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Taking Orders On Rare Blue Isbars Chicks/Eggs

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by git-r-done, Dec 29, 2012.

  1. git-r-done

    git-r-done In the Brooder

    Dec 26, 2011
    wapakoneta, ohio
    Diversified Showbirds is now taking orders on Blue Isbars.
    Our Isbars came from Greenfire Farms bloodlines. The isbar is a very rare breed and lays green eggs. If you are seeking more info on the isbars please visit Greenfirefarms.com Thank, you.

    Isbar chicks-$35 all blue if available at the time
    Isbar Eggs-$8 each We are NPIP Certified and AI Clean
    Isbar pairs-$200
    Isbar trios-$300

    We are also raising the following breeds: Russian Orloffs, Lavender Orpingtons, Silkies, and Coronation Sussex. For a price list of these breeds email me at diversifiedshowbirds@gmail.com

    How do we raise our birds?-We raise our birds the best way we can which is by raising them as soon as they hatch out of the Brinsea 380 incubator and then putting them into the top of the line GQF Brooder at 99 degrees. This brooder has a half inch wire mesh floor which decreases the chances of Coxi and other poultry diseases. The feeders and waters are on the outside of the brooder so no waste is created inside the pen. The chicks are given Tetroxy and vitams and a 27%feed everyday for the first week to increase their imune system and to prevent Mycoplasma a very common poultry disease. After a month in the brooder the chicks are then moved to our 5' by 2.5' pens with fresh shaving and nipple waters that stay very clean. They are raised in these pens until they are sold or kept for breeding.
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  2. Toni-Marie

    Toni-Marie Songster

    Nov 12, 2008
    Metro Atlanta Ga.
    I was wanting some feed-back on my SINGLE COMB green and blue egger phoenix...Yes single comb. 5 years ago I was able to break the pea comb linkage and have a nice flock of them. I'm not sure if there will be a market for them or not?..Any how I'm also working on a non-molting blue and green egg phoenix...many thanks. Toni-Marie

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