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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by mswiggi, Jan 28, 2008.
i would just box them up and send them to me.
No, I'm not really sure what they go for...I had a guy here offer me some older chicks (4-6 weeks old) 3 of them for $40. One peacock, two peahens. I've been told that was a good deal, and I was a dummy and didn't get back to the guy
As much as I could get & that's a serious answer. Unlike gold & oil which sell on the world marke birds don't have a determined value.
I've seen Pea Fowl go for $150 each at auction. I've also seen them go for $8.
You need to research your local market to seewhat they're bringing, then you need to factor in how badly you want to sell them.
I get $50-$100 for breeding trios of my R I Red Bantams. When I send my culls to the local auction I'm happy to get 50 cents each because at least I don't have to feed them any more.