TRADING Bantam Frizzle Cochin hatching eggs for....(hatching eggs)?

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by LTygress, Oct 29, 2013.

  1. LTygress

    LTygress Songster

    Sep 12, 2012
    I want to do an even trade of hatching eggs for hatching eggs. I have bantam frizzle cochin. The hens are both smooth-feathered buff, the father is frizzle unicolor black.

    So far the babies have been mostly black, or variations of black (one has brown neck and chest feathers, one is charcoal all over, and one is a nearly-invisible mottle brown all over - the brown blends in with the black VERY well). Some of them have stray white feathers, but I expect those to disappear with age.

    I'm offering up half-dozens and full dozens, in exchange for the same number of YOUR hatching eggs. I've got a rather large bucket list, but offer up what you have, and I'll let you know if I'll do the trade. I can take BOTH bantam and large fowl. Currently I own everything from silkies to cochins, and leghorns to phoenix. So almost anything will be considered.

    Since this is an even egg trade, each party will be responsible for the shipping cost of their own eggs. Likewise, each receiver will accept responsibility for the normal risks associated in shipping eggs.

    The ONLY eggs I am offering at this time are the bantam frizzle cochin. Perhaps others will be available in spring when my other breeds start laying again, but NOT at this time.

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