Free Japanese Bantam Pair- GONE

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Mrs.Puff, Apr 7, 2009.

  1. Mrs.Puff

    Mrs.Puff Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hey all-- I found a home for them--
     
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  2. Vcomb

    Vcomb Chillin' With My Peeps

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    where i southwest Iowa you located? my lil cousin my be interested in them for 4-H.



    Mrs.Puff :

    I have a pair of Japanese bantams (black tailed) that I got from Akane, and I have eggs under one of my other hens right now. I was unable to introduce the adult pair to my original flock due to their small size. The hen lays about 5 eggs a week. The rooster doesn't have the best looking toes or comb, but they're a nice pair for a small space. I cannot keep them in their temporary space over winter because it is not heated. Anybody want them?
    Sorry, I can't post pics.​
     
  3. Mrs.Puff

    Mrs.Puff Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I'm actually in SE Iowa, over in Monroe County, near the dinky town of Lovilia.

    These chickens are definitely not good for showing for 4-H, but their offspring might be okay. The rooster has several crooked toes, and his comb is damaged. If she's just interested in trying to raise some chicks, they would probably be okay.

    BTW- I don't get to check this all the time, so I might not reply quickly.
     
  4. Vcomb

    Vcomb Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh ok, Well that's a little further drive then what would be practical as we're up by south dakota. I hope you find a place for them though. [​IMG]


    Mrs.Puff :

    I'm actually in SE Iowa, over in Monroe County, near the dinky town of Lovilia.

    These chickens are definitely not good for showing for 4-H, but their offspring might be okay. The rooster has several crooked toes, and his comb is damaged. If she's just interested in trying to raise some chicks, they would probably be okay.

    BTW- I don't get to check this all the time, so I might not reply quickly.​
     

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