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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
PostPosted: Fri Jun 05, 2020 6:22 pm 
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NellyG wrote:
I would love some chicks of the red comb silkies please

Me too they sound amazing

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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sue55 wrote:
NellyG wrote:
I would love some chicks of the red comb silkies please

Me too they sound amazing

Would love to get some pure chooks so put me down for 4 woohoo4


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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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I think they are sold out with such massive demand around the country

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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Cackles wrote:
I think they are sold out with such massive demand around the country

I want to get into some pure breeds for the first time and I chose the pink combs but can buy any :cry: :cry: :cry:

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2020 6:49 am 
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Some I have seen are very pink and they just look so cute

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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Big fan of this breed, I think they have taken over from the mulberry comb as more popular pure breed and rightly so
I am hoping to get into the breed soon

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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Oaklands wrote:
Big fan of this breed, I think they have taken over from the mulberry comb as more popular pure breed and rightly so
I am hoping to get into the breed soon

Well put Oaklands, the pinks are the only pure bred silkies now I think the other colour is all pekin cross :x

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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Cackles wrote:
I think they are sold out with such massive demand around the country

i am looking for a few if anyone can help. will pay up to $100 per hen


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mycoola wrote:
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I think they are sold out with such massive demand around the country

i am looking for a few if anyone can help. will pay up to $100 per hen

I was trying to buy a few and found theres a big wait list

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Looking for some chicks if anyone has any for sale

Would refer white and lavender but beggars can be choosers


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