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Cream Legbar Chicks for sale

Discussion in 'Chicks 1 Day to 8 Weeks Old' started by FiveMileFarmer, Feb 14, 2016.

  1. FiveMileFarmer

    FiveMileFarmer Out Of The Brooder

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    Hello, I am in CHESAPEAKE, VA. I will have a limited amount of Cream Legbar chicks hatching soon. The first batch is set to hatch on February 24, and the second should hatch on March 3. They are from the Greenfire Farms / Jill Reese line and the eggs were purchased from an NPIP farm.

    This is a rare breed, said to have friendly and inquisitive personalities. They are crested, clean legged, and lay beautiful, large SKY BLUE eggs.

    I am taking pre-orders now for the first hatch, February 24. Please contact me for pricing and to reserve your chicks. I will start a first-come-first-serve list, but chicks are ONLY GUARANTEED after I receive payment (PayPal or in person). If, for any reason, I can not fill your pre-ordered amount I will give you a full refund, no questions asked.
     
  2. RandomePerson

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    Wow a person in virginia with poultry. That is a first. I cant find anything in virginia. Im a duck guy and thats even worse i have to have everything shipped in if i want anything besides pekin ducks, rhode island red chicks or barred rock chicks. I would like some but i dont think they would get along with my old english bantams, i would have to buy or build a new coop ill keep you in mind.
     
  3. RandomePerson

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    Or rather my Old english bantams wouldnt get along with them the male is mean but he has little nubs for spurs
     
  4. FiveMileFarmer

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    Haha yea not many of us it seems. I don't think they would have too much trouble getting along! I have a few OEGBs myself. What kind do you have? Are you in Hampton roads?
     
  5. RandomePerson

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    Same as you the game bantams. I have a dominant male a other male and 2 females. We built their coop out of a old hunting cabin and then put 4 foot fence made of wood and wire around but they are tiny and 20 square ft of space is like 80 to us. We have a slate gray turkey female that is sick and 3 males ( not good ) 2 males are fine with eachother and the other male wants to be mean but 2 are white and the mean one is one and we have 1 narragansett turkey. We also have some black chickens that i forget the breed 3 females and 1 male. We also got a extra one from the guy which is those black ones mixed with a poilsh chicken. Im actually in Courtland Va its near Suffolk kind of.
     
  6. FiveMileFarmer

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    Oh, I know exactly where courtland is! Sounds like you got your hands full. I been trying to fin some more bantam hens, I can't find them anywhere! Know anywhere to find some?
     
  7. RandomePerson

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    I had alot more but we live in the country so coyotes and foxes are big. My favorite duck which was a pekin i had gotten when he was a duckling had been killed his name was aflac. Our crazy neighbor stole a duck of ours because their goats and chickens come on our property and eat our animals food and the duck was in her chickens pool. I got into other things but now im back and im getting alot more ducks and chickens. Im getting more guineas and turkeys too. My muscovie ducks love the pond beside our house and are hardy never really got to breeding them and selling the babies but now i am. Expanding rapidly.
     
  8. RandomePerson

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    No i got this guys last ones his pen was full of silver sebrights and he abandoned the OEGB project. I will be happy to sell you some female chicks when they breed. How many hens do you have
     
  9. jen120978

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    Is it possible to ship to NJ? I am looking to add one or two females to my flock.
     
  10. RandomePerson

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    Okay are they 25$ each? I could see a adult being 25$ but thats half the price of a purple peacock or a silver pied peacock chick.
     

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