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Re: Pages Poultry

Hi Sue,

Yes we have copper stars currently in stock, I will reserve 4 for you for next weekend if you would like?

All the best

Susie

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> On 18 Jun 2016, at 09:00, Page’s Poultry wrote:
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> Name: Sue kitchener
> Email: suekitchener@rocketmail.com
> Phone: 07727008449
> Subject:
> Message: Hi, have you got any Copper star
> available? I’ve got a few minor alterations to
> make to our new chicken run, so will probably be
> ready for them by next weekend, I think I want 3
> or 4.
> Thanks Sue
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Re: Pages Poultry

Hi Tracy,

I’m so pleased the chickens are doing well and it certainly sounds like you are enjoying yourself!!

Regarding the quail, it sounds perfect having them outside during the summer and inside during the winter. And it should be no problem sorting out a set up on a budget, no need to spend a fortune! A rabbit hutch is perfect but I would go for one close to the ground, maybe only a few inches off the ground. I don’t think they will go up a ladder much higher as they a ground birds. You can quite often find them of the freebie sites!

Any other questions shout and let me know when your ready for the quail.

Thanks

Susie

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> On 13 Jun 2016, at 13:56, Page’s Poultry wrote:
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> Name: Tracy Bates
> Email: tracybates3008@gmail.com
> Phone: 07826165553
> Subject: Quails
> Message: Hi Susie, our 5 new chickens are settled
> in nicely, earning their keep making compost and
> laying eggs, even got a double yoker in the first
> clutch, happy days. we are considering adding
> Quail to the menagerie now and need a bit of
> advice about housing before we visit you for our
> birds. we want to be able to move them into the
> shed in the winter and keep them outdoors in the
> warmer weather, we are doing this on a budget and
> have been looking on e-bay for housing,
> could we house them in a guinea pig hutch and run
> as they don’t need a nest box like the chickens
> do?
> will they go up and down a ramp if we got a style
> with a run underneath?
> thank you for all your help and advice I look
> forward to hearing from you
>
> happy Chicken Chasing
> Tracy Bates
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Re: Pages Poultry

Hi Claire,
Yes I will be here all weekend. Unfortunately on Sunday morning till 1pm you won’t be able to get to us as they have closed the road for a iron man competition. But Saturday or Sunday afternoon is great.

Thanks
Susie

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> On 10 Jun 2016, at 14:20, Page’s Poultry wrote:
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> Name: Claire Cole
> Email: clairejcole@aol.com
> Phone: 07967716632
> Subject: Ducks & chickens
> Message: Hi are you open at weekends I am
> interested in the ducks you have for sale on
> preloved also wanting a couple of chickens
> thankyou Claire
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Re: Pages Poultry

Hi Micky,

I have a trio of Cayuga ducks for you, they will be off heat and ready to go in a couple of weeks.

Regarding the Guinea fowl, I have got about 4 babies at the moment. You could have them now but they would need to be under a heat lamp. If you want them off heat ready to go outside they will be another 3-4 weeks. Unfortunately till they are fully grown I am unable to sex them. Let me know what you would like to do.

Hope the girls have settled in well with yours! 😊

Speak soon.

Susie

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> On 25 May 2016, at 13:42, Page’s Poultry wrote:
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> Name: Micky
> Email: micky.collingwood@comfort-tech.co.uk
> Phone: 07985 021787
> Subject: various
> Message: Hi Susie, I came to see you a few weeks
> ago to purchase a few pekins (including frazzle
> cockerel) and also put my name down for a few
> guinea fowl and Cayuga ducks which were to hatch
> soon. I was just wondering if you have an update
> at all as I’ve got some trips planned and wanted
> to make sure things don’t clash. Thanks, Micky
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