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Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by strike, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. strike

    strike Out Of The Brooder

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    I have redleg partidge for sale @ 50.00 each
    I have Taxidermy redlegs for same price
    I have gamble's quail for 25.00 each, taxidermy, or alive.
    I have ringnecks for hunting,taxidermy, or for enjoyment . Males 15.00 and hens 10.00
    I have Blue Melanistic Hens for sale at 20.00 each
    I have black pheasant males for 50.00 each for taxidermy
    I have Valley quail for 25.00 each for taxidermy
    I have Bohemian Blackneck pheasants for sale, just males, 50.00 taxidermy or hunting.
    I have Barred cochin bantam chickens for sale, SHOW STOCK!
    15.00 each (young males)
    thanks
    Dan Delaney
     
  2. ticks

    ticks Pheasant Obsessed

    Apr 1, 2008
    The Sticks, Vermont
    Aern't Red leg partridge almost the same as chukar? Chukar only cost about $5.00 not $50.00.
     
  3. deerman

    deerman Rest in Peace 1949-2012

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    Valley and Gamble Quail sell for 10.00 or less?????????
     
  4. strike

    strike Out Of The Brooder

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    Hello
    Chukars aren't even close to redlegs. Redlegs can be released in fields and medows and survive. Chukars must be released in mountains or something to survive. Chukars are a little bigger birds. Chukars lay 10 times more eggs than redlegs. Redlegs are in huge demands in the United states because barely anyone has them. Calling a redleg close to a chukar is saying a barrbarry partridge or Philby's are close to chukars also. They are by far different birds, thus their price is much higher. earlier on ebay redleg eggs were going for over 100.00 per dozen.
    As for the gambles and valleys, yes you can get them for around 10 bucks per bird, but i sell them for taxidermy and i must have them in beautiful condition and the price is just higher cause bigger places like cablela's buys them, Along with local taxidermist.
    Thanks
    Dan Delaney, also if you have comments or experiences that you would like to share then e-mail me at [email protected]
     

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