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Chickens and other poultry for sale in NJ! Need homes soon!

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Chickerdoodle13, Jun 10, 2007.

  1. Chickerdoodle13

    Chickerdoodle13 The truth is out there...

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    I have several birds that still need homes. I have:

    Chickens
    ~buff orphington (looks like a hen)
    ~couple of black chickens (Sex still unknown but looking to be hens)
    ~some barred rocks
    ~a dominique or two
    ~a white crested black polish (Head feathers were plucked a bit by the others and need to grow back in)
    ~a white chicken that looks like a white rock
    ~two bantam roos with unusual coloring. Almost look crele
    ~A couple chipmunk striped ones (Not sure of breed or sex)
    ~Two very pretty black cochins that look like a pair
    ~A few red chicks that could be RIR or new hampshire
    ~A few other various ones
    ~Two turkens

    *Asking $5 a piece for these guys*

    Turkey

    I have one younger turkey who's looking like a female. Not sure of breed. I thought it was a BBB Turkey, but the coloring has thrown me. Asking $8

    Ducks

    I have two Pekin ducks who are getting HUGE! Very nice looking ducks. Almost looks like a pair, but it's still too early to tell. These guys are ready to go into a coop. Not set on price yet, so if you're interested let me know and I'll think of something. Ducks this size usually sell anywhere from $8 to $10. (Update- One is definitely female)

    I may also have one blue swedish duck. I'm hoping for at least one male out of the two that I have. Let me know if you are interested. (Update-One swedish is definitely a female)

    I also have a khaki campbell I'm thinking of finding a new home for. For some reason he developed a cockeyed neck, but he functions normally otherwise. Pretty looking duck and you can barely tell about his neck unless you touch it. He is $5 to a good home only. (The only reason I am asking five dollars is to cover some feed. I would be willing to make a deal if you want to buy any of the others though)

    I am located in Hope, NJ. Pick up preferred, but I will work with you if you wish me to ship these guys. Chickens are about a month and a half old, perhaps a bit older. Ducks except for the khaki are the same age as chickens, but considerably larger. Turkeys is also same age. The khaki is full grown and probably a year old now.
     
  2. Chickerdoodle13

    Chickerdoodle13 The truth is out there...

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    Hi there! I should be able to ship!

    Which ones would you be interested in? I cannot guarantee sex on any of them, but I'm pretty good with sexing accurately. I've only ever been surprised a few times, not to mention I can take pictures for you too!
     
  3. Keshiaandadam

    Keshiaandadam Cooped Up

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    whatever ones you think are female even if they dont turn out to be its okay but i will let you judge email me if i can have them thanks!
     
  4. Keshiaandadam

    Keshiaandadam Cooped Up

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    you give me $60 worth you chose which ones!!
     
  5. Chickerdoodle13

    Chickerdoodle13 The truth is out there...

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    Ok, I'm sure I can do that!

    Is that $60 including the shipping? Shipping usually runs around $40-$45. I have to just check and see how much the boxes cost with the new filters, but it shouldn't be too much more from the website I usually order from.

    Just let me know. I will be sure to send you my address so you can send the money. I don't have paypal, so money orders are usually the best. I've sent out birds three times before and have had really good luck. I usually stick in some cucumber or tomatoes for them to munch on during the ride, but if you are in Vermont, it won't be too long of a journey.

    I will go and separate all the ones I think are the females. Looking at them, I think most of them are, but I will take pictures and show you. They are still pretty light, so they should all fit into one box fine.

    I actually have a cousin who lives in Vermont. I'm not sure where though. I wonder if she is near you?

    I will be sure to e-mail you as soon as I can!
     

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