Delaware Hatching eggs 8+

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  1. tnchickenut

    tnchickenut It's all about the Dels!

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    Up for grabs is 8+ purebred Delaware hatching eggs.

    We are new to BYC but have a very positive history on ebay (*buytheebook* 100% positive), and very good relationships with our past buyers.

    Your eggs will be collected and stored properly to maximize your hatch rate. We know you know that we cannot guarentee any hatch rate due to all the variables to hatching (most of which are out of our hands), but we have to say it anyways. Shipping costs include handling/packaging.

    Delawares are a heritage breed and a great dual purpose choice. Hardy, quiet, and calm; they make great urban choice. They lay large brown eggs very well. Roos get 8lbs, hens 6-7.

    read more about the breed at http://www.albc.org

    read more about us at http://www.exceptionalchickens.com


    We prefer paypal as payment, but will accept money orders (this will greatly delay your shipment, we don't collect eggs until payment)


    We are located in East TN and use flat rate shipping. Never had any reports of more than one egg in a shipment broken. Bid with confidence.
     
  2. popcornpuppy

    popcornpuppy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    where are your breeding Dels from?
     
  3. tnchickenut

    tnchickenut It's all about the Dels!

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    I'm assuming you mean what lines.... Started with hatchery stock and added and subtracted using a mix of my original stock (which was very good already) and added to from other sources locally. I'm always on the look out for more. Do you have Dels?
     
  4. popcornpuppy

    popcornpuppy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Yes, I have Dels from 2 breeders that are all 18 weeks old. I haven't culled my flock yet to get to the best, but I am always looking for new blood to keep genetic diversity.
     
  5. s_tate423

    s_tate423 Out Of The Brooder

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    Quote:Yes, I have Dels from 2 breeders that are all 18 weeks old. I haven't culled my flock yet to get to the best, but I am always looking for new blood to keep genetic diversity.

    Maybe after your cull we could do a trade? Would you be open to that?




    Don't know why it logged me in under my other name... forgot the password and opened new account. weird.
     
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  6. tnchickenut

    tnchickenut It's all about the Dels!

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    Quote:Yes, I have Dels from 2 breeders that are all 18 weeks old. I haven't culled my flock yet to get to the best, but I am always looking for new blood to keep genetic diversity.

    Maybe after your cull we could do a trade? Would you be open to that?




    Don't know why it logged me in under my other name... forgot the password and opened new account. weird.

    got my account I want to stick with working again. just putting that out there.
     
  7. tnchickenut

    tnchickenut It's all about the Dels!

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    Fixing the picture issue...


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  8. jag

    jag Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Would you still have some eggs available at the end of February? I want more deli's and that is when I will be starting my batch.
    That roo in the picture is gorgeous!!!
     
  9. tnchickenut

    tnchickenut It's all about the Dels!

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    Quote:Yes, I will have hatching eggs. Thanks for the compliment too!
     
  10. speckledhen

    speckledhen Intentional Solitude Premium Member

    Answered your PM. [​IMG]
     

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