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RHODE ISLAND-WELSH HARLEQUINS

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by LovemyducksRI77, Sep 18, 2013.

  1. LovemyducksRI77

    LovemyducksRI77 New Egg

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    I HAVE 5 WELSH HARLEQUINS THAT NEED A NEW HOME. 3 FEMALES, TWO DRAKES. FEMALES ARE GREAT LAYERS.
    THESE HAVE BEEN OUR PETS AND WE ARE LOOKING FOR A NEARBY LOCATION FOR THEM TO CONTINUE TO BE PETS.

    THIS IS ACTUALLY A FAMILY OF MOM, DAD AND THREE BABIES. MOM AND DAD ARE TWO AND BABIES TURNED ONE IN MAY. MOM IS A GREAT SETTER AND WILL SET ON A NEST.
     
  2. BantamFan4Life

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  3. Kimberly1962

    Kimberly1962 New Egg

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    I love Welch harlequins. I have 2 older drakes, 1 young drake and only one older hen that does not lay many eggs. We have a farm w/chicken, ducks, geese, turkeys, 1 fainting goat and 2 Tennessee Walker horses. We live in Sandown, NH 03873. We only eat their eggs - not my pets.
     

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