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ISO gold laced Brahma eggs or roo. asap!!

Discussion in 'Chickens 8 Weeks & Older' started by MisterHunnyFarms, Apr 2, 2018.

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    MisterHunnyFarms In the Brooder

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    I recently got myself the most beautiful gold laced Brahma hen.. I badly need and want to find her a roo or purchase hatching eggs. I'm in Oklahoma.. I'll pay shipping plus cost of Roo or eggs!! PLEASE help me out!! I'm new to this group so I don't know how or who to find to look for them. Someone please help!!
     
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    Percheron chick Crowing

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    Who did you get the hen from? There are so few breeders working on GLB that your best bet would be to go back to them. There were a few who advertised eggs on here but I haven't seen them around in years. Try eBay. Look for a FB group.
     
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    MisterHunnyFarms In the Brooder

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    Thank you! I found her at our local chicken swap on saturday. Thankfully I was there early to set up. When I did my walk thru to see what everyone had brought I spotted her. Never seen anything like her! She's absolutely BEAUTIFUL!! the man selling her told me what she was. Said he was never able to find more. I of course bought her. I couldn't say no!!
     
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    Percheron chick Crowing

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    Pictures? I suspect she is probably a golden laced Wyandotte cross with feathered feet. GLB are a project color and extremely rare. People don't just have one. They have a flock of them. You should pay upwards of $50 for a hen too.
     
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