GONE!Araucana Roo SE Arkansas up for grabs.

jenjscott

Mosquito Beach Poultry
11 Years
May 24, 2008
3,701
35
256
Southeast Arkansas
I always laugh at people trying to get rid of their excess roos, but here I go...FREE Aruacana Roo, 8 months old, tailess, no tufts. Pick up in southeast Arkansas. Free


 
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ItsSuzzie

Songster
11 Years
Jun 4, 2008
215
1
121
Lucerne Valley, California
Oh I wish I lived closer, only if he is a Standard Size bird. Araucana's are my goal in 2009. If you have this breed and sell hatching eggs, PM me with a quote. If they are Standard Size that is.

Also, are they NPIP approved. And what is the history on their blood line.

Thanks a million!!
 

Ytailhunter

In the Brooder
11 Years
Sep 17, 2008
76
0
39
Massena NY
You may want to look very close. Although they are not large he does appear to have a very small tuft at least on this side. and I am sure you know if he has the (Et) gene he is capable of producing tufted offspring. I wish I lived closer also as he seem's to be of very good type as well.
 

jenjscott

Mosquito Beach Poultry
11 Years
May 24, 2008
3,701
35
256
Southeast Arkansas
As to size, I myself am not sure. I have never seen any aruacanas except those I hatched out from shipped eggs, which were sold as purebred aruacana. So I,m not sure how big they are supposed to be. He is either a largish bantam or a smallish LF. Smaller than all my other LF, but bigger than my banties. I only had three to hatch all together (I never have luck with shipped eggs). None were tufted, the two roosters were tailess, and the hen was non tufted and had a tail. The feathers at his ears look to be the samr little feather patch all other roosters have.
 

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