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Preorder (Waiting List) For Large Fowl Crele Polish Hatching Eggs

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by scbirdfarm, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. scbirdfarm

    scbirdfarm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Waiting List for Large Fowl Crele Polish Hatching Eggs.
    PLEASE DO NOT PRESS BUY IT NOW BUTTON. PM or Email me if you want to be put on the Waiting List. I intend to Start Shipping Eggs in February 2011

    6 Hatching Eggs + 2 Extra: $18.00 + $11.70 Shipping
    12 Hatching Eggs + 4 Extra $36.00 + $15.50 Shipping
    18 Hatching Eggs + 6 Extra $54.00 + $15.50 Shipping
    24 Hatching Eggs + 8 Extra $72.00 + $15.50 Shipping

    Getting Placed on the Waiting List & When to Pay: Please PM or Email me How many eggs you would like Your Name, Address, Phone# & Email and then you will be placed on the Waiting list in the order you PM or Emailed me. 2 weeks before I send your eggs out I will email you and see if you are still interested if you are you then can pay for them then. If you aren’t ready for them at that time you will be pushed to the next available eggs.

    Our Poultry: All of our poultry is purebred & we breed to the standards of the breed. Our Poultry is NPIP Tested (31-244) & A.I. Tested.

    The Large Fowl Crele Polish Was created by Doug Kamar in Michigan. They are a very rare and newer color in the Large Fowl Polish. I bought my breeders from Jim Parker who got his start from Doug. Our eggs hatch out 95% Crele Coloring:

    Payment Types: We except Google Checkout (Credit Cards) & Postal Money Orders

    Shipping of Hatching Eggs: All hatching eggs will be mailed USPS Priority Mail unless you want them sent USPS Express Mail for a extra charge.

    Eggs may have a little dirt on them acassionally which does not harm them in any way, do not wash them to help hatch rate.

    I cannot guarantee your hatch rate due to circumstances beyond my control. Rough postal handling, X-ray, weather that is too hot or too cold, and incubator mishaps can make perfectly fertile eggs not develop or hatch. Purchasing shipped hatching eggs is a risk. Please be aware of this when purchasing hatching eggs.

    Please allow your eggs to settle for 8 to 12 hours with small end down, before placing in a preheated incubator.
     
  2. scbirdfarm

    scbirdfarm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Here are some Pictures of our Young Birds with some older hens in with them. The older hens are lighter in color. You will notice white in the crest that will start going away when they molt. I will get pictures of some of the older Roosters & Hens and you can see the white starting to molt out.

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  3. sonjab314

    sonjab314 Constant State of Confusion

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    Beautiful [​IMG] . If only I didnt have my Gold Laced lol
     
  4. chickens4jojo

    chickens4jojo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Wow, they are gorgeous! I love their feathering. I need more pens!! [​IMG]
     
  5. rarebreedeggs4u

    rarebreedeggs4u Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I think I need these, I really think so! [​IMG]
     
  6. Kelly G

    Kelly G It's like herding cats!

    I am soooooooooo excited and can't wait to get my eggs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  7. ParadisePoultry

    ParadisePoultry Hey, I'm WALKIN' here !

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    just wanted to show you a pic of the pair I hatched from you last Spring. They are absolutely gorgeous!!!! I have had them separated for about a week. I am getting about 3-4 eggs a week form her. I am going to start setting eggs in another week or 2 . But I am already on your waiting list for more eggs. I am crazy about this color!

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