Mille Fleur bantams

bloomnbeauty

Delux Cluxs
11 Years
Sep 16, 2008
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WTB: Mille Fleur bantams or eggs.. these chicks are just gorgeous! Pm please!!



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cthrash1

Songster
11 Years
Apr 15, 2008
3,046
5
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Somerset, KY
What do you thinks of these? I have promised someone else close by some eggs after fertility is checked...But if you can wait a little bit(I would be able to send up to 6 eggs, collected in a few days), 2 are laying off and on right now...Haven't this week though, they went on strike because I moved them into better housing...or until Spring, when all 3 of my girls will be laying(more eggs).

They just came out of a molt recently and are still growing their beards back...




and this is a pick a couple months ago of the one that will be laying by Spring...She's only about 6 months old.

<<<<She's also the one over to the left...my avatar

Cindy
 
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hinkjc

Crowing
Premium Feather Member
13 Years
Jan 11, 2007
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What breed are you looking for? Mille Fleur is a color and several breeds come in that color. Or doesn't breed matter?


Jody
 

Kung Foo Chicken

Songster
11 Years
Sep 11, 2008
759
7
141
Upstate, South Carolina
Belgian d'Uccle. Everyone requires Paypal which is usually Ebay which I haven't used in many years since I can get most of my electronics/computer parts (nerd) for less elsewhere. Maybe some Partridge Cochins too later would be cool.

I'm in no real hurry though as it can be even up till next spring. I tried finding some local this past spring/summer and have looked at these chickens since I was a kid and tried to order 5 chickens from Murray when I was 10 years old lol. I don't want 25 or so that Murray requires just 3-6 of each.

I have an LG incubator (don't worry) I got good practice with hatching with it from some mutt chickens I picked up and have excellent hatch results once one learns to compensate for it being strange.
 

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