Originally Posted by Chickielady
I can ship you eggs up to April 1st...after that, the dept of AG is shutting down all incoming fowl & eggs into Florida, unless they are tested the day before shipment...that means if you guys in Florida want shipped eggs (or fowl) you will have to pay for a vet test, so the box has a form included from the day of shipment...I have mixed opinions on this & the best one is to shut up & move on cuz this ticks me off! Oh welllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Will you still be shipping them elsewhere? Where are you located?
As far as the flighty biels I can't comment on them BC I don't own any yet but they're on my want list. Now as far as other birds being flighty many of our pullets were flighty as chicks or got so just before point of lay and almost all of them of many breeds became much less flighty and much sweeter after starting to lay including our EE, wyandottes(though still not the friendliest), Isa browns, oegb, and our buff orps. Most noticeable are our orps, EE, and our oegb. Idk why they settle after starting to lay but I'm glad they do BC our EE were terribly flighty until they began laying now they're some of our friendliest birds.
Okay not to turn you guys off of MCD's sweet tea but my mother and I have both personally gotten tea there before only to find mold floating in our cups on more than one occasion. I no longer drink their sweet tea and usually skip the unsweetened as well my Mom does still drink it though. I have since heard many horror stories from people that I have known who've had similar experiences and one person who worked there legs just say ewww! Part of the reason I pass on their sweet tea although I love tea.
On a totally other note if you like lemonade last year Wendy's had a blackberry lemonade that was to die for hoping they come out with it again this year. You should all try it if it comes back its terrific!Edited by chickendreams24 - 3/9/16 at 3:32pm