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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.
I wouldn't risk it from across country. They flight USPS shipments and altitude alone will burst air cells. If you can its best to stay within a neighboring state or at least east coast where they are typically trucked in. If you keep searching you will find the breeds you want and great sellers as well.
MC chick, ever hear of jail break? Lol.
Some of us just need incubators....or broodies.
That's an option too!
So many locals have sooo many breeds...why fly in from CA?
OMG!!! I have a large sized freezer in the basement that stopped working............ anybody want it????
I have decided i will just keep looking till i find what a i want locally. Found legbars in Mt airy md.(30 min south) so just the basque, and polish yet.
Super excited. It's finally warm on a non-gym day, so we're going for a bike ride as soon as he gets home! He's been out a few times already, but it's my first time this year. I used to hate riding on bikes, now I've gotten to the point of loving it!
Then we'll get the second cage setup put up and more shelving in the garage and plant these raspberries! Yay for gorgeous weather!
I am from Dover, PA. I am new to the site and chickens. Still in the preparation stage, finding a coop and that kinda thing. Love this site.