6+ wonderfull Crested Peking duck eggs

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Country Living Farm, Sep 30, 2009.

  1. Country Living Farm

    Country Living Farm Songster

    Apr 18, 2009
    Hatching Pekin Duck eggs

    Up for auction is 6 plus extra if available hatching pekin duck eggs. I have two drakes with 8 gilrs so fertility is pretty good. Only a few of the girls are laying so the layers are seeing regular action..... All of my Pekins have the crested gene. One of the drakes is crested so you should have a good shot at getting crested chicks but I can not make that guarantee. I currently have 12 in the bator now and all but 2 are developing. One has a blood ring and one nothing. so 11 out of 12 is not bad. Again, I can not guarantee your hatch rate as due to too many circumstances that are out of my controll. What I can tell you is you will get 6+ eggs nicely wrapped and shipped to you. I have never had a broken eggs yet. I just started listing on ebay for eggs. Most of the time, I list on another site.

    I will ship USPS priority mail. Shipping is a flat rate of 12.00 to cover the necessary supplies to wrap and ship your eggs. I only ship within the 48 US States. I am not making money on shipping like others. I simply charge for the shipping, and enough to cover gas to the post office and material.

    Remember, shipping eggs is riskey, but I do take pride in my packaging. The box will also be marked fragile hatching eggs. Also, once the eggs leave me I can not guarantee your hatch rate or fertility rate when it gets to you. There are just to many things that can happen during the shipping such as bumping, knocking, dropping, heat, or mishandling of the package (by the Post Office employees), the possibility of having the package X-rayed, which they sometimes randomly conduct, or mishaps with your incubator that you use.

    I only ask, that feedback left reflects my packaging service and shipping time, not the hatch rate. Once feedback is left for me, I will leave feedback as well. I just want to make sure you get them safely. Also, these are duck eggs and duck eggs are dirty when collected. I do not wash them at all. I will brush them off and clean them up but I do not wash them.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
  2. BeccaOH

    BeccaOH Morning Gem Farm

    Oct 3, 2008
    east central Ohio
    Wow, I like how your pictures change. How did you do that?
  3. Country Living Farm

    Country Living Farm Songster

    Apr 18, 2009
    To be honest, I am not sure. I am trying to figure it out. The problem is, the is no place to put your bid.
  4. shelleyd2008

    shelleyd2008 the bird is the word

    Sep 14, 2008
    Adair Co., KY
    I noticed that! Plus these birds are alive, peking duck should be on a plate [​IMG]

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