Silver Laced Brahma hatching eggs 6+ extras NPIP

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  1. Danny39

    Danny39 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Up for your consideration are 6+ Silver Laced Brahma hatching eggs. I am generous with extras if I have them. I have been a die-hard Wyandotte fan for years, but these Brahmas have won me over.
    My Brahma flock currently consists of 1 Cock (who is getting the job done) and 3 Hens, they were a year old in April or May. I also have several pullets who are just coming into lay, but the eggs you will receive are from the mature hens. Brahmas are EXTREMELY slow to mature and go through many changes as they mature so be patient with them, you won't be disappointed!! Feel free to PM or Email me with any questions and I encourage you to visit my website for more photos. (all photos on my website are of my actual birds unless otherwise noted) ***I have added a few new photos of some of my SLB gang on my website.***
    I mail eggs on Saturday's and Tuesday's Priority mail unless otherwise requested.
    Eggs are packaged with care and individually bubble-wrapped and placed in the large USPS priority box padded with lots of shredded paper. I have had very good luck with this method.
    Do to circumstances beyond my control, I cannot guarantee your hatch rate.
    Thanks for your interest and have fun bidding!! This is a PayPal auction.
    I am Ohio NPIP certified! [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Here are some chicks that I hatched this Spring (with BLRW chicks)
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  2. Stephanie739

    Stephanie739 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    How tall is your rooster? Lovely birds by the way. I have a light brahma (baby) rooster. I think I would like to breed this type of chicken and I want them to be really big [​IMG]
     
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  3. Danny39

    Danny39 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Hi Stephanie,
    Thanks for inquiring and for the compliment. I have not actually measured him, but he does tower over the ladies. I had a few other cockerels that I raised to about 14-16 months before I decided to keep this guy for my flock sire. I choose him for his temperment, great comb, lacing, foot feathering and of course no vulture hocks! He has been a great breeder and takes care of his ladies like a true gentlmen.
    I will add that I don't think he is quite as stretchy as many Brahmas I have seen at various poultry shows, but a real looker none the less! [​IMG]
    Have a great day!
     
  4. Stephanie739

    Stephanie739 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Danny, I am not quite ready to purchase eggs now, but am making plans for early spring. I do believe I would like to purchase some from you at that time if possible. I am so excited to see how large my brahma will grow. He will be needing some girls to call his own in a few months and I really love the lace markings. I am currently working on another coop.

    Thank you for your quick reply. Do you have a preferred method to contact you in the spring?
     
  5. Danny39

    Danny39 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Sending you a PM Stephanie.
     
  6. cherylcohen

    cherylcohen The Omelet Ranch

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    Are there any single combs or vulture hocks showing up from your flock?
     
  7. Danny39

    Danny39 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Hi Cheryl,

    Yes, unfortunately I do have both showing up in some of the chicks that I have hatched out, they are still a work in progress! I am working on breeding that out as much as possible.
     
  8. cherylcohen

    cherylcohen The Omelet Ranch

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    cool, good luck with the project they are beautiful!
     
  9. Danny39

    Danny39 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Thanks, you as well. You have beautiful birds and I love your coop(s). Can't wait to see pictures of your Blue Partridge Brahmas. [​IMG]
     
  10. cherylcohen

    cherylcohen The Omelet Ranch

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    Thanks Danny, I'm having so much fun with my breeding flocks. My silver pencils are laying like crazy and hatching perfect little cookie cutter chicks! Love when that happens!
     

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