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Bantam Egg Cartons?

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Hello,
We sell our eggs and this year we got a lot of banties, polish and smaller chickens that will lay smaller eggs.
Is there such thing as bantam egg cartons or smaller egg cartons that will fit bantam and polish sized eggs? And, if so, where can you get them? I know quail egg cartons exsist but I don't know if they would fit bantam eggs...

Any help is appreciated!

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Have you seen the egg shipping foam.  I got some quail eggs in it.  Very nice.  If I get into shipping more I will get some.  They have it in like 3 sizes.  Not too bad of a price.  Just search for egg shipping foam.  A couple of different sites come up.

Cowgirl, and Moma of 2 girls.  The farm consist of 2 BIG tennesse walking horses, 2 mini donkeys, 6 boer goats, and a mini lop bunny (whom think she is a dog).  Polish, standard cochins, silkies to name a few.  Lady amhersert pheasants, and 2 pair of peafowl.  Oh and of course I cannot forget wife to a good old boy.
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Cowgirl, and Moma of 2 girls.  The farm consist of 2 BIG tennesse walking horses, 2 mini donkeys, 6 boer goats, and a mini lop bunny (whom think she is a dog).  Polish, standard cochins, silkies to name a few.  Lady amhersert pheasants, and 2 pair of peafowl.  Oh and of course I cannot forget wife to a good old boy.
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Thanks, Kycowgirlchick!
When I said selling eggs I meant for eating (I assumed you thought I mean selling firtal eggs for incubation), sorry for the confusion! But I could see how those could work for selling eggs for eating, too... hmmm...
Thanks again for your help!

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Oh ok.  Do you live close to a little store that has a restaurant in it.  Ask them to save you some eggs cartons.  You can also buy them online.  Everything is available online. caf

Cowgirl, and Moma of 2 girls.  The farm consist of 2 BIG tennesse walking horses, 2 mini donkeys, 6 boer goats, and a mini lop bunny (whom think she is a dog).  Polish, standard cochins, silkies to name a few.  Lady amhersert pheasants, and 2 pair of peafowl.  Oh and of course I cannot forget wife to a good old boy.
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Cowgirl, and Moma of 2 girls.  The farm consist of 2 BIG tennesse walking horses, 2 mini donkeys, 6 boer goats, and a mini lop bunny (whom think she is a dog).  Polish, standard cochins, silkies to name a few.  Lady amhersert pheasants, and 2 pair of peafowl.  Oh and of course I cannot forget wife to a good old boy.
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Originally Posted by kycowgirlchick 

Oh ok.  Do you live close to a little store that has a restaurant in it.  Ask them to save you some eggs cartons.  You can also buy them online.  Everything is available online. caf


Okay, thanks! We have a lot of egg cartons, I'm just worried that the banty eggs might wobble around and break in a normal sized egg carton but maybe we could put something in it to stop it from wobbling. wink
Thanks for your help!

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this store sells quail egg cartons www.randallburkey.com/Quail-Egg-Cartons/products/289/ I'm not sure if bantam eggs are bigger than quail eggs though...

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~*~Georgia~*~
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Originally Posted by georgialee 

this store sells quail egg cartons www.randallburkey.com/Quail-Egg-Cartons/products/289/ I'm not sure if bantam eggs are bigger than quail eggs though...


Thanks for the link! I'm pretty sure bantam eggs are a bit bigger then quail eggs, at least the quail eggs I've seen, but maybe quail eggs come in different sizes (big quail eggs, small quail eggs??). Thanks!

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EggCartons.com now has egg cartons specifically designed for bantam eggs.

 

http://www.eggcartons.com/Bantam-Egg-Cartons-Blank-p/fhpbl-34b.htm

 

Hope this helps!

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