz. eggs

    In My Showgirl pen I have 2 paint SG hens and one white SG. I alternate a Paint Silkie roo between them and my Paint Silkies.

    Feel free to PM any questions
    Please understand shipping eggs is a risk. I will do my best to pack then but once they leave my hands I am no longer responsible.
     
    Last edited: Mar 17, 2012
  2. silkie_sue

    silkie_sue Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Please ignore the Serama post...lol...
     
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  3. wholewheatchicken

    wholewheatchicken Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Do you have any more pics to post of the seramas?
     
  4. silkie_sue

    silkie_sue Chillin' With My Peeps

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    sorry was more Serama comments
     
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  5. silkie_sue

    silkie_sue Chillin' With My Peeps

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    wholewheatchicken, I should have also added that the Serama pairs these eggs are from will be marked as Romeo, Cassanova, Lacey and Gracie on my website.
     
  6. wholewheatchicken

    wholewheatchicken Chillin' With My Peeps

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    In the top of your post, you have two pictures of Seramas. Is the one that is second from the white - it is black and white - a girl? I hatched Serama eggs a month ago and I have one that is looking like yours and I thought it was a girl, but the top of its comb is starting to turn a little red, although it is very small. I had some others that are a month older and very early on I could tell one was going to be a boy, and he is, and the other a girl, and she is. But her comb is yellow, although her feathers are buff/black and her legs are yellow so maybe that's why? I lucked into these little guys so I am still trying to learn a lot about them.
    Thanks,
    Kim
     
  7. silkie_sue

    silkie_sue Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi Kim
    Yes that is a black/white mottled hen, my little Lacey. The young pullets comb stay pretty smal while the cockerels grower larger and turn red right away.
    The little pullets combs start to turn red as they approach the point of lay. Hope that helps.

    Suz
     
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    wholewheatchicken Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yes, it does. I guess he must be a boy then. I keep trying to figure out what they are to decide what to get to go with them and a him/her makes a big difference! Our two month old just crowed for the first time this morning and it was adorable.
     
  9. rilly10

    rilly10 Clover Field Farm

    May 18, 2010
    Pottstown, PA
    You are killing me with this!!! They are so cute, but I just filled up all my incubators with barred rock egg orders for hubby's b-day :( Love that paint Sg pullet!
     
  10. silkie_sue

    silkie_sue Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh hi rilly10!!!!
    Yes she a cutie.
     

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