Eggs or chicks, or adults.

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by brandibaby23, Dec 25, 2010.

  1. brandibaby23

    brandibaby23 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Looking for chicks or hatching eggs, also would be interested in adult silkies. A pair would be great. If anyone is hatching any time soon please let me know. I am interested in Silkies, cochins, turkens, japenese bantams, any small breeds. I had a few email from people in my area before but have lost the info (email, phone number)for them so if they still have any birds left Please email again. Thank you for your time in looking. Just bought eggs through the mail 26 eggs and was a total loss, postal service just is not gentle enough I guess.



    If anyone is close to me (Bedford county, South central Pa. 15554) I would be willing to drive a little distance to buy adult birds. Or eggs for that matter. I want some different breeds, I have mixed EE's and one lonely cochin roo. Please help chicken addiction is kicking in!!!
     
  2. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    Aw hunny I so wish you lived closer-I hatched out 2 split lavs silkies-Blrw's-and Oe's last weekend and would let you have them! They were all just tester hatches-I already knew they were fertile but I still keep checking throughout the season:)
     
  3. brandibaby23

    brandibaby23 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yea me too LOL I have no chicken addicts in my area it seems. [​IMG] We have tons of farms that have a few chicken usually RIR It is like trying to strike gold to find a silkie of any kind. We have a farm auction about 1 hour from here but it is late in the year for anything good!!
     
  4. Sportsterjeep

    Sportsterjeep Creekside Acres Farm

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    Mill Hall PA
    Brandi,
    Hit our website and take a look. We have family we visit in Hollidaysburg and could meet you there around Altoona. Right now we have a partridge and a buff silkie in the growout pen and don't breed these, they came with eggs we ordered. We've also got some Mille Fleur d'Uccles that we grew out to put back in our own flock. I'll have b/b/s silkies off and on all year and our blue split lavs should be laying before long. Are you looking for pets, breeders, show birds?
     

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