**Updated Sales List** Prices reduced--ALL must go, ASAP WA STATE

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Rare Feathers Farm, Sep 2, 2008.

  1. Since winter is fast approaching (it was 42 degrees here, last night!) I must reduce my numbers & sell some of my birds. Most are extra cockerels or young roosters, but I do have some pullets, as well. None are culls unless indicated.

    All prices are OBO and special BYC prices. I have spent many hundreds $ on these as hatching eggs--all are rare or uncommon breeds and I'd like them to go to good homes, rather than into my freezer! Can you imagine eating a Sumatra? LOL

    Anyway, here is my list. Please email me for prices. Delivery is available w/cost of gas. I'm in North/Central WA & would consider delivery to Spokane/N. Idaho, Yakima, Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, etc. I'm planning a trip to the Wenatchee area at the end of this month.

    Until Friday, these guys are ALL $8-$10 a piece.

    2 Adult GLC Roosters, extras--1.5 years old, aggressive breeders, but nice & friendly
    3 Juvenile Cochin Roosters, extras
    1 Porcelain d'Uccle cockerel, an extra
    1 Lemon Blue Cochin cockerel
    1 Blue Cochin cockerel, GREEN EYES!
    2 Black Orps (out of Blue/Splash/Black lines) looks like 2 pullets??
    2 Black Sumatras, unsexed
    1 White Salmon Faverolle Cockerel, missing one of his extra toes


    I take PayPal!
  2. I may accept a trade or two...such as:

    Mottled Houdans
    Top-quality silkies
    Last edited by a moderator: Sep 2, 2008
  3. dutchrdandy

    dutchrdandy Hatching

    Aug 30, 2008
    Central Washington
    How old are the Sumatras and the blue Cochin?
  4. They were all hatched in May or early June. Except for the two adult cochins--which were hatched July 2007.


  5. Oh yeah & I can get pics of anything that anyone is interested in, tonight...


  6. Also, I have a light brahma pullet for sale who was born in May and a Light Brahma rooster who is two years old. Both are very friendly and I'm only selling because they are not "SQ". The pullet should start laying this winter.

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