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Gamefowl Started Pairs and Trios for SALE ~PUMPKIN HULSEY~HENNIE~SID~

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by chickenlover54, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. chickenlover54

    chickenlover54 Henely Hatchery

    May 20, 2009
    Northern Illinois
    Hi everyone [​IMG]
    I have AG started pairs and Trios forsale. They are 1 week old at the moment but will ship out at around 4 weeks old or whenever I can accuratly sex them.
    These come from great lines, Carlisle Kelly AKA Spur's Up Gamefarm. I hatched almost 50 chicks from the hatching eggs I recieved from him. This is too many for me to keep so I will be selling most of them.
    Here are the breeds, prices, and links to pics of his birds
    These prices are for each bird

    ~Pumpkin Hulsey~$30~ http://www.oakridgegamefarm.net/auction/HULSEY-GOLDEN-KILLERSHULSEYCORRY-PUMPKINSclick-here-for-picture,name,185540,auction_id,auction_details

    ~Sid
    Taylor~$15~ http://www.oakridgegamefarm.net/auction/183698,auction_id,auction_details

    ~Hennies~$50~
    http://www.oakridgegamefarm.net/auction/183697,auction_id,auction_details

    ~Tennessee
    White Muff~$50~ http://www.oakridgegamefarm.net/auction/TENNESSEE-WHITE-MUFF--click-here-for-pictures,name,185286,auction_id,auction_details

    ~White
    Hatch~$20~ http://www.oakridgegamefarm.net/auction/183704,auction_id,auction_details

    ~Miner
    Blue~$30~ http://www.oakridgegamefarm.net/auction/176505,auction_id,auction_details

    PM
    me if interested, do not hit BIN button
     
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  2. donnie

    donnie Chillin' With My Peeps

    Dec 19, 2009
    Poteau, Oklahoma
    those white hatch are gorgeous , i miss my white kelso now ...... man i wish it wasnt so freakin hot here
     
  3. chickenlover54

    chickenlover54 Henely Hatchery

    May 20, 2009
    Northern Illinois
    I don't see why it being hot would be a problem, I send with fruit. They go from our PO straight to the Airport, land at your airport and get on a truck to a distrabution facility and then to your PO. I don't see why they would get too hot.
     

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