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#1 2012-03-28 23:15:55

gubi
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EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

I have for sale for local pick up 13 EO eggs, 12 partridge silkie eggs, 11 Spitzhauben eggs and 5 blue silkie eggs collected in the last march 24-28.  incubators are full.  I'm located in Huron County Ontario.
gubelman@tcc.on.ca


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#2 2012-03-28 23:21:46

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

I wish I lived close I would take them all

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#3 2012-03-29 00:38:42

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

I PMd you


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#4 2012-03-29 14:19:35

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

Sorry no shipping.  I could deliver as far as Mount Forrest or Stayner on Saturday am.


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#5 2012-04-23 13:36:58

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

I have some more Euskal Oiloa eggs available.  I can deliver to the Mount Forest Fur and Feather.


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#6 2012-04-23 13:46:55

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

Hey gubi, what about those Spitz???  Do you think you will maybe have a couple for me yet by the F&F???  :please:

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#7 2012-04-23 17:56:52

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

Paula I have 2 collected so far.  I hope they get get back to laying right away!!!  I was getting 3 eggs on average per day until PG and you wanted eggs.  Then they just quit.  The only one laying right now is the pullet and she gives me an egg every other day.  I'm not getting any other eggs from that pen at all.  The silkie hens that are in there all went broodie.  I'll come come and see you guys quick after the F & F at the breakfast.  You guys will likely still be there at lunch time.


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#8 2012-04-24 00:29:59

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

Yep, that sounds about right....no eggs when you want them the most! That's why we don't own chickens, they own us :whistle: Sorry to jinx your Spitz girls gubi!


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#9 2012-04-24 01:36:59

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

No worries gubi, just thought I would put it out there.  I know the same happens for me as well, never fails you go to collect for someone and then they put the brakes on and go on some kind of egg strike :banginghead:
Hopefully I won't miss you but if I do I can always take a drive to your place and pick them up, but we should be there until 10:30-11:00 for sure.

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#10 2012-04-24 03:06:25

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

I just candled the EE eggs I got from you and I have 11 growing and 1 blood ring.  My EO's out of 33 eggs I have one blood ring and 10 clears.  So the rooster got bored of one of the hens again.  It was like that at first when I started to hatch too.  Then in March we had over 90% fertility but now down again. 

EO eggs will be $15 for 12-18 eggs because of lower fertility.


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#11 2012-04-24 11:30:56

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

That's great gubi that the EE eggs are good except one, I had good results with the eggs I hatched.  Well the poor girls are showing the wear from my busy rooster.  I let them outside to stretch their legs everyday, the rooster is too busy finding them treats instead :whistle:

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#12 2012-04-24 11:34:16

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

Sounds like the romance is fading Gubi. Perhaps a nice romantic week-end will bring the spark back or a nice dinner with music playing. Maybe You've lost that lovin feeling would be a good choice. :funny:


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#13 2012-04-24 12:54:10

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#14 2012-04-24 23:14:49

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#15 2012-04-28 02:03:38

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

EO eggs are spoken for the F&F but I will have more available for pick up next week again. 

Paula I pm'ed you about the Spitz.  I have lots of chicks but only 3 eggs! 

Island girl do you have any theme songs to get the hens in the mood to lay eggs again? 

Funny thing is my old girl who is running in my mixed flock this year is still laying very well.  The young girls are probably on strike until they can go out to pasture again!!  The Spitz love to range.  My old girl was inspecting her grand kids tonight.  I had a silkie hatch 8 spitz chicks yesterday and when I was looking after them inside the rabbit coop she hopped up to look in to check them out or maybe just to see if they have better food?  She's always the first there when I feed the cat too.


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#16 2012-05-03 01:31:56

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

Spitz are laying again.  I came home from the F&F to not 1, not 2, but 3 white eggs in the nests!  Paula when are you setting those eggs again?  I was talking to Brigitte, she wants some too and she mentioned a possible road trip.


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#17 2012-05-03 11:46:17

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

Yes, Stephan I would love more eggs, the ones I got from you are still sitting here I am waiting until the incubator is free.  Chicks are hatching right now.  I would love to have five or six more.  I see the ones I got from you are getting close to two weeks old so fertility may have dropped.  :(  Have be in touch with Brigitte so we will see if we can work something out soon.

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#18 2013-03-10 15:02:36

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Re: EO's Spitzhaubens and Silkies

I have some EO eggs and some Spitz eggs for pick up again.  I have a flat full about 1/2 Spitz 1/2 EO, started collecting on the 5th.  Fertility on the Spitz 37/39, fertility on the EO's 15/19 on the first batch in the incubator.  EO eggs are Big boy over his 4 pullets from last year.  Breeders were separated on family day so there is a small chance of a few Spitz/EO cross.  e-mail gubelman at tcc dot on dot ca


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