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Discussion in 'Poultry' started by FarmboyBill, Mar 18, 2017.
Sex Link Chicken?
All the hatcheries!! As LadyCat mentioned----there is several names for this same breed.
NEITHER Cackle or Stromburg hatcherys have them in their catalogs.
The golden sex links are not as popular as the red (which are better layers), but Stromberg and Meyer carries them. I imagine more do but I'm not willing to do your work. Use the search engine on your computer.
Here they are at Cackle. https://www.cacklehatchery.com/golden-comet.html
I found that same link earlier but am taken to this page:
Did you actually get through to a webpage selling the chicks?
Nope. Still waiting for someone to tell me what page there listed on in their catalog.
FB, are you really not able to click on a link????????
Cat it didn't open at all for me.
Yes, I did actually get to that page. So I just went again and made a screenshot.
I got through this time but didn't the past two. Seems like their server must have been overloaded.
Bill, in the catalog that you have, probably on the front cover is the company's phone number.
Call it and ask your questions. Ask them what page it is on in the catalog. Tell them you are
thinking about ordering some chicks but want to make sure you get the right ones.
I caked. Cackle was too busy cackling to answer my call and Stromborg said they had the GOLD sex link, n page 5, but those were baby chicks, and all baby chicks nearly are yellow/gold at birth.
cinnamon queen golden Comet--page 9 in cackle catalog--is this what you are lookin for? follow-up--these are 2 different breeds, you can ordr one or the other baby chicks pullets are1-4 3.35 up to 100 at 195 each
Bill, are you sure you are not thinkng of the Buff orphintons/ they are the most beautiful i know of...
He specially wanted sex links according to the other thread he started. White/light cockerels and gold chicks.
Read this link FBB. Click on it!! https://www.strombergschickens.com/product/Gold-Sexlink-Chicks/brown-egg-layers
Save your breath (or key strokes). He's been given several links, including the one above and refuses to click on them. This is a case of "You can lead a horse to water but not make them drink".
went there. Also saw it in my catalog. It says they lay 230 eggs a year +. In going through 20 pages on here, and reading some of most of them, I saw where a few said they lay 330.
I also saw where a sex link chicken can live for 5yrs
If they only lay 330 eggs, then there egg laying history is over a month before the year ends.
That's 330 eggs EACH YEAR, which, I doubt, after 3yrs or more.
Just tried Cackle again and there still cackling.