French Wheaten Marans Eggs 8+

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  1. PiperOmar

    PiperOmar Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hello Chicken Lovers! I have a lovely Bev Davis pair of French Wheaten Marans and my pullet has been laying very nice dark eggs especially for a Wheaten. They each have nice and properly feather shanks as in accordance with the French Standard. I currently have 7 eggs in my incubator set and they are all fertile and set to hatch next week. I have four more fresh eggs saved up and will ship as many as I can to ship by no later than next Wednesday morning. I should have at least 8 and possibly extras for you in that time. These eggs have been quite dark and I have saved some of her original eggs to show color depth. This is a lovely young pair of Marans and I think you will be very happy with their babies. Please email for photos and if you have any additional questions. I will attempt to download some on here as well. I accept Paypal as a payment form and will lovingly pack and ship your eggs via Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. I am very confident in the fertility of this pair, but I can not be held responsible for fertility issues due to postal handling. Thank you for looking!
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  2. ChickFila

    ChickFila Chillin' With My Peeps

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    so... how many eggs do you have by now?
     
  3. PiperOmar

    PiperOmar Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have eight as of today!
    And I have 6 babies set to hatch tomorrow. I set 7 so the fertility is great!
    Do you realize we have almost the same breeds? Small world!
     
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  4. ChickFila

    ChickFila Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Can they be sexed by 4 weeks old (just like wheaton ameraucanas or faverolles)?
     
  5. PiperOmar

    PiperOmar Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh I think so.....you can tell them apart because of the feathering on the shanks. The roos have much darker feathering than the pullets. Do you only have bantam Favs? I have LFSalmons but am working on Lavender variety with my Lav Orps.
     

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