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Young hens for sale

From: user 9.
Sent on: Thursday, June 28, 2012 7:43 AM

WE bought an order of large brown egg layers from Mcmurray – all hens.  We will keep about a half dozen for our backyard flock in Brooklyn and planned to take the rest to a friend upstate, but now we can’t get out of town as we planned to deliver them.  They are now a month old and ready for more space than we have for them.  All healthy and various breeds:  Black Australorps; Lt. Brahmas; Dark Cornish; Black and White Giants; Buff and White Orpingtons; New Hampshire, Rhode Island Reds, Barred, White, Partridge, Buff Rocks;Delaware, Sussex, Turkens; White, Silver Laced, & Columbian Wyandottes, Red Star and Black Star.   We are looking to make back some of our cost on them, they have cost us about $12 a chick after food (organic) etc.    We were think $10 for one hen, $17 for two and $5 per chick after that.  Give us a shout if you are interested.  An easy way to start or add to your flock with young, healthy hens.  Thanks, fiona

 

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