6 SQ showgirl/silkie hatching eggs and 5 polyfoam

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  1. fowlrus

    fowlrus Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We are offerring the eggs to introduce the polyfoam for shipping eggs. Please check out this: https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=421735

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    will be sending the either the showgirl or silkie eggs depending on who lays. As for silkie, they will be from our 3 pen, B/B/S, Buff/Isabel/Porcelian and white, color range from white, buff, porcelain, splash, and Lanvender splits. They are all in the same pen, so you'll get all sort of wild colors. Showgirl are all in the same pen this time of the year, you'll be getting all sort of the colors from this pen as well.
    Winner will receive 5 polyfoam alone with the 6 eggs.
    Eggs will be pack and ship in polyfoam - our latest invention. This is reverlution way for packing and shipping eggs. If you see it, you'll appreciate how easy and painless the polyfoam can do for you, and the best part is - it save you time and money.
    We used to spend good 20 minutes with packing/wrapping stuff every where in the room, now it only takes 3 minutes. No longer need to keep all those paper & bouble wraps and God knows what else.
    Each polyfoam hols 6 eggs small to medium size, can be use for double stack for bantom eggs only.
    foam is 7 X 6 X 3.5(thick). two of them fits perfectly in 7X7x6 USPS shipping box. No more flate rate medium boxes, your saving on postage will pay for the foam it self. And if you ship with one foam, you are saving money on shipping for sure. The foam have space for eggs to breath, well protected and insulated. It does not leave any loose particles, very clean to handle and easy. We design it to fit into 7X7X6 box. But if you need to ship 24 eggs, 4 foam fit nicely in USPS 12X12X8 box, cost average about $12/$13 because it's so light weight.
    If you like the foam which eggs will be pack with, we are taking orders, they are $2 each plus shipping (parcel). For 10 piece it's around $5/6, $7/8 for 20 piece, shipping price also depending on your zip.
    Please PM me if you're interest in the foam. We are taking orders. Thanks for looking.
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  2. fowlrus

    fowlrus Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We will send 5 foam egg containers, one foam will be packed/filled with either silkie or showgirl eggs, this is a great chance to try the new foam, will put extra plugs in the box so the foam that's being used can be reused for any size egg you wish. For large eggs or bantam eggs. You cut the plug to the size of eggs that you want, the plug will do the job to hold them. There's empty space between the eggs to protect them from bouncing on to each other, very safe and easy, the insulation part is an add-on protection for the eggs also.
    Please give it a try, you owe it to yourself [​IMG], especially the newcomers that start to join the hatching egg venture, forget about all that wrapping, taping, cutting, fitting work. These are for all the experts that have already figured out the precise spacing and balancing/strategy of the egg transaction. Me, I like the no-brainier way, the easier the better, with this, you're carefree, just cut the plug to the size you want, lay your eggs in and plug back up. That's it, you are done!!!![​IMG]
    [​IMG] You KNOW those eggs are WELL PROTECTED. unless PO drops them (not even that-the yolk sack will stand a much better chance with this method than any other wrapping we have tested).
    PS: If you pack your egg all in one direction, you can pack the foam in stand upward position in box, the air sack is on top which protects the air sack from erupting/breaking.
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    Please feel free to PM me for any questions. Thanks for looking.
     

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