Cream Legbar Juvenile pair + 1 rooster - unrelated parents.

Discussion in 'Chicks 1 Day to 8 Weeks Old' started by pampered_poultry, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. pampered_poultry

    pampered_poultry Chillin' With My Peeps

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    This is an Auction Formatted Listing - Please do not PM to bid! - Place your bid in a reply.

    Bidding will start at: $ 50.00
    Additional bids will be in increasing $ 1 increments

    Shipping will be via USPS Express at a cost of $ 50.00.

    Auction ends at Sunday March 4th 2012 at 5:00 PM EST.

    Please place your bid as a reply to this classified (do not PM to bid!).

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    Pampered Poultry of Georgia (NPIP certified) is proud to offer a pair of Cream Legbar Juvenile pair + 1 rooster. These juveniles are from a un-related rooster and hen and hatched Jan 22nd. The extra rooster in this set is to provide some additional warmth during shipping and/or can be used as a back up rooster. The pictures here are the actual birds.

    The Cream Legbar is an auto-sexing chick meaning that you can tell the sex of the chick at hatch, The males will have a pale dot on their head and have little or no eye barring. The females will have a dark brown or stripe on their head that continues down the back. You should not confuse auto-sexing with sex-linked. Sex-linked are chicks that are first generation crosses defining the sex and this trait will not continue to their offspring. Auto-sexing are chicks like the Cream Legbar that show defining sex traits that will continue to their offspring. This auto-sexing feature will happen with Cream Legbars for generations no matter if the pair are related or un-related.

    If you are looking for a way to expand your hens and gather more eggs - what better way to do it then to cull the roosters at hatch? The rising cost of feed makes this very economical to raise only the hens for egg production.
    The Cream Legbar is a medium sized bird with the roosters weighing approximately 5 lbs and the hens approximately 4 lbs. The beautiful barring coloring on the males are traits that can be traced back to their ancestors, the Plymouth Barred Rock. The breed can be aggressive in protecting their mate and are very alert of their surroundings. Their alertness makes them a great breed for living outdoors on the farm.


    One other neat feature of the Cream Legbar is the sky blue or green olive tint eggs. The egg color makes them quite distinguishable when gathering.
    Cream Legbars are medium-sized fowl that are known for their active foraging and ability to survive in a free-range environment. The roosters are vigilant and protective of the hens, and the hens efficiently go about the business of gleaning every seed and insect from the fields and pastures they prefer. They are well-suited for the small homestead and life outdoors.


    Our flock is strictly feed Purina Feed along with Oyster Grit and other vitamins to insure a healthy flock. Our coup is 100% covered, heated roosts, padded nests, lighted pens, automated 100 Micron filtered waterer and feeder to provide the upmost comfort to our birds. We believe a happy and healthy bird lays the best quality eggs which in turn produce healthy chicks.

    Unlike the other chicks that you might see listed on various other sites, we can assure you our flock is NPIP, given the best feed/vitamins, received filtered water, and are nurtured in a coop that we proudly say creates the most pampered environment for our birds. People who visit the farm are amazed at the detail and the expense in creating such a Taj Mahal for our birds – but we are proud of our birds and want our customers to receive the highest quality bird available. The beauty and statue of these birds are simply amazing!

    NPIP # GA-1153 - TESTED EACH QUARTER - WE TEST FOR CLEAN FOR PULLORUM TYPHOID, MYCOPLASMA GALLISEPTICUM, M.G. MONITORED, AND MS. MONITORED. ADDITIONAL TESTS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE NPIP - HOWEVER WITH SOME OF THESE DISEASES PRESENT ON FARMS / BACKYARD COOPS AND ATTRIBUTABLE TO A HIGH MORTALITY RATE - WE VOLUNTARILY TEST TO PROTECT OUR FLOCK.
    USDA FARM # 1423.


    SHIPPING:
    These will be tracked and shipped via USPS Express Mail and guaranteed to be alive 24 hours after receipt. You will need to be available to receive these birds at your post office. If your shipping zip codes start with any of these three digits - that means there is an USPS embargo on shipping live animals to your zip. We will have to ship to an alternative zip code. USPS embargod zip codes begin with 044, 046, 047, 148, 149, 307, 356-58, 373, 374, 466, 496, 544, 548 556-558, 564, 590-593, 596-599, 620, 622-624, 628-634, 636-639, 648, 650-658, 716-722, 725-729, 740, 741, 743-749, and 821.

    The USPS Express mail shipping cost is $ 50.00 - which includes the postage, box, padding, and fruit.

    ** YOU MUST PAY FOR AUCTION WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER CLOSE. THESE BIRDS ARE SCHEDULED TO SHIP NO LATER THAN MARCH 6TH.

    PAYMENT:
    We accept Paypal, major credit cards, or overnight cashier's check.
    SORRY WE NO INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS!
     
  2. thehenconnectio

    thehenconnectio New Egg

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  3. cherylcohen

    cherylcohen The Omelet Ranch

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  4. cherylcohen

    cherylcohen The Omelet Ranch

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    Very pretty!
     
  5. pampered_poultry

    pampered_poultry Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Thanks!



     
  6. kimfeatherfriends123

    kimfeatherfriends123 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I would like to bid 105.00
     
  7. pampered_poultry

    pampered_poultry Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Congrats!!! I will send you a PM.

    Regards,
    Richard

     
  8. rbaker0345

    rbaker0345 Big Mamma Brahma

    Sorry, I already PM'd you, then I read the fine print. I would like to bid up to $75 and everything in between. Is that the right way to do it, or do I just bid $51?
     
  9. rbaker0345

    rbaker0345 Big Mamma Brahma

    Okay, I get it now, the bidding is up to $105, right? I will bid $106 then. Thanks for putting up with me while I caught on.
     
  10. rbaker0345

    rbaker0345 Big Mamma Brahma

    I just noticed the end date, sorry. I'll keep up better next time.
     

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