1 dozen+Guinea hatching eggs (Pearl, Lavendar & pied running together)

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    bargain Love God, Hubby & farm Premium Member

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    We have hatched all the guinea eggs we need for now.

    Our guineas presently run together. They are pearl, lavendar and pied ....all running together so you could get some really pretty colors.

    We are constantly in and out of their nesting and eggs are collected twice daily. All eggs are very fresh.

    We are selling guinea eggs for $11 a dozen. For one dozen eggs, the price of shipping will be $15. One Dozen+ means you will get any extra eggs not part of another order the day of shipping.

    We ship eggs in the same way we would like to receive them. We bubble wrap each egg separately, putting in a regular box (not an egg carton) which is then cushioned and set in a larger box. Our mailing costs can often be higher than the prepaid boxes with the egg carton inside it, but we find that they arrive in better shape, so it's well worth the extra time, packing materials and shipping costs. Occasionally with a large order, we will use an even larger outside box. We also drive all our boxes to the post office, although it's wear and tear on the car, gasoline and waiting in line. It's worth it to us to keep your eggs off the unpaved roads that the postal worker would have to drive on his/her route. Even as carefully as we ship, we cannot guarantee that there will be no breakage in transit. We do not guarantee the percentage of your hatch as the incubators temperature and humidity are very variable. We do offer to purchase USPS insurance but it will be at an additional price. We ship priority mail with confirmation delivery unless you wish different USPS shipping. We will provide assistance to you during the hatch and help in every way possible to have the best hatch possible.

    For this listing we can only accept paypal, no e checks as this delays shipping.

    We are a chemical free farm and farm full-time. We feed our animals with the best feed, sprouted grains, fresh grasses, treats from the garden and loving care.

    Please check out our feedback.
    http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=pcz6aC_klXJDTE8H01hR-RA

    We also have feedback in the new system as you'll see above. Sorry about no photos, they were on the computer that crashed and I'll try to get some more posted later this week.

    For more about how we farm and treat our animals see our website, http://thegarryfarm.webs.com/ or our facebook The Garry Farm
    or blog http://thegarryfarm.blogspot/

    Please
    pm me with questions or post here. Thanks and have a blessed day. Nancy
     
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    bargain Love God, Hubby & farm Premium Member

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    Many of you have asked exactly how we ship eggs. Here's what we have developed at the Garry Farm after 5 years of shipping eggs!

    https://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=8875

    It's worth the extra time, materials, gas/wear/tear on our old cars, to give these eggs the best chance we know how to become eggs. I take a long time to wrap these eggs and then package them every so carefully. I think of the distance they will travel and pray for their travelling safety and for the household that will receive them.

    Feel free to copy our system and make it yours, but if you list any pictures or our description of how it's wrapped, please do give credit to The Garry Farm.

    Thanks and have a blessed Day! Nancy
     

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