Silver Sebright Trio

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Backyard Bantam, May 30, 2011.

  1. Backyard Bantam

    Backyard Bantam In the Brooder

    I have for sale 3 Silver Sebrights (trio). They are a little over 1 year old. I have not had any problems with these chickens. They were picking on my littler ones a bit, but other than that they are great. I have to sell them because I am buying different chickens. ( Mom said I have to sell some before I buy some)
    ( The main picture above are not mine, I got them from Mine are down below...

    I noticed that Silver Sebrights have a rose comb, not a single comb. But mine, however, do look like they have a bit of a single comb, this may be due to a cross gene somewhere in the line of generations. But, I am sure that if you keep breeding their hatched eggs, they will turn out to be rose combed.
    These chickens (especially the hens) are very fast, I keep them in the run at all times, if they accidentally get out, I go with drastic measures.

    * I DO NOT SHIP * If you are interested, please pickup locally, I will not drive or meet somewhere (sorry I am a busy man) Please email me- ([email protected])
    Thanks!!! -Jeremy
    This auction should end on Saturday night, if interested, be on the computer Saturday night [​IMG] There is no reserve.
    Last edited: May 30, 2011
  2. Backyard Bantam

    Backyard Bantam In the Brooder

    Last edited: May 30, 2011
  3. kswaterfowl

    kswaterfowl Songster

    Mar 11, 2009
    Greencastle, IN
    They are all single combed, are you sure they aren't silver laced old english games? Just thinking they looked a little gamey to me. Since it wouldn't let me respond to your post, I thought I would edit my original reply. You may try changing them to that breed, they have fairly nice pattern, if someone was working with that variety in OEGB's.
    Last edited: Jun 2, 2011
  4. Backyard Bantam

    Backyard Bantam In the Brooder

    That is a very good question...I never thought of that. i typed in 'silver laced old english' into google images... it looks exactly like that.

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