WHY NOT MIX IT UP? - Columbian Rock and BLRWs - 1 dozen

Yard full o' rocks

10 Years
Mar 24, 2009
Cartersville, Georgia
Looking for a couple of breeds? Why not the rarest variety of Plymouth Rock, the Columbian pattern and some Blue Laced Red Wyandottes.

My Columbian Rocks are from exhibition lines and I have been breeding them for a little over 3 years now. My stock originated from a well known Canadian breeder. These are LARGE birds with males finishing around 12 lbs and females in the 8lb range. Great layers of large to XL brown eggs. There is a "slight" chance of you getting a BLUE Columbian (see picture to follow). Somewhere in my flock I have a genetic trait that throws an occasional "blue columbian patterned bird"...very pretty although not a recognized variety.

My BLRWs are from Foley lines some 2 generations back. I have a black laced cockbird covering a splash and a blue hen. Offspring will be either blue or black only. These are great, friendly birds. Regular layers of medium to large brown eggs (and mine laid well all winter without lights!!). Females also make excellent mothers.

Offered here are 1/2 dozen Columbian Rock eggs and 1/2 dozen BLRW eggs. Please PM me if you have an interest in a full dozen Columbian Rock eggs

Price is $35 plus $15 for shipping/packaging.
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