Buff Orpington Hen Wing &/or Tail Feathers Qty: 25 Size: 1.5" (Gallus domesticus)
These little reddish brown or buff colored feathers are somewhat firm with lighter colored fluff at their base. They are small feathers around one and a half inches long. Some may be a little over, but all are under two inches. Feathers are real and all natural. They come from my own pastoral Buff Orpington hens which are a docile breed of chicken.
•Qty: Approx. 25 Buff Orpington hen wing &/or tail feathers
•Size: Approx. 1.5" inches / 3.81 centimeters
•No chemicals, dyes, or GMO's
•I am not a reseller / Non smoking home
•Cruelty free, humane, organic, molted, cleaned feathers
•Flat rate shipping on small feathers / Shipping upgrades available at checkout
Do you know where your feathers come from? When you buy from Running Bug Farm you do! My birds are cruelty free and humanely raised. They live outside 365 days a year free ranging on pasture the way Mother Nature intended. I supplement their natural pasture and woodland foraging with certified organic feed to ensure they have the healthiest Non GMO diet possible. I use natural holistic methods to treat my animals and myself. Running Bug Farm is better than organic. Your purchase supports my eco farm and I thank you!
Feathers are hand packaged and labeled. Labels provide my farms information, the type of bird, the quantity, and the size.
Feathers are from my smoking free home, although I do heat my home exclusively with a wood stove as I am almost entirely off of the grid and this is my only source of heat.
I do not sell feathers from endangered, protected, or wild species of birds. Such as Eagle, Hawk, Owl, Falcon, Song Bird, Parrot, etc. I exclusively sell feathers only from my own humanely raised farm birds on my small Eco-Farm.
FYI: The currency in the pictures is a USA copper penny. The ruler is 12" inches long. The penny and the ruler are pictured to help you gauge the size of the feathers. If you are unsure what size feathers you need for your project, I recommend you get out your project specs and use a ruler or tape measure to see the size you need in inches.