Great starter flock POL hens/pullets - variety of egg colors

Discussion in 'Chickens 8 Weeks & Older' started by johnderosa1, Sep 21, 2012.

  1. johnderosa1

    johnderosa1 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi I am currently consolidating my flock and have the following birds available. Flock will lay the following egg colors: Dark red-brown(marans), Blue (ameraucana), Olive (olive egger), light tan (Light sussex)

    1 pure bred light sussex hen/pullet 9 mos old - currently laying
    1 wade jeane black copper marans 9 mos old - slightly mossy feathers on wings - currently laying
    1 wheaten ameraucana 15 mos old - just finishing her first molt - egg color should be very good
    1 blue copper marans/ameraucana mix 15 mos old - molting - egg color medium olive
    1 cuckoo marans 9 mos old from mydarkeggs.com
    1 clean legged wheaten marans hen 15 mos old. just finished molting - lays a nice red-brown extra large egg

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    First person to PM with a decent offer wins. Please feel free to contact me with questions.

    I also have the following cockerals/roosters - best offer

    1 large black ameraucana rooster from excellent stock 15 mos old. proven fertile and gentle around people.
    He has some gold flecks in his neck hackles.
    5 Ameraucana x Marans cockerals that are about 8-10 weeks old. Should make good meat birds.

    these birds are pick-up only - Location is West Central New Jersey
     
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  2. lovinchicks

    lovinchicks Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Where are you at?
     
  3. johnderosa1

    johnderosa1 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hmmm... I guess a location would be helpful. West Central New Jersey.
     
  4. johnderosa1

    johnderosa1 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Just a note..... if anyone is interested please respond soon as I will begin culling some of these birds in another week or so.
     

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