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25 Delaware Day Old Chicks
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Location : 97352, Oregon
Country : United States
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Start Time : Apr. 19, 2017 22:03:03
End Time : Apr. 21, 2017 22:03:03
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Registered since Apr. 19, 2017
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The Delaware breed was developed in America during the 1940's. The goal was to create a faster growing and more attractive meat bird. Delawares were created by crossing male Barred Plymouth Rocks with female New Hampshires, and then carefully selecting the next generations for the proper feather color and body type. Delawares were a popular meat bird until the development of the Cornish Cross. In 2013 the Oregon Delaware team was able to purchase 4th generation chicks of this recreated Delaware line and has been working hard to bring them back to their former utility by carefully breeding them toward the Standard of Perfection.

In 2017 after four years of further development of this line we are proud to offer shipped chicks. We believe that these are the best Delawares in existence that we are aware of. You can see their exceptional type and beauty from the pictures. Oregon Delawares are holding their own in competitions, lay well and have a nice meaty carcass when butchered. Additionally, they are calm and friendly foragers and they have proven to be good Mothers.

The winner of this auction will receive 25 straight run (unsexed) Oregon Delaware chicks. Ship date will be April 24th, 2017.



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Chicks to be shipped April 24th, 2017 USPS Priority Express - guaranteed 1 - 2 day delivery depending on destination. Payment by Paypal due at auction close.
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