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Will Anyone have Hookbill or Aussie Spotted ducks eggs in the Spring ?

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by RAREROO, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. RAREROO

    RAREROO Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi All

    Im looking for some potential sources you buy some Austrailian Spotted duck eggs and some BIBBED DUSKY Hookbill eggs from in the spring. I know Holderreads has them but they only sell ducklings in an assortment of all three colors and I really only wanting the Bibbed Duskies.

    I may be interested in a buff variety of geese of either American, African, or Pomeranian as well if I can find some.

    Will anyone have any these or know anyone that will ?

    Thanks
     
  2. linda_zeagler31002

    linda_zeagler31002 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    :lauMy friend I live here in Georgia and I have a pair I would love to sell you. I ordered them from Holderread farms out of Oregon, but I have so many breeds we have decided to thin down and you can drive to the farm or I will ship them to you [​IMG] our website is ZeaglerDuckFarm.com I have photo's I beleive under just hang on let me just go now and find and copy the link [​IMG] http://zeaglerduckfarm.com/PICTURES112110.aspx the tab is updated pic. 11-21-10 if the link gives you problems, if your interested email me through our website I don't get on here much as I would like [​IMG] Oh my are the Autralian Spotted Greenheads, oh you want geese too, woohoo, I have a trio of just gorgeous Toulose I usually get $120, but this is my last trio and I would SLASH THAT PRICE TO $70 for the trio. I have just about any waterfowl there is [​IMG] but like I say we are thinning down due to us aging LOL, but if we can help you, let us know [​IMG]
     

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