Introducing Cockadoodle Blue Farms!

Oct 20, 2020
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I am not new to BYC but I have decided to make a new account for selling the birds we breed on our farm. We are located in Yelm, Washington but if there is a demand for shipped hatching eggs we may get NPIP certified by the spring.

We breed bbs ameraucanas, lavender ameraucanas, bbs australorps, bbs orpingtons, bbs olive eggers, favaucanas, and easter eggers.

I will include some pictures of our birds. We breed our ameraucanas, orpingtons, and australorps to the SOP and we plan on showing our ameraucanas and australorps once shows start coming up in our area.

We have a facebook page for our birds and the best way to get quick responses is by messenger. No matter how you attempt to contact me I will respond asap!

Please let me know if you have any interest in shipped eggs. I am trying to decide if it would be worth it for us to become NPIP certified. Thanks for reading!
 

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Willow2253

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I’m in Oregon, I’ve been looking into where to get hatching eggs in the spring, so if you do get NPIP and start shipping I would love to know.
 
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I’m in Oregon, I’ve been looking into where to get hatching eggs in the spring, so if you do get NPIP and start shipping I would love to know.
Okay! We have a facebook page as wel, that’s the easiest way to see when we have some available. If you type in cockadoodle blue farms it should be the first one to show up😊 And feel free to message me in there as well so we can discuss more on what breeds you want and how many eggs😁
 

gimmie birdies

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I think the only breed I will get next year will be blue isbars. I have just about every other breed. I have had blue isbars before but ran out. I like their mint colored eggs. I have a blue bell egger laying a true blue color. Most of my birds are young.
 
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I think the only breed I will get next year will be blue isbars. I have just about every other breed. I have had blue isbars before but ran out. I like their mint colored eggs. I have a blue bell egger laying a true blue color. Most of my birds are young.
Unfortunately we don’t have blue isbars. Do you have bbs australorps? I haven’t seen any at least in washington. Their personalities are amazing and i’m pretty happy about the lacing ours have
 

Willow2253

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We love our black australorps, but unfortunately we lost all but 1 to a neighbor’s dogs this summer. Are the other varieties much different? I’ll definitely check out your Facebook page in the spring.
 

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