Useful sites: Breeders

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Postby nickandverity » 20 Dec 2009, 20:28

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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby Magpie » 20 Dec 2009, 20:51

nickandverity wrote:And us !!!

http://www.hometoroostpoultry.com


Mmmn - I think you have a caption wrong on this page of your site!
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby Ardtrea » 29 Jan 2010, 14:25

We are small hobby breeders in Northern Ireland. This year will will have:

Sussex (speckled,buff,light)
Ancona Bantams
Black maran bantams
Eggs from the above £5 for 1/2 dozen

Silkies LF (black/blue/white/partridge)
Ixworths 3 lines, one line from Reserve Champion RBST Gosford show 2009
Brahmas (Gold/Dark)
Eggs from these are £8 for 1/2 dozen

We sell D/O, Growers and POL in very limited numbers when availiable. Post to anywhere in UK or ROI.
Also this year Growers and POL hybrids (Fenton-Blue link/Black rocks)
www.nirarebreeds.co.uk
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby jaydee67 » 29 Jan 2010, 17:56

Would you post details of just the eggs in the eggs for sale 2010 thread too please, this is where people tend to look when wanting to buy.
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby norfolk poultry » 25 Apr 2010, 21:14

like this section may put mine on here at some point. my sites still under construcions.
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby bredamichael » 06 Sep 2010, 13:20

Hi To everyone, I am new to this site so I thought I would give you some information about my poultry business.We sell hybrid layers such as sussex,blue bell, blackrock and maran and the isa warren also purbreds and hatching eggs. we are based in Corofin in County Clare Ireland. thankshttp://www.corofinpoultry.com the site is still under construction but it works fine.
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Postby Gem@carraghs » 14 Oct 2010, 14:57

Takca wrote:Hi All,
After searching high and low for places in ireland that I might be able to
get chickens from I found this site

http://midlandpoultry.com/

I havn't used them so can't vouch for them but for now I am just happy to find somewhere. I was starting to think there was absolutly no poultry
sellers in ireland (either that or non of them have sites)

Takca


im in ireland, hundreds of us here. roscommon (mart car park) has a poultry sale 1st sunday of every month free entry.
portlaoise (equestrian centre, timahoe rd) is another good monthly sale 3rd sunday of the month.

an irish site i like is http://www.irishfowl.com
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby power poultry » 14 Oct 2010, 15:51

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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby Gaeltacht Poultry » 30 Dec 2010, 21:47

I am a breeder in Ireland, my little site is: http://gaeltachtpoultry.yolasite.com
Im just getting it back up and running after not updating it since the summer but il improve it in the coming weeks hopefully!
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby Gaeltacht Poultry » 30 Dec 2010, 21:55

I am a breeder in Ireland, this is my website: http://gaeltachtpoultry.yolasite.com/ I only started updating it again since the summer but should be up and running in a few weeks!!
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby jimjam » 25 Feb 2011, 22:10

http://gnix.co.uk/oepf/

I breed and sell hatching eggs for Old English Pheasant Fowl.

They are superb quality birds, sourced from registered breeders. I go to great effort to ensure there is no interbreeding.

One of my two breeding pens has two pullets whose mother was a first class winner at a variety of poultry shows last year and so they have come from a very good bloodline. The cockerel they run - he's only 7 months old - with is stunning to say the least. Chicks from this pen are going to be worthy birds - i'm confident of that.

Images are available on my site. Follow the albums link where there are links to each of the named birds. As of writing I haven't added images of my latest two pullets because i've only had them a few days and haven't had the time to do it but they will be available within the coming few days.

Any questions please send email to j.griffin@msn.com
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby meadowpoultry » 17 Aug 2011, 20:32

http://www.meadowpoultry.webs.com Family Run Specialist Breeders of Sussex Bantams in 8 colours, Silkies (Bearded & Non Bearded), Araucana Bantams
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby patten » 16 Oct 2011, 21:02

Hello,

I've just started a website about incubators, on this website you can add your own webpage about your incubator. If you bought one you can write some kind of review about it, if you made one yourself you can show to other people how you did the job.
Owners of a store can also create a page, that's free advertising!

Here's my site http://eggincubators.everydex.com

So if you own an incubator i would love it if you submit it to my website!

Regards
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby barnevelder » 11 May 2012, 13:39

Hi there!
I found this site too..
Its all about barnevelder chicken... :grin:
http://www.barnevelders.co.uk/chickens/
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Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Postby ribblevalleychickens » 05 Jun 2012, 15:16

this is my new site, not selling yet but will be advertising from the site an a few months. There is a blog and currently having it styled etc.
http://www.ribblevalleychickens.co.uk

We will be mainly selling marans and white sussex from our farm in the ribble valley.
Pork and lamb will be advertised too one they are ready.

Thanks

David
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