SOLD Pair of Muscovies for Sale, WA or OR State

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Rare Feathers Farm, Nov 11, 2008.

  1. I have a pair of Wild-Colored (as in naturally-occuring color in the wild) Muscovies for sale. They were hatched this spring and I've decided to focus more on my chocolate laced Muscovy project--so these need to go. There is a male & a female. They are friendly, but not overly so. They are both good flyers and will need to be clipped or have a covered run.

    Asking $40 for the pair or will consider trades for chocolate muscovies, porcelain pullets, bantam faverolle pullets, golden laced cochin pullets, or mille fleurs.
     
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  2. Pending....
     
  3. Okay, so the lady that was supposed to show up this morning never called and has not shown up. Nor has she paid for them, yet. So they are still available. I will consider trades for chocolate muscovies, geese, bantam chickens, etc. Make me an offer! Here is a photo!

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  4. ksacres

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    I just got some muscovey from a guy that had LOTS of chocolates left. All his birds were pied, but if you are ever coming this way... I didn't get any chocolates, I don't care for ANYTHING brown myself [​IMG]
     
  5. Geez--wish you were closer. It's taken me two years to sell off my black/whites, keeping only the pair for sale & one other pair. The blues & lavendars are my favorites...but I still love the chocolates. The ripples are pretty but I'm looking on chocolate laced muscovies now...and I've got my 2nd generation growing up & showing great promise.
     
  6. ksacres

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    I got a total of six from him, a pair of Lavenders, a pair of blues, and two black hens. They are all pied though. I hope to hatch out some solid babies to keep next year, as I prefer the solids. EVERYTHING he had was pied to some extent. I'm also planning to let them all run together, so I may not get any lav to hatch out, but I will get some that carry the lav gene.
     
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  8. They are SOLD! They went to their new home in Quincy, WA on Sunday! Thanks!
     

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