Tuesday, October 23, 2007

The Java Chicken is the perfect homestead bird. Gentle, curious, social, excellent foragers, hearty, and devoted mothers.

9 comments:

Masada said...

I would love to get some chicks. I didn't see an email address. Would you email me FarmerJohn3336 at yahoo

patsy said...

Please avise of when and where I could order Java chicks. My email address is kastsv@gmail.com Thanks, Patsy

Elizabeth said...

I would love to get 2 or 3 chicks. Please email me at:
elight5@yahoo.com

Jordan said...

hi. i want to get 2-3 chicks in the future, but first i have a lot of questions. please email me at ki4guo@gmail.com so that I can email you my questions. thanks!

Survival Mike said...

I would like to get some Java Chicks. I would like to get 10 or less straight run or Pullets and a couple of Cokereels. I live in East Tennessee. My E-Mail is foosball127@yahoo.com Let me know if anything can be worked out or f you know anywhere else I can get some. I have been looking for some for a while but havent had any luck.

frak23 said...

Hi! I am going to raise chicken this spring. so I would be interested in a couple of your Java chicks. My email address is fransottotan28@yahoo.com.

Francis

Rabun Gap Nacoochee School said...

I would be interested in getting chicks from you this fall or early next year. I am currently starting my Black Java flock using hatching eggs from Urch farm stock. I hope for a good hatch of 20 or more. However, I will need to bring in chicks from different strains to ensure flock vigor in the future. I am located in Northern Georgia. If this is possible please send me the necessary ordering information.

robertg.flower@gmail.com

papickard said...

I am looking for Black Java chickens. Do you have any for sale?
papickard63@windstream.net
Northwest Georgia

LadyHawk said...

Hi, I love your birds! I am doing a breed page on the Java and was wondering if I could get come pictures from you to use. The page will be shown on Backyardchickens.com in their breed list. I think the Java needs more attention than it gets and would love to show your birds as prime examples of the breed. Email me so we may discuss this more. Cetawin@gmail.com