LF Frizzled Naked Neck Olive Eggers

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by bethbug74, Mar 9, 2014.

  1. bethbug74

    bethbug74 The Lady Gadfly

    Mar 28, 2011
    Fort Smith, Arkansas
    OLIVE GREEN eggs that hatch unique hybrid OE babies, in variation, are now available.

    $10/6 currently.

    These babies will lay green eggs of their own when mature.

    Incompletely dominant traits (Naked necks and Frizzled feathers) will only hatch sometimes (about 50% each), and should NOT be bred together when these birds are mature, to prevent debilitating feathering problems, but can be reproduced with smooth-feathered, non naked necked mates, again, about 50% of the time).

    These birds are very friendly, intelligent, medium sized LF. They are excellent foragers. They lay very consistently, and mature in about 4 months to a decent meat bird. Their parents are not related. We are hatching at about 90% with total initial fertility. Most of the babies are feathering out black with a few white and blonde highlights, and a few are a uniform, laced slate. They have 4 toes and long legs. Their papa looks like a hilarious burnt popcorn with feet and follows his people like a puppy, hoping for treats. He is a very gentle, laid back guy, dispite his odd appearance.

    Shipping is $15, anywhere in the U.S.
    Last edited: Mar 21, 2014

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