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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by jchny2000, Dec 18, 2012.
Such a beautiful bird! So sorry for your loss.
jchny2000 - Cute pictures! I love the one of your young chickens in the house, watching TV!
brad~ i thought about incubating and selling chicks in the spring... how much should i ask for buff orp. chicks?
not brad but if these are heritage lines then at least $5 but sells might be slow until the feed stores run out of their hatchery stock.
If heritage I agree, if not then I would think somewhere around $3 would be a good price IMO
Thanks, everyone, for your thoughts. We buried Natalie out where the hens free-range every day, at the edge of the woods. I just hate to see them go with internal laying. She was one of six barred Rocks that I bought 2 years ago, the first one I've lost of her broodmates. I wish I could say more about her. She was a pretty quiet and reserved young lady. Never seemed to like having her picture taken if the stink-eyes were any indication.
Sorry for your loss of Natalie. Lovely bird.
I'd agree with the others. That being said, I'd start with a price your happy with, and adjust as necessary. If the are selling very well, increase the price a little and if they aren't selling very well, lower the price.
Anyone in northern Indiana wanting a cabinet incubator, this ones posted on Craigslist. I've read great things about these older wood incubators.
I saw this one. I also saw another one in better shape and cheaper with all new internal parts. But i dont have the money too spend right now