Sizzles- hatching eggs, Bowling Green, KY- ship eggs only

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  1. 1 Critter Camp

    1 Critter Camp Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have several sizzles available. I have several white sizzles approximately 5 months old. They are pet quality. I will ship eggs, not chicks.
    $25.00 a dozen with $10.00 shipping.
    I'm located in Bowling Green, KY.

    $20.00 sizzle youth
    Pick up ONLY
     
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2015
  2. Lucky KY Chicks

    Lucky KY Chicks Chillin' With My Peeps

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    What colors do you have and have they free ranged and or been broody? Did the parent stock?
     
  3. 1 Critter Camp

    1 Critter Camp Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The mother is a grey sizzle. Her parents were sizzles/silkies, not cochin parent. (as told to me by seller).
    The father is a full blooded procelain silkie rooster.
    They are first generation sizzles so they are not show quality.
    I have a jet solid black that is very unique. I have a blue grey and then a mixture of colors, what with splash coloring, etc.
    I am trying for a sizzle partridge at this time.
    They free range only when I am home.
    The parents are broody and mother has hatched her own. The ones for sale are too young, not crowed or laid an egg.
    I don't understand your last question.
     
  4. egg-cellent

    egg-cellent Chillin' With My Peeps

    Do you have solid black or buff sizzles?
     
  5. 1 Critter Camp

    1 Critter Camp Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have solid black sizzles, black as coal... the first picture is a smooth feathered sizzle, the father of the second picture. The mother was a grey sizzle.
    I have two curly roosters for sure and maybe two hens, not sure I have 4 curly all together... I didn't think I would like solid black but now I think I will do just a black pen if I can find room. They are very unique.
    The black are all curly so you can't get a rooster and a hen to breed together or you will get deformed feathering.
    If you are interested, let me know. I can give you my email address if you need more information.
     
    Last edited: Jan 25, 2015
  6. swayble

    swayble New Egg

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    Do you currently have any available?
     

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