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Show quality Old English Game Bantam Eggs for sale

vetgirl00us
vetgirl00us
Rome, GA
Post #: 98
My 2 bators are full and so are my 4 brooders and I have a baby on the way in less than 30 days and I hate to see all these eggs go to waste. I have several varieties of show quality (meaning they have already BEEN shown and proven to win or place) OEGB's that are laying up a storm. I will include what I call a "grab bag" of varieties and provide at least 2-3 eggs of each variety so you don't just have one chicken. These varieties are what you may get: Quail, Chocolate, Fawn Silver Duckwing, Blue Red Sport (gorgeous birds), Blue Gold Duckwing, Lemon Blue Sport, Columbian, Birchen, Self Blue, Black, Spangled, Lemon Blue, Brown Red. As I've said, these birds have been shown and are proven to win which means they are true to color and type. I have personally shown them at Dalton several times, Jefferson and Newnan to name a few. Prices are negotiable depending on how many eggs you want and so is shipping, local pickup is also available if you want to see the parents. 8-10-12 eggs run about $16-$20 plus shipping which locally should be between=$8-10 priority mail depending on pkg weight and zip code. If interested, email me at vetgirl00us@yahoo.com Thanks.

vetgirl00us
vetgirl00us
Rome, GA
Post #: 99
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spangling pattern on OEGB spangled pullet

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not a good pic but self blue cock

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blue gold duckwing pullet- took 4th place at only 5mos (the cock and hen both won that day)

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Quail variety- he took 2nd cock and the hen got 3 up against about 75 other quail OEGB last show.

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chocolate cockerel- best of variety

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blue red sport roo (before he got dubbed last summer)

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columbian cockerel- best of variety

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Jason M.
user 13185677
Conyers, GA
Post #: 206
I love the blue(splash) red, what is he a sport from? I know blue reds sometimes throw a red pyle sport, but what throws a blue red?
vetgirl00us
vetgirl00us
Rome, GA
Post #: 100
I'm not sure, it's one of those percentage things. I think blue red to blue red gets you a percentage of bbred, blue red and blue red sports. Most people will breed their blue reds to bbreds. Sport to sport is supposed to throw 100 percent sports which is what I've always gotten from my two pairs. I now have lemon blue sport pairs, talk about PRETTY! You can pair them with lemon blue or brown reds to get percentages of each variety. I think a sport to bb red makes blue red though. And a lemon blue sport to a brown red will net you lemon blues.
vetgirl00us
vetgirl00us
Rome, GA
Post #: 103
Eggs sold.
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