TRADE or SELL Candle Tarts for hatching eggs! UPDATE!

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  1. peachesdeese

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    I have several hundred candle tarts I made for a craft show! I want to sell/trade them so someone else can enjoy them too! Lots of different scents. To many to list...lol

    Anyone have any eggs they would want to trade? I am looking for cochin bantam, silkie, frizzle, sizzle, anything bantam size.... BUT any kind might work! Let me know what you have!

    I'll trade 25 different tarts for 6 eggs. (You can be sweet and send extra eggs and I can send extra tarts!!)
    I usually sell them for $1 a piece or 6 for $5 at the shows....

    BUT for my BYC friends you get 10 tarts for $5!
    Any takers??

    [​IMG]

    I have been sick and in the hospital from a nasty spider bite. (We don't know what kind it was.) I am home now and ready to trade! Please give me something to do! LOL!
     
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  2. justusnak

    justusnak Flock Mistress

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    What sort of eggs are you looking for!? The only thing I have laying now are Buff Orps, and Barred Rocks. [​IMG] Darned molting. Oh, I do have ONE Khaki Kambel hen laying..and fertile! [​IMG]
     
  3. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    I would love to if your interested in my weirdos what I have breeding right now are

    Hens-
    BO's-RIR-Blue Standard cochins-rumpless Amaracauna-cinnamin queens

    Roo's-Lavendar silkie-you should see him mount the big hens but he sure does the job!-polish-and a favorelle/EE cross

    I have several people who have my eggs-I cant wait to see those babies!! LOL I also know whos eggs are whos and can mark them appropriatly! I get alomost a doz a day :)
     
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  4. peachesdeese

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    I am looking for bantams size but I have so much room in the incubators that any kind would work! lol! I'll edit my ad! Thank you for pointing it out!
     
  5. peachesdeese

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    Quote:That might be a funny looking baby.... makes it worth hatching!
     
  6. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    Quote:That might be a funny looking baby.... makes it worth hatching!

    I asked about the Bo x lav silkie cross and was told it would produce black bantams with a lav gene! let me look up that thread and I will let you know..I get 2-3 of those eggs a day:)
     
  7. peachesdeese

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    Quote:That might be a funny looking baby.... makes it worth hatching!

    I asked about the Bo x lav silkie cross and was told it would produce black bantams with a lav gene! let me look up that thread and I will let you know..I get 2-3 of those eggs a day:)

    Cool.... [​IMG]
     
  8. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    Here it is-

    - the cross will most likely have 10 toes, feathered legs, beard/muffs & crest.

    1st generation cross will not be lavender or silkied. Breed the offspring together and 25% will have silkie feathers. Colourwise, you will get some isabels (lavender diluted buff) and possibly some lavenders--you would need to select the F1 offspring with the least buff colouring, the most black to get lavender. 75% of the offspring will not inherit two copies of lavender, so they would segregate out to buff & black, probably with lots of mixed colours. now that sounds cool! I can do as many as you want-I just sent out some BYCer's and Im doing them in the Spring I cant wait!!!
     
  9. peachesdeese

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    Quote:Neat! I would be curious to hatch those babies too!!
     
  10. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    Quote:Neat! I would be curious to hatch those babies too!!

    Pm me if you want some:) I always throw in extra eggs too:)
     

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