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What your bringing to Chickenstock and what I'm bringing.

Discussion in 'Chickenstocks, Shows, Meet-Ups' started by cutiecochingirl, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. cutiecochingirl

    cutiecochingirl In the Brooder

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    I just wanted to do this so everyone knows what im bringing and what your bringing. So I might be brining 2 EE's ( pullets that already lay) and maybe 2 BA's one has no but cause a cyote got to her and she is slowly growing them back. I also am bringing my Sizzle pullet and she should be laying in about 2-3 months. Also I am brining a pair of black Lakenvalders. What are you bringing? [​IMG]
     
  2. teach1rusl

    teach1rusl Love My Chickens

    Just myself and DH...LOL [​IMG] About how old are your EEs and what color eggs do they lay? Do you happen to have a picture of them you could post???
    Also, if you post this on the Indiana Chickenstock thread that's already going around, I think you get a LOT more responses. [​IMG]
     
  3. cutiecochingirl

    cutiecochingirl In the Brooder

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    Well the 2 EE's are already laying. 1 lays white eggs and the other lays blue, green, and brown. I would sell a rooster (EE) and his EE girl wich are 3 girls for 40$ dollars all together. Total would be 1 roo and 3 hens for $40 altogether, in case I wasn't clear enough. But I will be bringing them to Chickenstock in Indiana at Shultz house. And I will also be bring a quail antwerp cockerel. He is the sweetest little boy in the world but he won't stay in our chicken yard so he has to go. I'll cry when he goes, he is the sweetest little bird.
     
    Last edited: Aug 2, 2010
  4. teach1rusl

    teach1rusl Love My Chickens

    Sorry, but no roosters for me. My husband recently picked up a d'uccle rooster, and one male bird is more than enough. [​IMG]
    I read your mom's post that you (well...she said her daughter) had some mixed chicks available at @ 8weeks. Are they sexable yet, or still too young to tell???
     
  5. chicken_china_mom

    chicken_china_mom Crazy for Cochins

    Apr 24, 2009
    Tab, Indiana
    It's my other daughter that has the Silkie/Cochin mixes. This daughter is bringing Lakenvelders and possibly some EE's from the neighbor, and one of our EE roos. IF you want EE's, but not a roo, we might be able to arrange something. The ones my neighbor has are already laying. Mine are at POL. But if you are looking for laying pullets, we'll also be bringing Speckled Sussex, primarily pullets. I think the few Marans pullets I have are already spoken for though.

    I posted on the other thread that I think I know what a few of the Silkie/Cochin mixes are. My other daughter could probably tell you which ones she thinks are girls and which ones she things are boys because she is the one out there handling them all the time.

    We are also bringing some Bantam Cochins of various ages. Like 8 weeks down to a couple of weeks old.
     

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