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Chantecler Breeder and Owner Database Project

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by Klorinth, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. HallFamilyFarm

    HallFamilyFarm PA ETL#195

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    We have some White Chateclers imported 10/2011 from Greg Oakes in Ontario, Canada. PM me for hatching egg prices. The pullet is not laying yet, but should soon.
     
  2. HallFamilyFarm

    HallFamilyFarm PA ETL#195

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  3. RhodeRunner

    RhodeRunner Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We bred Partridge Albertan Chanteclers, from Blehm's stock. We sell chicks, started fowl, and hatching eggs.
     
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  4. Jake Levi

    Jake Levi Chillin' With My Peeps

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    In April a MI friend and I are picking up Partridge Chicks in Birch Run, south of Flint, MI, the owner of the hatchery has birds imported from Canada and is showing his successfuly.

    I am anxiously counting the days to the last of April.
     
  5. Shuswapfran

    Shuswapfran New Egg

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    Hi ! We have a Trio of White Standard Canteclers. Just got a incubator for Xmas. Starting to save the eggs. Getting Eggs in January is new to me and I am not feeding Laying mash ether.Here is a picture of Henry I took today. Our Snowbird.
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  6. Jake Levi

    Jake Levi Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Snowbird is well named ! He's a beauty !

    I am planning on a dozen chicks in late April and would like to also buy a couple dozen eggs about then, Partridge eggs. Anyone in Ohio or Indiana I would consider driving down and picking them up.

    Jake
     
  7. skookumchuck

    skookumchuck Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I am planning this spring to buy White, buff and partridge chicks. Going to have a breeding program for all three but the culls will go into the mixed flock for meat and eggs. I am really looking forward to having them on the farm.(not a big farm just 5 acres but it gives me the excuse to pretend to be a farmer) In Jefferson City Missouri.
     
  8. Jake Levi

    Jake Levi Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi Skookum did you used to live in Washington State?

    Where did the Buff come from? Who started that?
     
  9. Gneta831

    Gneta831 Out Of The Brooder

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    I am in NorthEast Wisconsin and breed and raise White Chanteclers, large fowl. I have had this breed a few years now and love them. Breeding stock originated from Greg Oakes in Canada and Sandhill Preservation Society. I have just begun to exhibit these birds. I am a member of Chantecler Fancier International organization. I highly encourage anyone who is serious about participating in preserving this rare and special breed to become a member of their professional organization. I do sell hatching eggs and young stock when available. I only keep my very best for reproducing next year's chicks. My current breeding group consists of one male and six females.

    Gina
    [email protected]
     
  10. skookumchuck

    skookumchuck Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The buffs were developed in the 50's or 60's there is a thread someplace that talked of thier development. It also said that the bluff is the most widely owned of the three strains. The reds are a partridge buff cross. I have only seen 1 picture of the black but I think the place that had them in BC no longer raises chickens, Cherry Creek Canadians was the place that had them.

    I lived in BC north of Montana but I was out to the coast alot on Vancouver Island lived there as a kid.
     

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