LIST for selling and trading at the Bigzios 2nd annual Chickenstock WI

Discussion in 'Chickenstocks, Shows, Meet-Ups' started by Terri O, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. Terri O

    Terri O Chillin' With My Peeps

    This is a list (so we all remember) of what is being swapped, traded or given away at our Chickenstock in Wisconsin--http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=440158
    for more information. Please post to this thread and I will attempt to keep it up dated! Thanks! Terri O

    Terri O-- Offering: baby bunnies, trumpet vine, mulberry trees, feathers to make whistles for DrH, 3 very tame baby
    muskovy ducks
    Needs: absolutely nothing but I am a sucker for things cute and perenials! (Oh yeah...those Buckeyes!)

    Cindlady--Offering: Golden Comet (Gold Star) cockerels (3)
    Needs: Ameraucana Pullets 2-3, probably 3 Guinea hens (pullets), Rhubarb, mulberry ,comfrey, any herb that has a medical use

    French Toast--Offering:
    Black Ameruacana Roosters (1 yr olds)

    Snow in the Mountain plants (green and white plants)
    Dandelions & numerous unidentifiable weeds
    Needs: Royal Purple, Violet, Chocolate Guineas to add to my collection
    1 yr old or older Peahen
    Rhubarb
    peony
    DayLilly
    Gladiolas
    Aspargus
    Grape Vines
    Sweet woodruff (ground cover)
    Clematis
    Any Noninvasive perenials
    Strawberries
    Berry bushes
    Money Tree
     
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  2. Terri O

    Terri O Chillin' With My Peeps

    I can also bring perennials to trade/give. Let me know what you are looking for and I will see if I have it! Terri O
     
  3. FrenchToast

    FrenchToast "Draft Apple Ridge" a Bit from Heaven

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    I was the one looking for Rhubarb

    I have to offer:

    Black Ameruacana Roosters (1 yr olds)

    Snow in the Mountain plants (green and white plants)
    Dandelions & numerous unidentifiable weeds


    Want List:

    Rhubarb
    peony
    DayLilly
    Gladiolas
    Aspargus
    Grape Vines
    Sweet woodruff (ground cover)
    Clematis
    Any Noninvasive perenials
    Strawberries
    Berry bushes
    Money Tree


    Royal Purple, Violet, Chocolate Guineas to add to my collection
    1 yr old or older Peahen

    And the list goes on and on and on .....................Dr Santa !!!!! [​IMG]

    Sorry, I don't have much to offer. When we moved here there were no perenials etc. Just Apple Trees and Weeds. So I've been trying to add a little bit every year.
     
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  4. Cindlady

    Cindlady Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Have:
    Golden Comet (Gold Star) cockerels (3) .... I will bring if someone wants.

    Asparagus
    Chives
    Lilly of the valley
    Some flowering perennials that I don't know what are [​IMG] They came w/the house and there are too many!
    I will look for hackberry

    Want:
    Ameraucana Pullets 2-3
    probably 3 Guinea hens (pullets)

    Rhubarb
    mulberry
    comfrey
    any herb that has a medical use

    Thanks!
     
  5. Amyable

    Amyable Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Have:

    Comfrey
    Ditch Lilies (wild daylilies)
    Oregano
    Ground cherries (maybe)
    Evening Primrose

    Seeds: Mammoth Melting Pod Pea
    Painted Pony Green Bean
    Borage
    Morning Glory (mix of Grandpa Ott's & Purple)
    many heirloom tomatoes

    I am hoping to bring 1 dozen Norwegian Jaerhon eggs to swap, if they lay more than one a day [​IMG]

    I will take any plant or seed, hen/pullet/chick. [​IMG]


    AND

    Julie has:

    1 Mille Fleur D'Uccle rooster (1 yr old)
     
  6. FrenchToast

    FrenchToast "Draft Apple Ridge" a Bit from Heaven

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    Quote:Just picked up rhubarb and strawberries at the farmers market today !!! Yummmmmm !!! The Rhubarb is small but it is a start. Still will take a small root if anyone has any. I know there are different varieties out their. Would make an interesting colored pie. YUM
     
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  7. Cindlady

    Cindlady Chillin' With My Peeps

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    amyable... If you find ground cherries I would love, love, love them! Ex-landlord killed what I had!
    I think I can get some peonies (dark pink and white)


    no luck on hackberies [​IMG]
     
  8. Celtic Chick

    Celtic Chick Overrun With Chickens

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    No worries, Cind. I greatly appreciate you checking, though. [​IMG]
    Hey, FT, I'll take one of those money trees if you find some! [​IMG]
    I have wild grapevines growing all over creation down here. Want any? [​IMG]
    Still don't know if I can make it, but I could possibly send something along with someone?
    I have:
    irises
    spiderwort
    maximillian sunflower
    raspberries
    box elders [​IMG]

    I haven't seen anyone talk about them, but maybe for next year, I would be greatly interested in a couple of lavendar orpington pullets. Ssshhhhh! Don't tell my DH!
     
  9. FrenchToast

    FrenchToast "Draft Apple Ridge" a Bit from Heaven

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    Quote:I just hatched out some lavender and lavender split orpingtons. So I should have some chicks in about 6 months. I also just hatched out some lavender bantam cochins !! I plan on breeding them to lavender silkies to make lavender silkie/cochin crosses in addtion to the pure breeds.

    I'll pass on the wild grapes, hubby just came home with some grape vines from Fleet Farm yesterday so I should take them off my list unless anyone has any heritage ones.

    What color are your iris's and spiderwort? I have purple spiderwort, just a few poking out of the ground that made the move from Racine.
     
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  10. FrenchToast

    FrenchToast "Draft Apple Ridge" a Bit from Heaven

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    I can bring a clump of green & white hostas. We can divide it there amongst who would want some?? Or let me know and I'll divide it into several small plants.
     

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