Silkies for sale: Catdance Silkies

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  1. kelar

    kelar Chillin' With My Peeps

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    PLEASE DO NOT HIT BUY IT NOW! I really need to clear out some pens and make room for the quickly growing young birds so if you are interested in purchasing any silkies, please email or pm. I have a number of young cockerels right at breeding age as well as BQ pullets in buff, white, and partridge. I may also have a few girls in black, blue & splash available. Pullets are priced at $25 - $50. I will consider ANY offer on the boys - they really need to go before they tear all of each other's feathers out. In addition to the birds pictured, I have a number of buff boys. Shipping on one bird will run about $65 depending on where you are located, but I can combine shipping if you purchase several birds. DO NOT BID IF YOUR TEMPERATURES ARE AVERAGING OVER 75 DEGREES! Shipping is very stressful for birds and the heat is not something they can cope with, so I will not ship if temps are not amenable on both ends. Local pickup is welcome and preferred:) All birds were vaccinated for Marek's disease at hatch and the farm is NPIP certified and AI tested clean. Thank you for looking - please pm or email with any questions.

    Light blue/torti cockerel, extreme type, really beautiful, but has 4 toes on one foot. From blue x porcelain breeding

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    This boy is from blue x partridge breeding:

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    This cockerel is a blue x porcelain breeding. Extreme type, really beautiful. If I had room I'd use him in a blue partridge program.

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    Lavender split cockerel. He is from a lav x black breeding, but is blue with leakage on his hackles. Very typey and correct cockerel with great feet and very good comb, excellent foot feathering & nicely balanced body

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    I have a couple of very nice white cockerels left - from a top show winning line of whites

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    I have 3 of these cuckoo x porcelain cockerels. Very nice boys, great foot feathering. Great project birds for anyone wanting to work on porcelain cuckoos

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    Nice partridge cockerel - heavy foot feathering, excellent comb. Spacing on 4th and 5th toes could be better, but quite a nice boy:

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    Partridge cockerel - I think this one has good feet, a little lighter in color, great foot feathering, decent BQ bird

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  2. aarronh

    aarronh Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Karen, you tease us! I wish I had some extra dough laying around! [​IMG]
     
  3. Ukmumbrood3

    Ukmumbrood3 Out Of The Brooder

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    No fair Karen! [​IMG]. You know I can't play....the heat is awful [​IMG]
     
  4. chrisbc33

    chrisbc33 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Really beautiful Karen!! I sure would love to have a couple of these boys but it's too hot here too.
     
  5. chikincrazee

    chikincrazee Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh would love one white pullet from your line...all my whites I hatched are boys...yikes....they are pretty though....it's too hot to ship here right now...but I sure love your silkies....Chris
     
  6. If the heat wasnt so bad right now ,I'de have to get some of these for sure ! So Love your birds !!!
     
  7. equinelyn

    equinelyn Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Just a question. At what age does that lumpy think (comb) start growing on silky cockerals?
    I'm sure the massive heat wave going on right now will affect a lot of purchases too!
     
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  8. BorderKelpie

    BorderKelpie Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh my! That lt blue/torti cockeral is gorgeous! I want him. [​IMG]
    I wish I had some silkies. His color is no my favorite. That's what I want to have someday.

    Hmmm, I need to build a pen and keep wishing.

    You have some beautiful birds. I can see the hard work and dedication you have in them.
     
  9. aandnpaulson

    aandnpaulson Out Of The Brooder

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    i didnt realize there is a place under 75 degrees now!
     

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