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Thinking of buying eggs for hatching. Is eggbid better or safer than buying from ebay?Please let me know which you prefer ,opinion, or suggestions as I am a little sceptical from buying eggs online.

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If you post the breeds you're looking for I'm sure some on here in our BST section will have what you want. Do you mind my asking which breeds you're considering?

Tracy
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I have NEVER bought or sold eggs on eggbid or ebay, Ive done ALL of my buying and selling on here..................

.......Thanks........ed.......Portland, IN......
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.......Thanks........ed.......Portland, IN......
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Eggbid is specifically for selling birds.  They generally have more reputable breeders. 
I personally have bought and sold on Eggbid many times.  I wouldn't use ebay for either.

Julie

http://tideviewbantams.webs.com
Bearded and non-bearded silkies in black, paint, and self blue (lavender).  Bantam polish in white-crested black, chocolate, and khaki.  Lahore and frillback pigeons.
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Julie

http://tideviewbantams.webs.com
Bearded and non-bearded silkies in black, paint, and self blue (lavender).  Bantam polish in white-crested black, chocolate, and khaki.  Lahore and frillback pigeons.
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Originally Posted by shortcake1806 

If you post the breeds you're looking for I'm sure some on here in our BST section will have what you want. Do you mind my asking which breeds you're considering?


Yes, I am interested in seramas, araucanas ,or showgirls.I want to go into show quality but any would be fine for my first few birds to start with.Thanks.

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