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Hereman Ceusters

#1 User is offline   jim 

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Posted 9 March 2018 - 13:08 PM

hi,
I purchased some hereman ceusters three pair and my m8 also got some througk john wheatcroft lines and humber stood
we both find that they at very slow at laying up to 5 weeks and still not all laid my other birds vanloons and coopers all went down in 10 days
this happened last season with the original pair .

I was woundering if any one else has had this problem with the breed looks like they will have to go as struggle to get ybs out of them


thank you

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 00:33 AM

View Postjim, on 9 March 2018 - 13:08 PM, said:

hi,
I purchased some hereman ceusters three pair and my m8 also got some througk john wheatcroft lines and humber stood
we both find that they at very slow at laying up to 5 weeks and still not all laid my other birds vanloons and coopers all went down in 10 days
this happened last season with the original pair .

I was woundering if any one else has had this problem with the breed looks like they will have to go as struggle to get ybs out of them


thank you

Will give you £10 a bird and the same offer to your m8 :smiling-scarecrow-329: :emoticon-0136-giggle:
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Posted 10 March 2018 - 12:01 PM

sorry m8 binned the four hens kept cocks

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 15:03 PM

Nope never heard of it, my vandenbrande and my sticker doncker lines heavily influenced by Leo’s and all lay within 14 days.....was they overweight?

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 15:06 PM

no all others laid in 10 days to 12
it was same last season I let it go as they were later bred

chap in next village has same problem with his 2 pair 6 weeks to lay

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