I breed and show Belgian d'Uccles in a number of colours, as well as Frizzle Bantam in the Blue & Black, Pekin Bantam's in Black Mottled, Rhode Island
P.O Box 434 Millicent 5280
Tantanoola, South Australia 5280
I have the following breeds RIR large and bantam, Light Sussex, Australorp large and bantam, Black and white Silkies and Buff Pekin.
I also have
Illaroo, NSW 2540
During the Season I will have hopefully some of the below available as unsexed chicks, Ducklings eggs only become available after fertility has been
BLS/SL and BLG Wyandottes
Mixed colour Pekins
Bronze, Blue/Blue barred and Black/Black barred
Pekin bantams in many colours available most of the time.Our pekins are not exhibition birds but are still good quality.Ideal childrens pet.
Morrak Park Poultry
Warnervale, NSW 2259
French Marans, Wheaten ,Buff, Blue Marans
We bred: Mealy Grey, Birchen, Cuckoo, Blue Red, White, Black, Mottle and Blue Mottled
Southern Highlands, NSW 2577
Quality Pekin bantams in black, blue and splash. Also black mottles.
Large black Orpingtons.
Birds sometimes available for sale. Chicks/eggs
Toodyay, WA 6566
Various colours available late spring 2013
2500 East Hallandale Beach Blvd
Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009
Gregg L. Friedman MD Farms since 1989.
Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire CB21 5ET
Chickenguard one of the leading manufacturers of
Brookfield, Queensland 4069
Lower Longley, Tasmania
We raise Barnevelders, organically and free range
MOORAK PARK 15 MOUNTAIN RD
HALLORAN, NSW 2259
Illaroo, NSW 2540
During the Season I will have hopefully some of
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Yarloop, WA 6218
We have fertile eggs available for posting
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Yass, NSW 2582
Love rare breeds, in particular the dual purpose/
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Goulburn, NSW 2580
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toowoomba, qld 4350
i breed large malay, in most colours. i also
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