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dahlbeckfancyfeathers

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TWIN TEIR POULTRY SHOW:Birds for sale
  Posted on 08/13/2007 11:22 PM
Chicks and started birds
  Posted on 05/23/2007 10:21 PM
Chicks are ready
  Posted on 04/07/2007 11:57 PM
Finally, Spring has Sprung!
  Posted on 03/21/2007 11:13 PM
Bird Shipping
  Posted on 02/12/2007 10:02 AM
Chicks are ready
I have several chicks hatched and ready for local pickup.  I do not ship chicks until they are at least 4 weeks old for their safety. It also depends on the temperatures as to when they will ship out.
This time of the year, I do not hatch many of the large fowl chicken eggs as the seasonal layers have started and they fill the incubators up quickly.  I will still hatch some if I get orders, but mostly I am hatching the silkies, d'uclles, Japanese, call ducks, pheasants, and frizzles right now.  I also have some chukars and goose eggs in, as well as several chukars already hatched. Many of the pheasnts have started to lay now, still waiting for the guineas and the peafowl to start.  If you are interested in some thing I have or would like to request  that I hatch something else for you, please email me at fancyfeathers@windstream.net  I have recently added several top lines of birds to my collection and hope to be hatching even nicer birds than ever now.  For a pretty comprehensive list of the breeds I have, check out my photo albums here on picturetrail.  I have tried to include pictures of most of the breeds that I raisehere on the farm.
 
I don't usually sell many older birds, but when I have some you can often find them listed on www.eggbid.com under seller 123EGGS, as well as hatching eggs most of the time.  I was also selling hatching eggs on www.ebay,com as egglady111 until they decided to force us to use express mail for shipping of the eggs.  I also use www.tandbpoultryauctions.com as egglady111 when in season.
 
Thanks for stopping by and hope everyone has a great season.
 
 

  Posted on 04/07/2007 11:57 PM

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