"Erik", a Silkied Serama Cockeral

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  1. juliette2009

    juliette2009 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Erik is a three month old, partridge colored, silkied serama and weighs 10.6 ounces. Payment is expected within 24 hours using credit card or money transfer via [email protected]. Nighttime temps in your area must be 32 degrees or above for me to ship him at this time of the year.

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  2. acme

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    I put my max bid at $65 on this bird, and will not go any higher (acme)
     
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  3. acme

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    Very nice bird love his coloring, By his weight at fully matured he will probably be a small B [​IMG]
     
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  4. juliette2009

    juliette2009 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:silkie x silkie = silkie

    silkie x smooth = smooth, but all offspring carry the silkied gene
     
  5. acme

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    Love his saddleback coloring, Very rare to see you sell a silkie, mostly frizzles right? [​IMG]
     
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  6. acme

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    Nice feet and legs, do you have any hens comming up for sale later? [​IMG]
     
  7. juliette2009

    juliette2009 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:I should have a couple next month, and also in June.
     
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  9. juliette2009

    juliette2009 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:No, if a bird carries the frizzled gene, it is frizzled. The frizzled gene is dominant, if a bird has it, it shows it, by being frizzled...it is not a gene that can be carried.
     

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