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Cochins, LGDs, Pigeons (Riverton)

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We have the following available:

Large, standard, and bantam cochin chicks. Ages range from a 3 days to 5 weeks of age. Limited availability on show quality and bantam chicks. Photos of parent flocks included (NFS).

We have a 1 year old male Great Pyrenees and a 7 month old female Anatolian/Great Pyrenees cross. Both have been raised with goats, pigs, horses, cows, and cats The female has been in with the poultry and if worked with a little more would be fine with poultry. Both have also had exposure to geese. Excellent with children. Unrelated. Would like them to go together, but am willing to separate.

One pair of pigeons is a Modena cock with a Modena/Homer hen. And a quad of Homers.

Better deals with bigger quanities!

Willing to meet within reason, or can travel further for a fee. Email and text preferred.

post id: 7753275326

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