Really expensive Egg

silkypie

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Aug 17, 2009
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I think I'm confused about it. I read all the quesitons on ebay and I feel like such a dork for asking someone to explain this to me.... You have to pay to put stuff on ebay so what's the point????
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sojeo

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May 4, 2009
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You don't pay unless your item sells, it's funny really, I can totally relate, I spent more than that on our 13 hens and 1 rooster plus coop and everything else I bought for them.

I'm watching them, what would be funnier if they actually found a buyer!
 

silkypie

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Aug 17, 2009
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Oh...

I know I would laugh if someone actually paid that much!

I don't want to add up how much I've spent on my chicks but it's probably a lot more than that too. At least now I can save a few bucks by not having to buy eggs.
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Tala

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Apr 14, 2009
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Well maybe if you include the fence for half the yard that we needed for the dog ANYWAY, and my chainsaw which really had nothing to do with the chickens, ----- it might total $700 from chicks to laying, but dang! There's a whole lot cheaper ways to grow chickens!
 

sojeo

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May 4, 2009
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Sure are lots of cheaper ways. We should have just sectioned off a part of our large barn that we just us for storage, would have been sooooo much less expensive. I sell my eggs on ebay too, but they never go that high (I wish!)
 

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