Spitzhauben & Brabanter ... Silkies & Call Duck Eggs Added*Calls Sold!

okcarla

Seriously Downsizing (NOT)
11 Years
Feb 12, 2008
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Tuttle, Oklahoma
Fresh & Fertile Eggs for sale of either Spitzhauben or Brabanter or a combination of both.

Priority shipping included:
6 eggs, $18
12 eggs, $25
24 eggs, $40

Extra eggs included!

May consider swap for pure Marans, Welsummer, or Narragansett Turkey eggs.


I have lots of spitzhauben and brabanter eggs and I have 7 silkie eggs and 13 call duck eggs today Wednesday, March 19th

Sorry, Call Eggs Sold on March 20, 2008
 
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okcarla

Seriously Downsizing (NOT)
11 Years
Feb 12, 2008
1,962
7
184
Tuttle, Oklahoma
I just added call duck eggs (could be gray, white or snowy) and silkie chicken eggs (mixed colors) to the eggs I have for sale today.
 

PurpleChicken

Tolerated.....Mostly
12 Years
Apr 6, 2007
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Iceland
Quote:WHERE are you putting all those chickens man


The CT Chickenstock is coming up and I like building coops and spreading the
chicken addiction. Who can resist a fluffy headed chick???
 

banter

Songster
11 Years
Mar 3, 2008
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3
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Raymond Maine
I have Brabanters and they are great! See pic at left. I am hatching some of my own eggs now due the 21st. In the future okcarla I will probably want some new blood lines and will keep you in mind for eggs. Which brings me to the question on in-breeding and line-breeding
in chickens. Any advice anyone?
 

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