Five Hamburgs in SE Washington State

starfroggie

Songster
11 Years
Mar 5, 2008
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Walla Walla
I purchased five Hamburgs in a chick auction. I didn't know much about the breed. Since having gotten them, I don't think they are going to work out for me. I read since that they don't do well with confinement, and I live in town so free-range isn't really an option. They are also more flighty than my other chicks.

I don't know yet what gender they are. They are approx 2 weeks old.

They are from Duane Urch and should be quality birds.

Golden-spangled variety.

I would like $6/ea and they must be picked up.

Anyone interested?
 

GracefulBantams

Hatching and Showing
12 Years
Oct 10, 2007
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Oklahoma
Quote:From personal experience, I would say that that statement is not at all true
I have raised the wonderful Hamburg Breed for a year and a half, and if anything, I would say they needed to be confined, because they are somewhat flighty.
 

starfroggie

Songster
11 Years
Mar 5, 2008
122
1
134
Walla Walla
Hey that is an interesting take on it. Thanks for the feedback.

Denna, you are about 3 hrs from us. We are up there a couple times a year, not sure when the next time will be. This coming weekend we are going to Othello.
 

fdnick

Master Chicken Hoarder
12 Years
Aug 22, 2007
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HI Starfroggie, I am actually in the process of selling off my entire Giant Cochine flock

lady coming to see them in the morning
gotta make some room ..
Denna
 

starfroggie

Songster
11 Years
Mar 5, 2008
122
1
134
Walla Walla
I am driving up to Othello area this weekend and could deliver if anyone en route is interested, make an offer... Now my Wyandottes are beating these guys up :eek:
 

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