High in demand breeds?

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nicalandia

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Was just wondering what are some high in demand breeds that would be easy to sell as chicks or adults? Thanks
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Nothing Sells more than Olive Eggers, you can make a quick buck if you advertise them as Sexlinked Olive Eggers too..

the Road and Path to the 100% sexlink, 100% Olive egger 100% Guaranteed

any colore Ameraucana rooster that is not white mated to a cuckoo Maran HEN this will give you Sexlinkes, black males with headspot and black females with no headspot, just like black sexlinks
 
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PeckPeckChick

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Nothing Sells more than Olive Eggers, you can make a quick buck if you advertise them as Sexlinked Olive Eggers too..

the Road and Path to the 100% sexlink, 100% Olive egger 100% Guaranteed

any colore Ameraucana rooster that is not white mated to a cuckoo Maran rooster this will give you Sexlinkes, black males with headspot and black females with no headspot, just like black sexlinks
Hmmmm how do I mate a roo to a roo? ;)
 

aoxa

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Hmmmm how do I mate a roo to a roo?
He meant hen. :)

The female must be the cuckoo marans. However it would not be 100% olive eggs. Unless I am missing something, if I breed a blue egger to a brown egger, I get some brown eggs and some green eggs.. So if I bred a blue egger to a chocolate egger, I'd get some olive eggers and some brown eggers.

I can't keep up with Easter Egger orders.

Actually all of my breeds are high in demand
 
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nicalandia

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He meant hen. :)

The female must be the cuckoo marans. However it would not be 100% olive eggs. Unless I am missing something, if I breed a blue egger to a brown egger, I get some brown eggs and some green eggs.. So if I bred a blue egger to a chocolate egger, I'd get some olive eggers and some brown eggers.

I can't keep up with Easter Egger orders.

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arent cuckoo marans Chocolate eggers? I know Doctor Punnett made the first recorded mating that produced an OLIVE egger way back in 1931, when he crossed his Chilean stock that laid blue eggs to Welsummers he got Olive eggers, so if Marans are chocolate eggers this should work too
 

PeckPeckChick

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He meant hen. :) 

The female must be the cuckoo marans. However it would not be 100% olive eggs. Unless I am missing something, if I breed a blue egger to a brown egger, I get some brown eggs and some green eggs.. So if I bred a blue egger to a chocolate egger, I'd get some olive eggers and some brown eggers. 

I can't keep up with Easter Egger orders. 

Actually all of my breeds are high in demand
Which other breeds do you have?
 

aoxa

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Which other breeds do you have?
Buckeyes
Silver Pencilled Plymouth Rock (going to not do these in the future, having problems with fertility and the hens have quit laying on me at 10 months old.)
Silkies
Barred Plymouth Rocks
Easter Eggers
Ameraucanas
Frizzles
Naked Neck

next year I'll have Marans. I just hatched some out.
 
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