Coronation Sussex Chicks (13.00 Each) NPIP

Discussion in 'Chicks 1 Day to 8 Weeks Old' started by RoosterCogburn7, Mar 22, 2017.

  1. RoosterCogburn7

    RoosterCogburn7 Chicken Atlas Farm NPIP 74-4231 Premium Member

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    These are special pre-order only. There is an 8 chick minimum. Orders will be sent in the order they are received. The chicks are 13.00 each plus 45.00 to ship. There are very rare and hard to find in the United States. These were originally meant for the Coronation of King Edward who abdicated to King George, and were then used for his Coronation. Beautiful and rare.
     
  2. WhiteCloverFarm

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    Can you ship to CT?
     
  3. RoosterCogburn7

    RoosterCogburn7 Chicken Atlas Farm NPIP 74-4231 Premium Member

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    From what I understand of CT law, having read over it, the hatching eggs or baby chicks must come from a Typhoid Pollorium free stock. In order to get my NPIP license, Texas AMU comes and performs that test every year, and then I am inspected by the Texas Animal/Health Inspector, which has all been done and complied with for the year. So, it looks like we are good by law. PM me about how many chicks you are looking to purchase on a hatch. Thanks.
     
  4. RoosterCogburn7

    RoosterCogburn7 Chicken Atlas Farm NPIP 74-4231 Premium Member

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    RoosterCogburn7 Chicken Atlas Farm NPIP 74-4231 Premium Member

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    Bump.
     
  6. Prairie Fleur

    Prairie Fleur Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Do you currently have chicks ready to ship or do they have to be preordered?
     
  7. RoosterCogburn7

    RoosterCogburn7 Chicken Atlas Farm NPIP 74-4231 Premium Member

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    We pre-order live chicks. Hatching eggs are easier to do. I just raised a nice little flock of pullets, that I integrated with the flock. So, I know their fertility rate is great. How many were you looking to get.
     
  8. Prairie Fleur

    Prairie Fleur Chillin' With My Peeps

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    From all the CS eggs I got last year only one hen survived. I'd like a dozen + eggs. Where are you from? Seems like shipping from some places works better for me than others.
     
  9. RoosterCogburn7

    RoosterCogburn7 Chicken Atlas Farm NPIP 74-4231 Premium Member

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    Texas. I have had good luck with hatching eggs. I bubble wrap them individually, bubble wrap the top and bottom of the box and add packing peanuts to be on the safe side. Reported hatch rates on my eggs if properly incubated get good results as I keep extra roosters. I have never gotten a bad report on fertility. Also, I keep hatching eggs in a wine cooler to keep the embryos stable without being exposed the outside humidity and don't keep them past a 10 day mark, as the embryos tend to be less viable at day 10. We are NPIP and TP Clean with a State of Texas Health inspection as well. I can't get AI done out here if your state requires it, simply because I cannot find a willing veterinarian to do it. Texas AMU comes out every year and tests all the birds for TP. Eggs are 15.00 to ship. Our paypal is [email protected]. It is also our e-mail address.
     
  10. Prairie Fleur

    Prairie Fleur Chillin' With My Peeps

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    With hatching eggs I've never had a problem with the NPIP requirements. Shipped chicks it's required but not for the eggs. What do you charge for a dozen eggs?
     

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