Michigan Chickenstock 2012 Buy/Sell/Trade

Discussion in 'Chickenstocks, Shows, Meet-Ups' started by theron, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. theron

    theron Theron's Fowl Farm

    Nov 15, 2009
    Midland, MI
    More information for Michigan Chickenstock 2012 is found here: https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=8171704#p8171704

    This is the place to inform others what you are bringing to Chickenstock or are wanting to get at Chickenstock. Reply with what you are bringing to sell/want/or to trade.

    Please remember to make sure that all animals are healthy and parasite free. Thanks


    theron: barnyard mixes, seramas, blrw bantam, bantam mixes

    Hillbilly Hen: delawares, black austrolorps, heritage barred rocks, german new hampshires

    chicken delighted: barnyard mix pullets

    RIRJen: silkies, showgirls, speckled sussex

    Jake Levi: icelandic rooster, cuckoo maran cockerel

    Mom 2em All: Uggo chicks, bantams

    SillyChicken: duccle chicks, bantams, silkie roosters

    Wynette: hatching eggs (black copper marans, olive eggers, jersey giants, silver penciled plymouth rocks) (pm for advanced notice) barred rock cockerels, splash isbar cockerel, columbian plymouth rock hatching eggs

    ksl42: barred rocks, new hamshires, buff orp/easter egger or golden laced wyanndotte mixes

    RIRJen: speckled sussex hatching eggs (pm for order)

    AshtonStone: silkies

    abbypeaches: copper marans cockerel

    GreenEarth: dark brahma/blrw cross rooster

    Anish: white silkies, golden laced sebrights

    theron: muscovys, sebastopols

    ksl42: rouens

    Farmerboy16: white chinese

    SillyChicken: meat rabbits live or processed (PM for processed orders)

    RIRJen: english spot, english lop, belgian hare

    theron: guinea pigs

    Raz: honey (pm if interested)

    Hillbilly Hen: incubator

    Farmerboy16: American Guinea piglets (pm for info/ordering)

    SillyChicken: royal palm turkey chicks

    ksl42: guinea hatching eggs

    MI chickens: automatic chicken door opener

    GreenEarth: goat milk & honey soap, lamancha goat bucklings

    swampducks: dog proof coon trap

    Hillbilly Hen: chicken aprons

    RIRJen: rabbit/chicken nest boxes

    kimmie6067: handcrafted tote bags

    Farmerboy16: nipple waterers (pm for details)

    AshtonStone: alpaca products

    MI chickens: chicken play pens

    Hillbilly Hen: welsummer pullets

    Farmerboy16: araucanas, silkies, showgirls, muscovys, guinea eggs

    chicken delighted: welsummer pullets, french black copper maran pullets

    Trefoil: silkies

    Nigellas: welsh harlequin ducklings

    Jake Levi: quail d'anvers, black copper marans

    Sara Jayne: silkie chicks

    Lil_Miss_Farmer_Chick: russian orloffs

    Wynette: young male welsh harlequin duck

    SankofaGypsy: frizzled polish hen

    afveteran88: silkies

    Sara Jayne: silkie chicks

    loveinmychicks: black copper marans chicks or eggs

    kelliepulido: egg laying mixed pullets

    Katiesduckies: easter eggers, any kind of ducks

    ksl42: blue laced red wyanndotte chicks, young blue laced red wyanndotte rooster

    1muttsfan: wheaten/ blue wheaten americaunas

    AshtonStone: buff and paint silkies, olive eggers

    Cochin378: hovabator

    Raz: india blue male peacock

    GreenEarth: blrw pullets

    Opa: vacuumed sealed smoked chicken [​IMG]

    Raz: feed bag totes

    kimmie6067: handcrafted items

    Farmerboy16: plants

    hockeygirl56: homemade jams
    Last edited: Jun 22, 2012
  2. Opa

    Opa Opa-wan Chickenobi

    May 11, 2008
    Howell Michigan
    I will add a couple of vaccum sealed smoked chickens to the table.
  3. Hillbilly Hen

    Hillbilly Hen Crowing

    Apr 11, 2009
    Newaygo Michigan
    I will be hatching Delawares, Black Austrolorps, Heritage Barred Rocks and German New Hampshires. I can also bring eggs from these breeds.

    I will only hatch chicks or bring eggs if someone pre orders them. I will need to know by May 31st for chick orders.

    I will be making some more chicken aprons if anyone is interested.
    Last edited: May 31, 2012
  4. Farmerboy16

    Farmerboy16 Rebuilding my Farm

    Dec 30, 2010
    Sparta, MI
    Erased. :(
    Last edited: Feb 29, 2012
  5. M.sue

    M.sue Songster

    May 29, 2011
    My, oh my, oh my..... many breeds to choose from. I have to decide what I want. I definitely want to add a few more to my flock but haven't decided. Decisions, decisions, decisions.....I better get really thinking.
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2012
  6. RaZ

    RaZ Crowing Premium Member

    Apr 20, 2011
    Caseville, MI
    If I can see well enough to get my sewing machine threaded, I will make up some feed bag totes for the raffle.

    eta: I should have some honey available unless I sell out before then.
    Last edited: Jan 17, 2012
  7. M.sue

    M.sue Songster

    May 29, 2011
    For those of you bringing chicks to sell, approximately how old will they be in June? Trying to do some planning.
  8. chicken delighted

    chicken delighted Songster

    Mar 26, 2011
    i am in tell me when where and any other ifnormation i would love to come!!!!!!
    i'll see what i can get together and let you know .
    i have should have a few of my branyard mix pullets at point of lay by then. or do the need to be pure breeds?
    would like a few more welsummers and some french black copper marans pullets
  9. Farmerboy16

    Farmerboy16 Rebuilding my Farm

    Dec 30, 2010
    Sparta, MI
    I am planning to hatch whatever I am able to get, whoever is laying from now to June 23rd, and if anyone wants something that I have, then I will bring them to Chickenstock. That way if there was a failed hatch, or too low fertility, or the breed was not laying, so that I will not disappoint anyone. I can do a waiting list, and if I have a right number of chicks hatch that the person wanted, I will let them know. Hopefully that is the best I can come up with. :)
  10. theron

    theron Theron's Fowl Farm

    Nov 15, 2009
    Midland, MI
    Information about Chickenstock is located at the top of this thread (by clicking on the link).

    No, they don't have to be purebred. Some of my barnyard mixes are the best layers in the flock. Bring whatever you would like to sell. :)

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