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    Ok. $50 per doz of eggs, S&H via Priority Mail included.

    Or, chicks $5 each straight run with a minimum of 15 for warmth in transit, plus next or second day air service by USPS.

    Genetic outcome will vary.

    Proven adults when I have extras will be $300 ea, plus next day air service.

    It's a very personable breed. They follow you around like puppies, constantly under your feet or at your side when outdoors or while you're in the pen.

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    Lol, it would be cool to have one, but that doesn't mean I should get one. Too much going on around here now.
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    Just holler if ya ever want any.

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    Yep a crowing rooster is exactly, what I need in my condo!

    I'd just like to see the neighbors faces when it starts doing that first thing in the morning.

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    Charge them for wake-up calls.

    ... in my condo!
    Don't people being that nearby annoy you? I could never live like that. I'd end up being a suspect in a disappearance case. LOL That's why you wear that mask and hood isn't it. One neighbor too many became too much of a pain. LOL j/k

    To each their own I suppose.

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    lol, I chicken egg(s) would be an interesting NASC donation.

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    If they were for eating, I'd send mutt eggs. If for hatching, then the real thing of course. These are too rare to eat.

    A pack of the long-tails' raw frozen feed I give them once a week would make an interesting thing too. You know, just to see what it tastes like for curiosity. LOL It's perfectly edible, but you may want to cook it first. Anyone up for trying a mix of hard boil eggs with shell, brown rice, rolled oats, raw pollock, cranberries, and green cabbage? LOL

    Or maybe the promise of a long tail feather from a long-tail bird at whatever point one looses one? Someone could really pimp out a hat with one of those. LOL

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    In case you've never eaten one, they taste like alligator.
    rofl

    Those chicks are SO cute! They will be beautiful when they grow up. Chicks and ducklings are just so sweet.
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