Brahma Chickens Various Colours

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Private Seller
Pets Current Age :
2015 years, 11 months old

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We have some gorgeous,pure breed, splash brahma chickens hatching now. Oldest 10 weeks. Splash colours from lemon pyle and blue partridge, feathery feet. Prices :
Chicks unsexed £6.00
sexed females 5 weeks and up £15.00
Point of lay £ 20.00
Cockerels £ 6.00

We have some gorgeous,pure breed, splash brahma chickens hatching now - Oldest 10 weeks. Splash colours from lemon pyle cockerel and various pure colour females, feathery feet. *Note: Large Fowl Not Bantam*
Prices :
Chicks unsexed £6.00
Chicks sexed 5 weeks and up £15.00
Point Of Lay £20.00
Cockerels £ 6.00

Definition of 'Splash': Father and Mother have different colouring to each other. Eg-lemon pyle and dark. This creates a unique and gorgeous variety of chicks.

Amongst our last batch of hatchlings as well as some lovely females we also had an some extraordinarily beautiful males. They're dad is very handsome, has a lovely laid-back temperament and is such a gentleman. So why not get a fella for your girls ?

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