Swedish Flower Hen eggs

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by brijay2, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. brijay2

    brijay2 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I won an auction on ebay that had more eggs than I can incubate. I am looking for someone to take some swedish flower eggs off my hands and maybe incubate 5 for me. I have 10-12 eggs that I will not be able to incubate and I live in the west phoenix (az) valley. Please let me know if you are interested.

    Reply to the email please.
     
  2. Paul3874

    Paul3874 Out Of The Brooder

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    I'd love the eggs and will pay all shipping charges. The distance isn't far San Anrinio tx. I have three incubators 80 to 9o+ incubation rate. Enjoying my last few ywars.
     
  3. newegger86

    newegger86 Just Hatched

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    Would love to have some of these! Will pay shipping charges of course!
     
  4. angellove199

    angellove199 New Egg

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    I would love to have them and would pay the shipping charges, but I live in PA
     
  5. Jigmin

    Jigmin New Egg

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    is it still open?
     
  6. mylittlechicken

    mylittlechicken Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I would love to have this eggs too and would pay the shipping.
     
  7. showmesilkies

    showmesilkies Chillin' With My Peeps

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    How did the hatch turn out?
     
  8. dudefromtampa

    dudefromtampa Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yes, I'm also interested in how the hatch turned out. My wife won a bid on ebay for a dozen Swedish Flower Hens. We were able to successfully hatch three out of the dozen (she also won a bid of a dozen Goldlaced Orpingtons and zero of those hatched). Needless to say, I'm not to high on the idea of bidding for eggs on ebay with that success rate but I have to be honest, the three Swedish Flower Hens are gorgeous birds, and we were fortunate enough to have 1 male and 2 hens out of this hatch. They are at the age now where I am going to have to separate them from the rest of the birds I have so we can ensure we continue on with this breed. They are beautiful birds, but from what I read, the egg laying rate is minimal.
     
  9. dudefromtampa

    dudefromtampa Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yes, I'm also interested in how the hatch turned out. My wife won a bid on ebay for a dozen Swedish Flower Hens. We were able to successfully hatch three out of the dozen (she also won a bid of a dozen Goldlaced Orpingtons and zero of those hatched). Needless to say, I'm not to high on the idea of bidding for eggs on ebay with that success rate but I have to be honest, the three Swedish Flower Hens are gorgeous birds, and we were fortunate enough to have 1 male and 2 hens out of this hatch. They are at the age now where I am going to have to separate them from the rest of the birds I have so we can ensure we continue on with this breed. They are beautiful birds, but from what I read, the egg laying rate is minimal.
     
  10. nikki1496

    nikki1496 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Id be interested in them if you still have any
     

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