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Crested Cream Legbar Breeding Pair
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Location : 24522, Virginia
Country : United States
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Start Time : Sep. 07, 2019 20:30:00
End Time : Sep. 14, 2019 20:30:00
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Registered since Jun. 12, 2016
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The winner of this auction will win a gorgeous pair of Crested Cream Legbar juveniles- one pullet and one cockerel. By far the most sought after rarest auto-sexing chicken breed in the world, the Cream Legbar are extremely friendly and known for their sky blue eggs and auto-sexing chick capabilities.

Being so rare and highly sought after here in the US, even Martha Stewart started her own flock of Cream Legbars in 2016. If their sky blue eggs and auto-sexing capabilities aren't appealing enough to you, then their feather crested heads should grab your attention. They are excellent foragers and love to be outside chasing bugs and laying eggs almost anywhere they see fit. Perhaps they lay so many eggs they just can't make it to their nesting box? They do excellent free ranging and are alert if predators are present, though they can adapt to small backyard chicken coops and runs.

Cream Legbars are a medium sized chicken breed and produce an excessive amount of large sky blue eggs.This makes them a great choice for effective egg to feed consumption ratio. In1952 a study was conducted in England of 7 Legbar hens for one year. The 7 hens produced an average of 260 eggs each. Imagine if you had 7 Cream Legbar hens, you would have to eat omelets for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Cream Legbar eggs are often deceptive in size due to being wider than most eggs. Don't let this fool you as their eggs are still large and their eggs weight is considered large rated under the USDA egg sizing standards.

With all their neat features of sky blue eggs, excellent egg production, unique feather coloring, it's easy to overlook the beauty and privilege of auto-sexing the Cream Legbar chicks. The convenience of autosexing chicks is not very common, especially in rare chicken breeds here in the US. The Cream Legbar chicks offer a crystal clear visual of their gender when they hatch, with females being brown with stripes and males usually lighter with an obvious white dot on their head. The Cream Legbar makes it easy for even the newest backyard chicken breeders to hatch and sex their own chicks.

These guys outperform the best egg laying capabilities of most chicken breeds. With so many rare unique features including their sky blue eggs, why settle for the common blue egg laying Easter Egger or Ameraucana when you can have the rare Crested Cream Legbar?

We have several pairs available as well as other breeds, so please let me know if you are interested in others as well. Our flock is certified NPIP & AI clear in VA #52-394. Shipments will go out either Monday or Tuesday following the auction end (barring any holiday closings) via USPS Express Mail.

No international shipments. Shipping is available in the US within the lower 48 states. Payment is due within 24 hours following the end of the auction.


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