Silkie/Showgirl Hatching eggs 1 doz SoCal

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  1. Chef

    Chef Chicken Connoisseur

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    I have 1 dozen fertile eggs plus extra's from my showgirl/silkie pen. I have 1 white showgirl roo with 1 white silkie, 1 partridge showgirl and 1 partridge silkie . I have 18 in the bator right now and they are all viening and looking very good so fertility doesn't look like a problem. Hatch date is on the 15th [​IMG] . I would prefer to have these picked up, but will ship. Thanks for looking.

    I could also through in some RIR eggs if interested.

    Cheers!
    Chef
     
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  2. p/shall

    p/shall Chillin' With My Peeps

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    how much are they? Thanks
     
  3. Chef

    Chef Chicken Connoisseur

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    Oh ya that would help. They are $12 plus actual shipping cost to your location. My zip is 91766.

    Edit: Paypal prefered.

    Thanks
    Chef
     
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  4. Scratchn By

    Scratchn By Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Please post a pic or two. Thanks!
     
  5. Chef

    Chef Chicken Connoisseur

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    Here is Papa
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    The girls:
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  6. Felicia

    Felicia Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hehe, the second picture of the papa is adorable! It makes you want to pick him up and squeeze him [​IMG]

    Can you show the showgirls? Or can you just show the silkies?
     
  7. Chef

    Chef Chicken Connoisseur

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    Are you asking if these are show quality? If you are I did not buy them as SQ birds so I am not selling the eggs as SQ. I guess potentially they could be show birds. I havn't show any of these birds myself though. I can say that they do love to be held though.

    Thanks
    Chef
     
  8. Felicia

    Felicia Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh okay. I was more of asking if showgirls as a breed were showable. But your answer answered it [​IMG].

    I am interested...just got to convince my parents [​IMG] hehe
     
  9. Chef

    Chef Chicken Connoisseur

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    Cool let me know. The dog in your avitar is awesome [​IMG] ! Good luck on the parents [​IMG] If this set doesn't go by tomorrow then I will probably put these in the bator. I will have more next week.

    Chef
     
  10. GracefulBantams

    GracefulBantams Hatching and Showing

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    For the record, Show Girls are considered an obscure variety of Silkies. If you were to show them, Best of Variety is the highest they could possibly win. Now, this may all change soon as they are considering admitting Show Girls as an individual breed. [​IMG]
     

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