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GA - 3 bantam cockerels - can be sold separately - $5 per D'Uccle

by Lily
(Ga)

cockerels

cockerels

I am located outside of atl.
I will drive up to an hour.

3 cockerels.

1 is a full exchequer Serama. He is SQ and 7-8 weeks old. He is very tiny.
His name is Wagashi. His parents and grandparents are SQ and the grandparents show very well. $26

1 is a full D´Uccle. 1/3 silver mille fleur 1/3 mottled and 1/3 mille fleur.
7-8 weeks old and has very nice boots. His name is Sudachi.

1 is a full D´Uccle. 2/3 mille fleur 1/3 silver mille fleur. 7-8 weeks old and is very pretty. His name is Mochi.

They are very friendly, healthy, and hand-raised. They are $5 each. No checks. Paypal and cash only.

Only to a home where they will be not cramped in cages or eaten.

If you have any questions email me at: ducklingsandchicks@gmail.com.

I have pictures of parents and grandparents by request.
:-)

Thank you!



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