Paint silkies & breeders in the Netherlands

Discussion in 'Chicken Breeders & Hatcheries' started by danischi24, Apr 25, 2009.

  1. danischi24

    danischi24 Loves naked pets

    Aug 17, 2008
    Australia
    Are there any quality silkie breeders in the Netherlands?
     
  2. Poulets De Cajun

    Poulets De Cajun Overrun With Chickens

    There's a whole slew of them...
     
  3. danischi24

    danischi24 Loves naked pets

    Aug 17, 2008
    Australia
    Thanks a bunch-I've been looking for that site for awhile! Let's see how my dutch is-it used to be passable.
    Does anyone know breeder's websites as there aren't any posted on the website.
     
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  4. danischi24

    danischi24 Loves naked pets

    Aug 17, 2008
    Australia
    Anyone with breeder's websites?
     
  5. Poulets De Cajun

    Poulets De Cajun Overrun With Chickens

    Contact Hans. His email is listed on that Dutch site. I'm sure he can refer you to someone. He's also the only one with paints I believe.
     
  6. rodriguezpoultry

    rodriguezpoultry Langshan Lover

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    *pokes Poulets De Cajun with a spoon* [​IMG]

    You wouldn't happen to know of any in the US or Canada would you?
     
  7. Poulets De Cajun

    Poulets De Cajun Overrun With Chickens

    There are only 20 to 30 breeding birds on the ground in the entire world, and they are those in the Dutch Countries, and they belong to one breeder I believe.
     
  8. rodriguezpoultry

    rodriguezpoultry Langshan Lover

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    Had a feeling. Out of all the silkies, I of course only show interest in the ones that aren't going to be coming here for quite some time. I'll stick with the standard breeds for now...and have silkies to set.

    *looks up at the coop* "Hear that?! SET!!"
     
  9. Poulets De Cajun

    Poulets De Cajun Overrun With Chickens

    I dont think those 'paint' Silkies will make it to a point where they are plentiful any time soon. It's taken 15+ years to get them to this point, and there are still only 20-30 birds. Thats not many considering how many have had to been hatched over the years.
     

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