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 Post subject: Re: Australian Sicilian Buttercup Breeders Group
PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 2:15 pm 
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She is probably in the group by the sounds, all the breeders with real buttercups are


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 Post subject: Re: Australian Sicilian Buttercup Breeders Group
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I am impressed with the sicilian buttercups I may get a few soon


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congt334 to Mark on his huge breeding results with over 180 chicks the record number for Australia



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 Post subject: Re: Australian Sicilian Buttercup Breeders Group
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 Post subject: Re: Australian Sicilian Buttercup Breeders Group
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Hi can you let me know if there is a membership fee for the Sicilian Buttercup Club and is there any breeders in Victoria?


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 Post subject: Re: Australian Sicilian Buttercup Breeders Group
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I looked at these at the at shop with the big horns looked like the devil but the bloke selling them did not know much about them. Do they self incubate IE the hen sits on eggs? do they lay every day?


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 Post subject: Re: Australian Sicilian Buttercup Breeders Group
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RichardO wrote:
Hi can you let me know if there is a membership fee for the Sicilian Buttercup Club and is there any breeders in Victoria?

No membership fees.
Yes, there are only 2 registered breeders of pure Sicilian Buttercups in Victoria and both are female breeders, both ladies have a great deal of experience with them.


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 Post subject: Re: Australian Sicilian Buttercup Breeders Group
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Anna_J wrote:
I looked at these at the at shop with the big horns looked like the devil but the bloke selling them did not know much about them. Do they self incubate IE the hen sits on eggs? do they lay every day?

No we all use artificial incubators as they are the worst brooders. Yes most do lay most days


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 Post subject: Re: Australian Sicilian Buttercup Breeders Group
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[smilie=thanks.gif] I got a message here from a lady that breeds lots of them and she conformed the same as you


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Anna_J wrote:
I looked at these at the at shop with the big horns looked like the devil but the bloke selling them did not know much about them. Do they self incubate IE the hen sits on eggs? do they lay every day?

No we all use artificial incubators as they are the worst brooders. Yes most do lay most days

Jill has written an article in ASBBG on this and its fabulous, she is the oldest breeder of sicilican buttercups in australia and the most successful with the only pure original line of her's

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