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Pure Bred Cream Legbar Male Chicks Or Fertile Eggs

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Watlington, Oxfordshire
Member since Aug 2020

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6 weeks old

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Just a few days ago these cute fluffy easter chicks hatched! (30th March 2021) Out of my hatch of 17 chicks, I got two male Cream Legbars, one of which has already found a new home, but there is one available!

They have hatched from my purebred Cream Legbar cockerel and my purebred Cream Legbar hen (see photos) from completely separate genetic lines. He is super healthy and fed on an organic whole grain diet I make myself.

Noodle (the father) is a lovely super handsome cockerel that is calm natured, non-flighty and non-aggressive. He can be picked up and handled easily. Nutmeg (the mother) is a fantastic hen who lays approximate 5-6 stunning blue eggs a week and has an amazing fluffy head crest.

As they are a day old, they will need heat. So he must go to a home that has a chick heat source, and other chicks of similar age for socialisation. He could be put under a broody hen, she will think she has hatched them and raise them for you.

These chicks also have great autosexing genes, really easy to tell the difference between male and female on hatch. They will be great breeders or pets.

Cockerels are a really great addition to any flock, not only do you get fertile hatching eggs for breeding or selling, but they look after your hens. They protect them from predation and stop in-flock bullying or squabbling. Our Cream Legbar cockerel, Noodle, has protected our hens multiple times from the aerial attack of Red kites! Plus cockerels are wonderful to look at.

£3 each for the chick
£2 each fertile hatching egg (so far have had 100% fertility and hatch rate)
Must come to collect.

I also have fertile hatching eggs available for:
- Purebred blue copper Maran (hen) x Purebred Cream Legbar (hens from this pairing will lay olive green eggs)
- Purebred Black copper Maran (hen) x Purebred Cream Legbar (hens from this pairing will lay olive green eggs)
- Purebred Silver Grey Dorking (hen) x Purebred Cream Legbar (hens from this pairing will lay large light blue eggs)
- Purebred Plymouth Barred rock (hen) x Purebred Cream Legbar (hens from this pairing will lay light green eggs)
- Purebred Cream Legbar (hens from this pairing will lay blue eggs)
- I have a neighbour that can provide purebred Buff Orpington fertile hatching eggs (hens will lay a cream egg)

Ready to leave anytime. Other male chicks will come available when they are 3-5weeks old and I am able to identify their sex. So please contact me if you are interested in Olive egger (Maran x Cream Legbar or Plymouth Barred Rock x Cream Legbar) or Buff Orpington cockerels.

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