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Olive egger roosters and barnevelder roosters (new mexico)

Discussion in 'Chickens 8 Weeks & Older' started by gruffy, Feb 12, 2017.

  1. gruffy

    gruffy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hello again BYC!
    Boy do I have roosters for sale! I have posted on a few different sites but thought I would try here! Anyways they are all hand raised different ages.asking $15 each. Will take returns if they don't fit for any reason. I hand raise all of my birds so they will have a great relationship with people before they go home! Descriptions below.

    3 olive eggers hatched Nov 6th getting their gorgeous new feathers and ready to join a new flock. Should be ready to start making their own chicks in a few months. They are double laced golden barnevelder x americauna, very sweet have been flock favorites and love people. Haven't had any previous birds turn aggressive, they've been very well mannered and fairly quiet. I've never had any complaints. Hens have been fantastic layers of large olive green eggs and have even laid through winter. Hens are brindled striped and laced- orange and black, roosters are red and black with red lacing.

    Barnevelder rooster(s) blue or black double laced, rare breed. two weeks old, still figuring out who are roosters. I'm sure at least one is a rooster. Ordered in from Florida NPIP. Barnevelders are very easy going cold weather heritage layers and hardy birds. They are medium sized with a lot of plumage and lay medium to large sized brown speckled eggs. Hens are double laced roosters are solid black and red.

    Let me know if you are interested or have any questions feel free to ask! Thank you
     
  2. Kirstiedanielle

    Kirstiedanielle New Egg

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    If only you could ship.. :( i need an oliver egger cockerel and i cant find one local!
     
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