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TN - Belgian Bearded d'Anvers - Quail, Blue Quail, Black, Self Blue and White

by Kristen
(Cookeville, TN, USA)

Blue Quail cockerel

Blue Quail cockerel

I raise Quail, Blue Quail, Black, Self Blue and White d'Anvers. My birds have done well at shows and exhibit type that fanciers worldwide can agree on as being desirable for the breed. Vigor, temperament and hatchability play a strong role in my breeding pens in addition to selecting for proper form and color. Whether for show or to outcross, my strain has a lot to offer.

I frequently show in local shows in Tennessee. Please contact me with questions:
Belgian_danver@yahoo.com
or call 931-252-7880.

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Mar 21, 2019
2019 Update for Breezy Bantam Farm
by: Kristen Garrison

I wanted to answer a few FAQs on here to save everybody some time. I am not notified when people post questions here, so please direct questions to my email: Belgian_danver@yahoo.com
FAQs:
1. What do I sell? I sell hatching eggs in the spring and started adults in the fall. All birds I sell will meet standard requirements for the show room unless specifically labelled "pet quality". Sorry, I do not sell chicks

2. Can I buy chicks? Generally no. I will sometimes make exceptions for people who can pick up small quantities locally.

3. Do I ship? Yes. I can ship to most states in the United States. I ship USPS Express and it generally runs $70-80

4. Do you show? Not as much as I used to, but when I am able, yes. People who buy from me do show and frequently do well.

5. Are my birds NPIP approved? Yes, I have my birds tested for diseases regularly to adhere to NPIP regulations.

6. Why are my chickens and eggs only seasonal in availability? The short answer is because I hatch and rear with the normal cycles of the chickens. They lay the most and the best quality hatching eggs in the spring, when fertility and hatchability is up. So I sell hatching eggs in the spring. I sell started birds in the fall, after the weather has cooled to make shipment possible. Summers are too hot to ship birds and winters are too cold. I usually sell out in the fall and have nothing left to offer in the spring, so if you want to buy birds from me, expect to be put on a waiting list unless you hit the timing just right.

7. What varieties do I have available? For 2019 only Black, Quail and Blue Quails will likely be available. I will likely NOT have any Self Blues or Whites.

8. Do you have a website? Yes, I am revamping my website for 2019. breezybantamfarm.webs.com

Aug 29, 2018
Ship hatching eggs? NEW
by:

Hi,

I would like to purchase hatching eggs.

Do you ship them, and what is the price?

Thanks!


Aug 28, 2017
seeking birds for sale NEW
by: Larry

First of all---Do you ship? If so, I would like to find some good quality birds to get a start of my own. the blacks and blues would be the first choice. Thanks

Aug 02, 2017
2017 Updates and answers to FAQ NEW
by: Kristen Ramsdell

I no longer raise Blue d'Anvers. I presently have Quail, Blue Quail, Black, Self Blue and White d'Anvers.

My flock is NPIP approved.

I sell hatching eggs, started birds and adults as available. I can ship all of the above.

Priorities in my breeding flock are as follows: health, type, productivity, temperament, color - in that order. My birds have a reputation for females being very friendly, males being more gentle than typical for the breed.

If you ever have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.

Jan 13, 2016
can you ship hatching eggs?
by: Anonymous

I was wondering if you could ship fertile hatching eggs to CA. and if so, how much would it cost? thank you

Sep 24, 2015
Kristen has wonderful birds
by: Jill Bell

I bought two young hens from Kristen and they are a delight to have around. One of them I can hold upside down in one hand and tickle her belly! They are gentle and curious, love love love dried mealworms.

Kristen, you are the best!!!!!!

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