Purchased chicks not picked up ;-/

Discussion in 'Chicken Breeders & Hatcheries' started by LilBitCuckoo, Mar 21, 2015.

  1. LilBitCuckoo

    LilBitCuckoo Out Of The Brooder

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  2. norcalbirds

    norcalbirds Out Of The Brooder

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    Why don't you send her money back and tell her sorry it didn't work out. Then find a buyer for the chicks?
     
  3. Hatching

    Hatching Chillin' With My Peeps

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    My neighbor breeds shows and sells rabbits and I know she will get a deposit of about a third of the price of the rabbit and she gives the people two extra weeks after the set pick up date, unless they work something out prior, and if they don't show they forfiet the deposit and the rabbit. She has this listed on her website. It sound like you've really done all you can to help this lady out, if I were you I would call her and give her a final date after which she forfeits the chicks and payment, I would also ask for compensation, if she shows up, for feeding the chicks for so long, feed isn't free. Sorry this happened to you
     
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  4. Torch404

    Torch404 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    At this point I'd sell them and return the ladies money. I had a woman hatch some eggs, upfront she was clear, if I didn't pick them up after the first week, the price went up every week after. Your paying to feed her birds you should get embursed for the expense.
     
  5. Moat

    Moat Out Of The Brooder

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    5 weeks is beyond any reasonable time. If I was puchasing them, I would expect to be charged boarding or forfiet after a week max from the time they were to be picked up.
     

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