OHio ~ Come on Buckeyes, let me know your out there!

Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by twincreekfarm, Jul 25, 2007.

  1. Dawns Funy Farm

    Dawns Funy Farm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    hey anyone close to chillicothe ohio have any blrw eggs i have three broodies setting on air and have wanted blrw since the first time i saw them thanks for your time
     
  2. loveourbirds

    loveourbirds Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I don't have any blue laced red wyandottes (yet they are still in the eggs). but if you cant find any I do have some full blood fertile eggs of other breeds.
     
  3. Dawns Funy Farm

    Dawns Funy Farm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    wow your just down the road from me, what breeds do you have?
     
  4. Rnbwbrite1207

    Rnbwbrite1207 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    So Buckeyes I am in deep! I have nine pullets in the backyard (2 Rhode Island red, 2 Tetra Tint,1 barred Rock, 1 Buff orpington, 1 red Sussex, 1 bantam auracauna, 1 bantam Cochin) I have six black copper marans coming the 26th, 4-6 olive eggers next week, and 10 more chicks coming mid July (2 blue Cochin, 2 blue Andalusian, 2 welsummer, 2 Easter egger, and 2 partridge marans). I am in way over my head and cant back out of any of these birds. So I am wondering would anyone like any of these fluffy butts? No charge just arrange transportation from northeast Ohio. Let me know if you can help me out. Thanks everybody!
     
  5. loveourbirds

    loveourbirds Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I hate this question [​IMG] .
    large fowl:
    SL wyandottes, white rocks, black australorps, buff orpingtong, silver phoenix, dark Cornish, some light Cornish (not laying well right now), basque, rhode island red, turken, Dominique, white leghorn.

    bantams:
    cochin: black, buff, blue spash, blue mottled, lemon cuckoo.
    old English: black, white, creole, quail, wheaten, red pyle, self blue/lavender, blue splash, b.b red. fawn red, fawn silver duckwing, silver duckwing, spangle, cuckoo, dark blue, brassy blue, lemon blue, brassy back.
    white leghorn, silver penciled rock, some silkies black-white-buff, black rosecombs, partridge Wyandotte, silver sebrite.

    im sure im missing something, some eggs are spoke for in trades. other breeds maturing this fall.
     
  6. TheCrazyChick

    TheCrazyChick Chillin' With My Peeps

    Quick question ... are these birds coming from breeders or hatcheries? I have some interest in the partridge marans. I am NW Ohio.
     
  7. Stevens21

    Stevens21 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Depending where North East from me, (if its about a 1 hour or two) I would love red susses, blue cochin and a welsummer I am a chicken o holic I would take all if I could lol though my husband might smack me for =)
     
  8. mlaff

    mlaff Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I would be interested in a maran or two depending where in NE Ohio you are.
     
  9. mlaff

    mlaff Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I get jealous every time I read your list. You have some beautiful breeds. ;)
     
  10. mlaff

    mlaff Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Do what I do and hide them. Lol I got 4 new sizzles he knows nothing about and 14 cream legbar eggs that will be here tomorrow morning. I'm just throwing them in with my choc orp eggs. They will only have 1&1/2 apart. He would kill me if he knew. But I know he will like the CCLs. They are pretty.
     

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