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WTB: Duck/Goose Eggs for SPRING - Shipped or in TN

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Bebop, Nov 10, 2008.

  1. Bebop

    Bebop Songster

    I'm looking for heritage duck and goose breeders to buy from in the spring, just in case there is a waiting list.
    Ducks I'm looking for:
    Silver Appleyard
    Blue Swedish
    Khaki Campbell

    I might also want Pekins

    As for geese:
    Toulouse
    Cotton Patch

    I also want Emden geese.

    Thanks!
     

  2. shelleyd2008

    shelleyd2008 the bird is the word

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    I will have pekins in the spring, as well as cayugas and rouens if you are interested in either of those.
     
  3. Bebop

    Bebop Songster

    I might be!
    Keep in touch!
    >^.^<
     
  4. sandspoultry

    sandspoultry Everybody loves a Turkey

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    Quote:We should have Toulouse and Embden in the spring

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  5. birdnutz

    birdnutz Songster

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    I'll have TONS of toulouse eggs. I'm hatching none next year. Unless someone close wants to buy goslings.
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  6. AussieSharon

    AussieSharon Songster

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    I'll have Silver Appleyard eggs next Spring.
     
  7. Plain_View_Farm

    Plain_View_Farm Songster

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    We will have Khaki Campbell eggs.
    We also will have Chinese Geese when they begin laying again.

    The Khaki's have slacked off recently taking a break but are just beginning to lay again. Some are this years hatchlings though so I'd wait until Spring.

    David & Ann
     

  8. We will have white large Pekings, mallards, and Muscovy hopefully for sale this spring. We got most of our flock this summer and they just started laying a month ago for the most of them. The mallards are the full size larger ones.
     

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