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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.
yeah! I am planning on going, too!
If anyone is wondering what might show up to the Green Dragon Special Sale auction, I can give a list of the birds I personally will be bringing just to give an idea of what to expect. I will have a pretty big load as I am selling out of a number of birds and I only have a pair or 2 of some of these breeds......
Peafowl: 2011 Indian Blue Hens and Blue Pieds
Pheasants: 2011 Cinnamon goldens, Yellow Goldens, and Silver hens
Guineafowl in many colors: Slate, Pied, Royal Purple Pied, Lavender Pied, White
- Bantams: Silver and Golden Campines, Black Rosecombs (Rick Hare line), Buff Brahmas, BB Red Cubalayas, Old English in Splash and Golden Duckwing, Silver Spangled Hamburgs, Silver laced and Blue Wyandottes, and Partridge Silkies
- Large Fowl: Black Langshans, Blue Andalusians, BB Red Cubalayas, Silver Phoenix, and a single Golden Pencilled Hamburg hen.
Ducks: White & Fawn and White Runners, Blue Fawn Calls, maybe White Calls
Geese: One Tufted Roman (I think it's a hen)
Pigeons: English Trumpeters, Baghdads, Mookies, Red Fantails, White Indian Fantails, Rollers, possibly Egyptian Swifts
Yes we are neighbors - we are in Swiftwater
That sounds like a good way to get in trouble at the Green Dragon, lol. I think I'm about an hour away, so I might be tempted...
Anyone in York/Adams County area need a coop? This looks like it would work well ~ and it is FREE!
That is so awesome!!! I will have to look it up.
Heather, please do...my BF says 1 (large) coop is enough...of course he's wrong...but....
I don't know if any of you might be interested in a new dog, but I have one male English shepherd puppy left from a January litter that I'd like to place soon ES are fantastic small farm/homestead dogs. You can read more about the breed here. http://www.englishshepherd.org/find.htm
The little guy I'm looking to place visits my chickens & ducks every day, and is the calmest puppy that I've ever seen with them. He pays attention to them, but his prey drive doesn't kick in, so I think he'll turn out to be a super poultry guardian. He can be very sweet and snuggly, too, and is starting to understand that peeing is to be done outside.
I'm a bit north of Harrisburg, and would make a really good deal to the perfect family where this little darlin' can thrive and reach his potential. Send me a pm here if you want more info. Please put your regular email address in the pm.
I tried to get it. They never emailed me back :- (
Wow I thought I knew a lot about dog breeds but hadn't heard of english shephards! Looks like a wonderful animal. So first my sister buys a karelian bear dog, that I never heard of, and now this. Man, I need to stop researching chickens and update myself on canines! Haha!