chicken hen saddles / aprons / diapers / harnesses -great prices check them out! 2

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  1. lovemychix

    lovemychix Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Canvas backs and cotton fronts. Double reinforced edges. These will not flip up. Canvas is just the right weight for protection without being heavy. Made with heavy duty snaps I use so they are easy to put on the hen. I have made the ones without snaps and fitting a hens feathers and stretching elastic around them is not fun. Most of all for the safety of my birds and yours I prefer to make my saddles with snaps. I sew my elastic ends to prevent fraying. My hens don't mind wearing these at all and it really helps keep their backs from getting bare. Great to prevent pecking also. Any questions feel free to contact me. I have a lot of different colors. Ask and I can usually find what you like. I use these on my hens and I love them. Thanks to BYC for letting me sell here I can keep prices reasonable. I have sold to hundreds of customers on BYC. I've had people tell me that they bought aprons / saddle from me 2 years ago and they are still holding up!!! The are washable. Please PM me here or email me at [email protected]. I don't get a notification for comments or orders placed on this page. Feel free to text or call me at 641-895-8156. I will answer or repond back asap. Thanks and ask any questions you need about anything or want anything special. Been selling since 2008. All my products are used and tested on my hens before I sell so I know they work. My sizes are very accurate as I have many breeds of birds myself. My saddles ship day or day after payment. Thank you!!!

    Standard and large $4.25
    bantam and extra small $3.25
    Free shipping

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    Heavy duty Canvas denim or fleece and canvas backing. The fleece is very durable, warm and comfortable for winter months. Please state what you prefer via PM. I can scotch guard if you want.

    Your order will be mailed day of or after you order.

    Sizes: I have all kinds of chicken breeds so ask if you are not sure.

    extra small. serama & d'uccle

    bantam. silkie size, bantam cochin

    small standard. buttercup, Hamburg, polish. (smaller than standard hen)

    standard. RIR, EE, Maran, (regular size hen)

    Large. Large breeds such as giant cochin, Jersey Giants.


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    Very durable denim front with or without heart. Can make heart any color you like.
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    I do make a U shaped saddle to protect around the vent $5 each

    I can make for any poultry including turkey. Sizes are large, standard, small standard, bantam, and extra small bantam.
    Chicken / duck / geese diapers. $9 to $11.
    extra small $9 4 - 6 INCH
    Bantam $9 7 - 8 INCH
    medium $10 9-10 INCH
    large $11 11 - 12 INCH
    extra large $12 12-15 INCH
    Waterproof liner included. Same stuff used in homemade baby diapers. Pouch is firm and allows "droppings" to fall in easily for easy clean up. Use a papertowel or sandwich bag with double stick tape for easy disposal. Elastic allows for the diaper to move and stretch with the bird and be comfortable. Measure from the bottom of the neck right where the breastbone starts under the belly to the vent. I use strong snaps on my diapers not velcro. Velcro gets messy with feathers and loses it sticky after washing. These are very easy to put on. Put the diaper over the chest, tuck in the wings and snap! U shaped elastic pouch allow the diaper to fit around the tailfeathers. Feel free to ask questions. I can add leash loops for $1. I have been making these since 2008 so I have perfected the pattern to fit. You are better to have a measurement so you get the perfect fit.
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    harnesses. Superroo $8.50 regular $4.75 leash loop included.
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    Diapers with detachable bows. Extra $2 for the bow on regular diaper.
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    My website if you want to check it out. Mostly what is here but a few testimonials on my products. http://www.chickensaddlesanddiapers.webs.com/ You can leave feedback here
     
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  2. Alena

    Alena Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi, How do you measure them? I would like one but am not sure how you measure for the diapers.
     
  3. lovemychix

    lovemychix Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Measure from the bottom of the neck right where the breastbone starts under the belly to the vent.
     
  4. JerseyHen

    JerseyHen Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Got my aprons the other day and put them on the girls. They look so cute!!! I need 4 more small standards. I will PM you.
     
  5. airmechreed

    airmechreed Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi can you PM me about how to size my chickens I have 8 as of now and would like to get an apron for each. I am not picky so pattern is not a big deal you could send what ever pattern you want. Anyway PM me and I will figure out how to order and all that.

    Thanks, Michael
     
  6. raigan

    raigan New Egg

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    Hi just a question how do i my them because i cant find out? please and thankyou:)
     
  7. erijn5

    erijn5 Chillin' With My Peeps

    May 8, 2008
    South Central IL
    The saddle are GREAT!!!!!!! [​IMG] Love them...they are so cute and fit just perfect...I will be back to buy more...the girls just love them THANK YOU!!!! [​IMG]



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  8. lovemychix

    lovemychix Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Thanks so much! :)
     
  9. erijn5

    erijn5 Chillin' With My Peeps

    May 8, 2008
    South Central IL
    PM'd you again! [​IMG]
     
  10. Renie'sPeeps

    Renie'sPeeps Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have been buying hen saddles from this seller for a couple of yrs now... Always happy with my purchase.. and my girls really like strolling around in them.

    renie
     

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