Polisg Bantam Hatching Eggs (Frizzle Gene)

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  1. skycladfaerielady

    skycladfaerielady Out Of The Brooder

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    12 + Polish Bantam Hatching Eggs ~ I do not have my colors separated right now, as I pen them all together for warmth in the heated coop in the winter, so any colors, as well as splashes are possible. I send 12, plus whatever else I can fit into the box. [​IMG]
    The first image is my favorite Frizzled boy. I hatch about 25% Frizzles from this group.


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    Lots of White, Cuckoo & Blue from this pen. I have my Blue Cuckoo project trio in this pen for the winter, also.
     
  2. skycladfaerielady

    skycladfaerielady Out Of The Brooder

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    The shipping is included in the price of the eggs. if you want to come and pick them up, I'd let you have them for 25 bucks.[​IMG]I am in Groveland Indiana, but have a Coatesville address.
     
  3. skycladfaerielady

    skycladfaerielady Out Of The Brooder

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    My Polish are my sweetest pets. [​IMG] Spoiled little brats. In the summer, I will separate out the colors, as I have the pens. My d'Uccles are just coming out of molt & should be laying soon. [​IMG]
     
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  4. flgardengirl

    flgardengirl Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Sunny side up :)
    I love your cuckoo polish! I like the yoyo quilt too. Did you make it? Haha you are gonna find a little poop inside one of those yoyos lol !!
     
  5. skycladfaerielady

    skycladfaerielady Out Of The Brooder

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    Yes, I made the yo-yo quilt. [​IMG] Not often that I meet anybody who knows what it is! I do yo-yo quilts for $500.00 each for full sized beds in the colors ordered. They take me around 3 months each to make. I have a lot of Cuckoo Polish & will separate them once the bad weather has passed. I just bought the lovliest new little Cuckoo roo at the Crossroads show. The bigger roo in the cage with him pulled out all his tail feathers, so I got him for a really good price, too! He is 8 months old & weighs exactly 1 lb. 3 oz. [​IMG] He will have all 9 of my SQ Cuckoo gals to himself this spring. [​IMG]
     
  6. ldutch123

    ldutch123 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I would love to buy these but I have only raised chicks never hatched the eggs. I would even be willing to pick the up. Do u ever sell chicks?
     
  7. skycladfaerielady

    skycladfaerielady Out Of The Brooder

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    I have eggs in the incy due to hatch on the 21st. I do not ship chicks, yet. Waiting for my new building to be put up before I go that far. If you want to pick some up, that would be fine. Just give me 5 weeks to get the eggs together & hatch them. [​IMG] My phone # is (317) 371-3561, if you are interested in the ones I just set.

    Sorry it took me so long to respond. I have pneumonia & had a few bad days with it. [​IMG] Doing much better, now. I can set up & breath. [​IMG]
     
  8. chicmom

    chicmom Dances with Chickens

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    PARIS! I am so glad to see you here on BYC! Let me share a pic of PJ, so your potential buyers can see what they might get from your eggs!

    Here he is:

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    And these little beauties are from Skycladfaerielady eggs too!:

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    Just wanted to share some of my success from the eggs I bought from Paris!
     
  9. skycladfaerielady

    skycladfaerielady Out Of The Brooder

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    WOW!!! PJ is really looking great! [​IMG] And the Cuckoo gals crests are wonderful! I love seeing "my" babies grown up! I don't post on this forum a lot, but kind of lurk & learn. [​IMG] Thank-you so much for sharing the pics!
     

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