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Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by doubleatraining, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. doubleatraining

    doubleatraining Songster

    Jul 25, 2011
    Franklinton, NC
    Have a POL pair of Bielefelders that I'm looking to sell. They are about 7 months old and the pullet is starting to check out the nest box.

    They are direct from Green Fire Farms. This is a very friendly and mellow pair. They are auto sexing and unfortunately aren't going to fit into my breeding plans for the upcoming year.

    From GFF:

    "This breed is very large, and the beautiful hens lay piles of large brown eggs. The introduction of modern chicken breeds is often accompanied with much hype, but in the case of the Bielefelders the superlatives happen to be true. Bielefelders consistently lay some of the the largest eggs of any chicken breed that we have kept at Greenfire Farms, they lay them in very impressive numbers, and they start laying at a young age. The hens are unusual in that despite their large size they are extremely gentle, and you can remove the eggs from under the hens without being pecked; a practical everyday benefit given the size and power of these birds."

    REASONABLE offers considered.

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