Barn yard Bird Fertile egg Mix

Discussion in 'Other Poultry - Birds & Hatching Eggs' started by NicoleRook, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. NicoleRook

    NicoleRook Out Of The Brooder

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    Looking for about 6 eggs to do a hatching project with my kids. Mix will include turkey, duck and maybe a chicken or two. I will be staggering their hatch and they will be kept as pets.

    I don't have alot of money but will pay fair price. Thanks.
     
  2. learycow

    learycow Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have welsh harlequin duck eggs for $15 per dozen right now.
    I can throw in some chicken eggs, 2 for $1 if interested.

    Shipping will depend on your location
     
  3. NicoleRook

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    I actually don't need a full dozen, only want to have 6-8 eggs in bator....Would you be able to do a smaller amount. Maybe mix it up with the duck breeds. I'm a back yard keeper. :)

    My zip code is 08015
     
  4. learycow

    learycow Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Ok, shipping is $15. I only have welsh that are laying right now so those will be the only duck eggs I can send.

    I could certainly do a smaller amount. I can do 8 eggs for $10 if that works for you
     
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  5. jakal92

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    If you are not in a hurry I will have some extra eggs when the weather warms up.
    I have chickens, 7 duck breeds including Muscovy, turkey, guinea, etc.
    So you could put them all in together and get hatches from 21-28-30+ days later.
    Since they are for educational purposes I will only charge the cost of shipping,
    about $12 for Priority Mail 2 day shipping.
     
  6. NicoleRook

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    you are awesome, thank you. Do you think you'd have them end of March?
     
  7. jakal92

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    Hopefully by then, last year we had too many by the beginning of April, and it was a late spring
     
  8. NicoleRook

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    just figured I'd follow up and make sure we are still good for end of March. Thanks
     

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