California eggs?

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    muddipuppy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Does anyone in California sell hatching eggs? If so, could you share what breeds you have? Thank yooo!
     
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    Bananas Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have Silver Spangled Hamburg eggs. Also chicks [​IMG] I'm in the San Fernando valley. PM me if you are interested.

    Also, On the Spot has hatching eggs, you should talk to her. She's an hour east of me and I drove out and got the most beautiful BC Marans eggs from her as well as BBS silkie and some neat mixes. All due to hatch this thursday.
     
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    muddipuppy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    How do I find "on the spot"? i'm not that oriented in BYC.
     
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    Bananas Chillin' With My Peeps

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    On the top, next to Index, click on User list. It will give an alphabetical listing of all the registered users. I think it's actually onthespot with no spaces. Good luck! Not interested in Hamburgs, huh? Lol [​IMG]
     
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    muddipuppy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    might be interested in hamburgs...still shopping.[​IMG]
     
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    muddipuppy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    are your hamburgs bantam or standard? pictures?
     
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    onthespot Deluxe Dozens

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    Onthespot, at your service!
    I have Copper Black Marans and barred olive eggers laying right now available, as well as other
    other miscellaneous eggs that have a long waiting lists

    If you want to see pics of the parent birds you can see my website
    http://pattycarson.com/poultry.html
    I'll be happy to help you out. You can PM me for details. Fertility has been excellent and people are getting great hatches from eggs I wasn't even expecting that great from due to moult, heat, late in season. Most people that are picking up in person are getting near 100% hatches right now. Go figure! [​IMG]
     
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    Bananas Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Standard Hamburgs (but even the standards are very small- hens are only maybe 4 lbs, rooster is 5 probably)
    I just have a trio of Hamburgs...had to run out and take some pics- they're camera shy so I did the best I could but I can never get very close to them with a camera
    Here's one of my hens
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    Here's my roo, Huxtable (He's really a sweetheart, he is so gentle with these 5 week old chicks!). Apologies for his hackle feathers- he's recovering from a baaaaaad molt!
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    Here's the other hen
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    Here's some of the babies that have hatched out recently (these chicks and 4 more I need to sell by the way)
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    Are you thinking of picking up eggs? You're really far....or did you just want shipped eggs and didn't want them to ship as far?
     
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    muddipuppy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    was thinking of shipping but trying to stay in state.
     
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    muddipuppy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:hi there onthespot! thanks for making yourself so accessible! can you give me the rundown on what you've got? i may add myself to a few of your waitlists. also, i'd love to see a pic of the barred olive eggers. what is there temperament like? i'm looking for a long term relationship with california egg providers...so thinking of spring, etc. especially interested in bantams: cochins, brahmas, silkies, and the standard barred rock... basically, looking for smaller, friendly, cute birds; if they are good layers all the better!

    muddi
     

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