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 Post subject: Re: Sussex x Sussex pure chicks?
PostPosted: Tue Sep 29, 2015 9:11 am 
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Katy wrote:
Help pay the feed bill wee. wee. wee.

Yep well the best you can get for any sussex is $5-$10 each most times I ask $2 so they sell and I am not stuck having to behead them all

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Carol NZ wrote:
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Help pay the feed bill wee. wee. wee.

Yep well the best you can get for any sussex is $5-$10 each most times I ask $2 so they sell and I am not stuck having to behead them all

You get that much [smilie=a_holycrap.gif] your doing very well but then you are in NZ here as they are all cross rubbish you are lucky to get $1 each, the imports that have just arrive will change that as I read but for now its $1 for the crap

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people give them away free at the markets but most go back home as no one want those rubbish

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bimba wrote:
people give them away free at the markets but most go back home as no one want those rubbish

We were giving away 2 dozen sebrights at the markets a few months ago and there was a very large lady giving away sussex, well trying to give them away with little luck


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 Post subject: Re: Sussex x Sussex pure chicks?
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SebrightsVictoria wrote:
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people give them away free at the markets but most go back home as no one want those rubbish

We were giving away 2 dozen sebrights at the markets a few months ago and there was a very large lady giving away sussex, well trying to give them away with little luck

Its the same here you are lucky to get $1 per sussex hen

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 Post subject: Re: Sussex x Sussex pure chicks?
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Carol NZ wrote:
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Yep well the best you can get for any sussex is $5-$10 each most times I ask $2 so they sell and I am not stuck having to behead them all

They are good cat food ;)

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Katy wrote:
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Help pay the feed bill wee. wee. wee.

Yep well the best you can get for any sussex is $5-$10 each most times I ask $2 so they sell and I am not stuck having to behead them all

They are good cat food ;)

I think that's the type they use commercially because they are worthless

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Is there much nutrients in those commercial sussex being they are a mix breed makeup


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Is there much nutrients in those commercial sussex being they are a mix breed makeup

I think no, that's why they use them for cat food

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