wanted Ameraucana Pullets

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by plumkrazypoultry, Aug 5, 2007.

  1. plumkrazypoultry

    plumkrazypoultry New Egg

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    Hi my son is looking for some Ameraucana pulletts in Oh . He wants to start his own flock . His sister is bird crazy and he wants a project for just himself. We might be willing to travel to neighboring states. Would even puechase hatchable eggs
     
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  2. FamilyOfChickens

    FamilyOfChickens Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi there! Once our Ameracauna pullets start laying, we'll have a surplus of eggs. We're located in NW Indiana.

    Here's our roos. These pics were taken a few weeks ago, so they're bigger and more handsome. [​IMG]

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    This guy does have orange legs, so he IS an EE. A nice guy for sure, though.

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    Red does have the slate legs of an Ameracauna.

    In the distant future, if we end up getting some Silkie hens, we may have chicks for sale.
     
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  3. equine chick

    equine chick Chillin' With My Peeps

    Feb 9, 2007
    pennsylvania
    Where are you located, i live in pa near pgh. I have 14 americauna pullets i might be able to make a deal or trade a few away if you can travel. They are about 14 weeks old.
     
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  4. plumkrazypoultry

    plumkrazypoultry New Egg

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    Hi guys I am about 30mins. North of Cols. Ohio I can travel . We are hoping to put eggs in this fall . We can trde if you want . [​IMG] Family , our roo looks like your red . We have hatched lots of eggs so let me know if I can send you $ for the eggs ?

    Equine poultry , I can travel . Is there any way we can wait a few weeks ? Our fair is coming up and we are sooo busy . Is there something you are looking for to trade ? I have 2 light brahma standard jr roos , a few pekin ducklings , and geese avail , also maybe a few Barred rocks.
     
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