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PLEASE NOTE: I have TWO orders of 12+ hatching eggs - the last 2 bids each win one order, UNLESS winning bidder would like both orders. If winner wants both orders, total price will be reduced by $10.00.
Bidding will start at: $30.00
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Shipping will be via U.S.P.S. Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation at a cost of $15.00.
Auction ends at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time on Tuesday, April 10. Eggs to ship Wednesday, April 11.
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Description: I have hatching eggs ready to ship - neither of my next two folks on my list is quite ready, and I hate to pitch these eggs! My male is a blue, and has won BV at an APA show. I have four black females, a blue, and a splash (the blue and splash are both Maria Hall line, the others are a mix of several proven winning lines, and are all out of class champions). One of my black females won BV, BB, and Reserve Champion American at a large APA show last fall.
I guarantee that I will do all I can to get these eggs shipped out safely, but cannot guarantee anything further once they leave my farm. Hatchability has been great here on the farm, and I check eggs weekly and have not seen one that wasn't fertile, so you should do really well! I recently heard back from a BYC-er who I shipped 9 eggs to - he indicated that 8 were developing, and he wasn't completely sure the 9th wasn't, so they are shipping really well!
You will not be disappointed with these birds; if you have gotten stock from me before this year, they are from birds that I no longer have. I sold off my entire flock & basically started fresh with this line - I am so very pleased with them, and feel honored to have them on my farm. I will continue breeding this line, culling heavily, and working toward the SOP, always!
Let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for looking! (I do not have a ton of pictures of my birds, as I lost my digital camera recently - I actually just got a new one, and am waiting for the memory card to arrive; then I'll be able to get updated pictures of my stock.)
Pictures - these were taken of my current stock at 19-20 weeks:
Some of the hens make excellent broodies - gentle, no hysterics, no pecking when you check eggs (at least in my experience!):
Super friendly babies!!