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Marché de Volailles (Poultry for sale/wanted)

Postby Sylvia » 08 Oct 2008, 21:00

This thread is for the FOR SALE/WANTED postings of all poultry and waterfowl for France based members.
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FOR SALE in north deux sevre

Postby mojo » 09 Oct 2008, 10:30

FOR SALE..........or exhange........Blue orpington coqs.(from Staminas Poultry line) plus Jap bantams (from KateD line) excess to stock for my breeding programme....................must be collected
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WANTED in north deux sevre

Postby mojo » 09 Oct 2008, 10:33

WANTED.....singletons pair or trio Lady Amherst pheasants( or book eggs for springtime) plus one or two reeves hens all wanted for decoration not consumption..............can anyone help at below ferme beaumont prices???
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Sussex & Faverolles

Postby Junebaby » 11 Oct 2008, 18:46

Wanted - Light Sussex and/or Faverolle fertilized eggs or chicks. Thanks
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Postby Bilclarie » 13 Oct 2008, 12:55

Hi All

I'm looking for Braham hen's and a cockerel or fertile egg's not sure what make they are :lol: but it's the large beigey spekled type that I'm after I'm in dept 53 so if any of you lovelies have either going spare for sale I'm the woman to buy them from you, I have visited a lot of markets but haven't found any for sale yet.


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Postby mojo » 13 Oct 2008, 14:27

getting late in the year for fertile eggs and chicks best to buy in spring and have all summer to raise them well.........chickens still in local markets but breeds tend to be pot luck as most breeds seem to be only"LOOK LIKES"........ask your local info office for the contact for your local aviculture club and go to the show(its soon showtime folks) were one can buy and get advice........good luck
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Postby limochick » 14 Oct 2008, 20:18

got plenty of light sussex, (uk stock) originally,
will have chicks for sale in spring,
yes what they sell on the markets here are look a likes, like "marans" that lay beige eggs.
just hatched some proper marans ,for breeding stock for next year, copper ,blue-blacks and cuckoo,s,
looking for some sasso chicks or fertile eggs.
any body help?
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Postby NannyP » 14 Oct 2008, 22:32

I'll have fertile eggs next Spring. Not sure that my eggs, this late in the season will be viable.
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Postby Bilclarie » 15 Oct 2008, 11:26

Excuse me for being thick but if you have a Cockerel all year round and he is performing with the hens won't some eggs be fertile :lol:

Also don't know how true this is but have been told that you can only hatch Brahams in an incubator not under a broody!!!!!! found that one really strange.


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Postby mojo » 15 Oct 2008, 12:52

coqs have a higher fertility in the spring therefore the most chance of successs is to use spring eggs.....but as fertility drops during winter it doesnt stop alltogether but the odds of a good hatch decrease.........Brahmas can be hatched under the hen which laid the eggs .and under a surogate broody hen or in an incubby .all work all have their sponsers...............you will find we all have slightly differant ideas how to raise poultry...........the important thing is to absorb as much knowledge as possible and apply it as you see fit
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Postby Bilclarie » 15 Oct 2008, 15:14

Thanks Mojo

I understand now re fertile egg's, have had a phone call today a friend of a friend has a pair of Brahams I can have there going to drop them off to me as they are coming this way at the end of the month so fingers crossed they arrive.
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Postby NannyP » 15 Oct 2008, 15:28

How exciting, let us know how you get on. I have 2 Gold Brahma hens, and am looking forward next year to getting together with James419, who has a Gold Brahma coq (who is doing his thing now :D ), and producing another coq, to replace Trousers, who died earlier this year.

Will be interested to know what type of Brahma you have coming to visit.
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Postby Bilclarie » 15 Oct 2008, 21:07

Hi NannyP

Don't worry as soon as they arrive I will take a few pictures :wink:



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Postby limochick » 17 Oct 2008, 22:36

hi ,
has any one out there got an indian/cornish game coq for sale.
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Cream Leg Bar

Postby Sylvia » 11 Nov 2008, 08:04

Wanted - A couple of POL (or near) Cream Leg Bar hens, I already have the cockerel so just want the hens please.

South Dept 87 or surrounding close areas preferably.
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