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Sows, Hens and Nannies.

 
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Location: Mountain Grove, Ontario, Canada
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I am moving to just North of Kingston (Ontario) shortly and will be looking for some older (and wiser) Sows, Hens and Nannies from stock that lives roughly around there (by roughly I mean that they live mostly on the vegetation, bugs and such that grows naturally around there).

If you have some broody Hens, older (well behaved) Sows (1 or 2) or keep Goats in the area then I would love to hear from you. We should have suitable shelter set up for some Chickens fairly quickly and we'll probably be ready for Sows in the Summer.
 
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