Where can I find pullets locally??

Discussion in 'Chickenstocks, Shows, Meet-Ups' started by Oppe Family, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. Oppe Family

    Oppe Family Out Of The Brooder

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    We are located in Western Washington and I am looking for some pullets to add to our existing flock but I have been looking in our little community and have come up with zilch. I was wondering if there is anyone here that would know of pullets in the Whatcom or Skagit or Snohomish county areas where we might try. My boys love our little flock and we would love to have more and thanks to my creative husband we will have plenty room for our girls(our hens). If you have any info our email is [email protected] thank you for looking I really appreciate your time.

    Theresa
     
  2. hoppy

    hoppy I'm not all fluff

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    you migt try craigslist for your area or see if there is a swap scheduled. call your local tractor supply.
     
  3. Oppe Family

    Oppe Family Out Of The Brooder

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    I am a little nervious to try craigsl list do to the fact of can yoy really trust what people are selling. As for the local coop farm supply store all they have are little ones yes they are totally cute but way to young to be with our flock. Thank you for answering my post I really appreciate that.

    Thank you

    Theresa
     
  4. hoppy

    hoppy I'm not all fluff

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    we have a local swap and sell it guide that comes out weekly, maybe you have something like that but I don't see how that would be much different then craigslist or a newspaper ad.
     
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  5. Oppe Family

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    Well all of you who came to my call when we were in need I Thank You SOOOOOO much! We just added two sweet girls to our flock yesterday! We found a Wheaten Maran ( correct me if I am wrong lol ) and a Ameraucana both of them were a little more than what we wanted to spend but we took one look and could not say no! Both apparently were from breeders and they were wanting to thin out their flock a little! I will post pics when I can load them on. They were even named as soon as we got home so much for waiting for the kids! Thank you all I have made a few contacts as well as learned quite a bit more on chickens. I am a newbie and I totally admit it!

    Theresa
     

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