Black/Blue/Splash Copper Marans Hatching Eggs

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by Runawaylobster, Jan 7, 2014.

  1. Runawaylobster

    Runawaylobster Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Blue Copper Marans Rooster over Blue Copper and Black Copper Hens .
    Price is $15.00 per half dozen with shipping and handling at cost. right now I have the following birds available two crested cream legbar chicks - female $15.00 each several young cockerels, lavender orpingtons, blue wheaten ameraucana and black copper marans $3 each several 10 month old laying hens - white leghorn and marans. $25.00 each I will ship Eggs but not chicks so you will need to pick them up from zip code 33031. shipping means US Lower 48 and Alaska.
     
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  2. sccc466

    sccc466 Out Of The Brooder

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    Thailand is ok with you? I need some eggs urgently for my new farm :)
     
  3. sccc466

    sccc466 Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi please help. Sent you a pm :(
     
  4. Runawaylobster

    Runawaylobster Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I saw the pm and replied. I am sorry but i have to decline shipping outside the US.
     
  5. alaskanchicken

    alaskanchicken Out Of The Brooder

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    How about Alaska?
     
  6. Runawaylobster

    Runawaylobster Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Alaska is good, i will add it to the post. [​IMG]
     
  7. cockoftherock

    cockoftherock Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Thilands probably closer lol. what is ur packaging method. what is your hatch rate what state are they shipped from. and do you know ave shipping for 6?
     
  8. Runawaylobster

    Runawaylobster Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I wrap them individually in bubble wrap, then pack into a larger box with stuffing, usually shredded newspaper. If just 6 then i double box them. I can double box up to about 12 eggs.

    I can tell you that i am getting a hatch rate of about 80% here. I use a Sportsman 1502. The usual caveats apply to shipped eggs though.

    I would be shipping them from South Florida. I don't know the cost exactly because it varies but i just shipped a box of 32 to washington state and that was $21.00 i am guessing that is a worst case scenario. For eggs to closer areas i pay about $15.
     
  9. cockoftherock

    cockoftherock Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Im new so do you have to be a member to advertize on here?how.long have you sold here. Is there a rating good/bad on past sales. lastly do you sell other breeds or just the one listed? Thank you for your attention
     
  10. Runawaylobster

    Runawaylobster Chillin' With My Peeps

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    i'm sorry i did answer this but i must have not clicked on post... and then just carried on with my day thinking it was done, my apologies.

    I didn't check the exact rules but i have been on here for a while with quite a few posts so i figured it is OK to advertize.

    so in answer to your question, I sell chicks mostly, and locally. I swap eggs with certain people on BYC for particular projects we are working and have donated
    eggs from time to time, so i don't have a rating yet.

    I have some upcoming breeds that are laying pullet eggs right now and i will be offering the hatching eggs when they get up to speed.

    Lavender Orpingtons
    Crested Cream Legbars
    Blue Wheaten Ameraucana
    Black Tailed Buff Marans (these are experimental so I am not offering them yet)
    Olive Eggers (CCL or Ameraucana roo over Marans Hens)
    SBELS (Ameraucana Roo over White Leghorn) - right now i am not sure if these will be limited to local sales because i don't want to compete with some other folks on here.
     

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