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Discussion in 'Chicken Breeders & Hatcheries' started by yoker, Jan 10, 2009.
nice picture I can't wait untill I can start hatching chicks.
Thats the blue one - a little too much flash but it kind of matches the duct tape. So far only a black, blue and a red that looks more partridge. Could the cross between a buff and red give me a rusty color? I only have 1 buff so I have her in with the reds.
I know I shouldn't be even thinking of hatching either in this cold weather but that was all the broody's fault....lol
anyone have BLR, Blue, Splash or Columbian Wy's for sale, chicks or eggs>?
how about Silkies??? ( my daughter really wants some of these) any color , blues and whites preferred.
Quote:I have blue and splash Silkies...but I'm in Nova Scotia. Where are you?
what we wouldn't do for our daughters eh Emjay?
best of luck!
(mine wants cochins!)
haha, fjorddreamer, I'm on the other coast. for shame. My mother in law is in Nova Scotia though. Maybe when she moves back to BC she can bring some with her. I am on Vancouver Island.
I hear you Della, she wants a hamster too. So, what does her daddy tell her, okay. So I give up my goldfish so she can get a hamster, she;s so spoiled, haha. Hamster she gets. Tomorrow.
FUnny I have a pair of Bantam Cochins looking for a new home. haha. TOo bad.
Quote:Red barn? is that a hatchery? do they have a website?
Red Barn is listed here on the Rare Breeds Canada website: www.rarebreedscanada.ca/breeders-network.htm. Here's the info:
WHARTON, LISA - RED BARN RARE BREEDS
2178 Holmes Deakin Road, Golden, BC
Email: [email protected]
I actually emailed her a couple of days ago to see what breeds she was up to in the way of heritage chicken breeds, but I haven't heard anything back yet.