FOR SALE: SUMATRAS, COCHINS, MUSCOVIES, D'UCCLES WASHINGTON

Rare Feathers Farm

Crowing
11 Years
Apr 1, 2008
13,102
66
326
Pleasant Valley, (Okanogan) WA
My Coop
So as I was mapping out where to put the mini coops I’ll be building next spring with my hubby, he asked me how many chickens I had. He said that he thought we had at least FORTY. I scoffed at him and said there was no way we had THAT many birds. So I sat down & counted. Well, we have FIFTY THREE! Needless to say, I’m selling ½ my flock before winter. These are special prices that will go up once it snows (which it will before the end of the month) & I have to start feeding them more.
Delivery within Oregon/Washington or Idaho can be arranged and those further away can always try Craigslist or Dreamhorse message boards (there are lots of horse people who show & some that would even let a chicken or two hitch a ride in their horse trailer!) I'd perfer not to ship at this time, or at least until I get NPIP certified, which should be next spring--so these will need to go before then!

All of these were hatched in May, unless otherwise noted:

2 Black Sumatra Cockerels $15 each
1 Porcelain d’Uccle cockerel $10
1 Light Brahma cockerel $15
1 Golden Laced Cochin roo (last year’s hatch) $20
1 Golden Laced Cochin cockerel $15
1 Giant Blue cochin cockerel, gorgeous coloring, carries the lemon gene, has mottled green eyes $30
1 Mottled Houdan cockerel $15
2 pairs of Muscovy ducks, must go in their pairs, $25 per pair
1 Salmon Faverolle Pullet, hatched in June

Trades I'll consider:
Mille Fleur d'uccle pullets
Sebastopol geese
Giant Dewlap Toulouse
Golden Laced Cochin pullets
Buff Columbian Cochins
Mottled Cochin bantams
 
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asher

Chicken Enabler Extraordinaire
13 Years
Jan 26, 2007
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Mountains of NC
If you're serious about shipping, I'd check in to that with your P.O, but unless the birds are super duper heavy and quite a few, it won't cost close to $85 to ship. I just shipped two boxes of several birds and the more expensive one to zone 8 was like $43.

(I understand not wanting to ship, though!
I hate doing it with birds, too.)
 

Rare Feathers Farm

Crowing
11 Years
Apr 1, 2008
13,102
66
326
Pleasant Valley, (Okanogan) WA
My Coop
I got a quote for a 3lb box of live birds Express shipped to TX and it would be $85.00 that didn't include the box or the price of the birds, either....maybe the dude I talked to was wrong...but $43 sounds better.
Most of my birds are standards & are close to 4 months old....
 

asher

Chicken Enabler Extraordinaire
13 Years
Jan 26, 2007
3,479
61
264
Mountains of NC
Holy heck! That's insane! hehe It depends on their weight, I guess. My $43 was to zone 8 (furthest from me would be zone 10) and was 4 almost grown bantams so definitely a weight difference from standards. hehe

He MAY very well be wrong...or I might! hehe I've never had any cost close to that much (even some standards), however, I kinda like to quote on the high side so people will be aware what it might cost so they're prepared. (I always refund if it's less, though.)

I hate hate hate shipping birds. I always feel so guilty. *sigh* I sent off seven today. The guilt is strong.
I put lots of fresh fruit in there with them, but still...*sigh* I get too darned attached, obviously! heh

(I haven't heard about the papers required to leave the state, though. That's a new one for me. Is that the same as the NPIP stuff or something different that I should have been aware of? One of the boxes went to Washington today so I hope that's not going to be a problem! Eep!)
 

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