12+ Wheaten/ Blue Wheaten Ameraucana Eggs!!!

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  1. WhiteMountainsRanch

    WhiteMountainsRanch Chillin' With My Peeps

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    12+ Wheaten & Blue Wheaten Ameraucana Eggs up for Auction!!!

    With broodies done and molting over, we are finally getting a TON of Ameraucana eggs again! Up for auction is 12 fresh eggs plus anything they lay between now and Monday morning, (Guaranteed at least 12). Every single egg I have cracked and checked has been fertile!

    These are pullet eggs, my pullets have been laying for almost 4 months now, some started later than others. Update: some eggs are almost full size now. I have been having great hatches with them all season long.

    I have one Wheaten cockerel and two Blue Wheaten cockerels over 4 Wheaten pullets and 4 Blue Wheaten pullets. The parent stock are from Luanne (cpartist on here) and Wayne Meredith lines, and one rooster from Jeans line. I have been blessed with six hatches so far from this pen and all have had over 95% hatchability. The babies I have hatched from this pen are gorgeous, and I know the babies from these eggs will be too.

    We feed our chickens only 100% Organic Feeds and Organic BOSS as well as fresh organic fruits and veggies from our garden. They also free range every evening and are very happy chickens.


    Lets meet the parents;
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    And here is a picture of their eggs and babies:
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    Our hatching eggs we send out are no more than three days old. They are turned three times a day and stored in a temperature controlled room to assure you the best possible hatch. Eggs are usually fairly clean, but may contain occasional soiling. I do not wash eggs but will brush of excess soiling if present. Eggs are wrapped individually in bubble wrap then nestled in pine shavings in large shipping box, clearly marked FRAGILE LIVE EMBRYOS, but I will gladly mark them any way you want. I've had very good success shipping this way. We have had an excellent hatch rate on our farm ourselves this year as well as with our shipped eggs.

    However, we cannot guarantee your hatch rate due to circumstances out of our control. Rough postal handling and incubator mishaps can cause perfectly fertile eggs to not develop or hatch. Purchasing shipped hatching eggs is a risk. Please be understanding and know this when purchasing hatching eggs.
When your eggs arrive carefully unwrap them and store them pointy end down at room temperature for 12 hours to help the air cell settle.

    We accept USPS money orders and paypal. Everyone has been pleased with the hatch rate they are getting from our eggs. We love our Ameraucanas and know you will too.


    We are currently in the process of becoming NPIP certified, but are not as of yet.

    The eggs to be shipped are all fresh from just the last few days and I will ship on Monday morning as soon as I receive payment. Our paypal is [email protected].

    We will ship to Hawaii, but instead of the $16 shipping charge it is $45, and they state it arrives in 2 days.

    Thank you and happy bidding!
     
  2. Mahonri

    Mahonri Urban Desert Chicken Enthusiast Premium Member

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    so tempting.... I'd get the hovabator out for these....
     
  3. WhiteMountainsRanch

    WhiteMountainsRanch Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Haha thank you! We've been very fortunate to live in San Diego, and therefore have nice weather and get lots of eggs! [​IMG]
     

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