20+ Ancona Hatching Eggs- READY NOW!

Discussion in 'Other Poultry - Birds & Hatching Eggs' started by learycow, Apr 4, 2012.

  1. learycow

    learycow Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have about 22 pure Ancona eggs collected. The buyer backed out (they were supposed to be picked up last night). I don't have room in my incubator and don't want them to go to waste!
    I will mail them to the first person who pays! They will be safely packed to ship and mail anywhere. $20 for 22 eggs, $20 flat shipping rate for a total of $40 for at least 22 eggs (there may be an extra or two as I sometimes have a few hens that lay shorty before noon. I will check before I mail them. )
    Flock is NPIP certified, all my Anconas are black and white.
     
  2. TheDuckLady

    TheDuckLady Out Of The Brooder

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    I wish, I wish, I wish I could buy these from you. I'm trying to get rid of about 16 dozen mixed eggs myself though. Ancona are my favorite!!! I love them so very much! Good luck!
     
  3. learycow

    learycow Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Sure you don't want them?!!! These are pure, no mixes in this batch! And I am going to send more than I listed. I am getting tons daily and dont want too many to go to waste. But I will only send fresh ones, none older than 3 days.
     
  4. TheDuckLady

    TheDuckLady Out Of The Brooder

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    I spent all my "duck money" on 21 dozen at an auction last week, (when I HAD 4 working incubators) so i'm duck-buying-broke till next month. BTW, I know some people say the freshest eggs are best, but duck eggs should stay "hatchable" for about 2-3 weeks (and sometimes even more depending on the type ((Muscovy or mallard type))). Consider that ducks tend to lay 1 egg/day, and usually have from 14-28 eggs in a single clutch before they set on them. I have even hatched a couple that were in the nest for a month when mommy duck decided not to set. This being so, you may consider selling a couple "late" batches of eggs to people willing to buy. I know I prefer my eggs to set a week or so before sticking them in the incubator; shipped or not. Anyhow, if I do sell the rest of these eggs off, since I now only have 2 incubators working instead of 4, Ill let you know... i'd LOVE LOVE LOVE to buy some from you!!!
     

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