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Duck Hatching Eggs- NPIP

Discussion in 'Other Poultry - Birds & Hatching Eggs' started by learycow, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. learycow

    learycow Crowing

    Apr 1, 2011
    Southern Maine
    I have duck hatching eggs for sale. If you are looking for a variety, then try a dozen of these!

    The breeds I have are all pure bred, some from well known hatcheries, some from local breeders, and some I've bred myself. I have not yet shown any but plan to this year as I feel they will do very well.
    I have Blue crested swedish, welsh harlequin (gold and silver), khaki campbell, pekin (regular and jumbo), cayuga, fawn and white runner. I also have a muscovy trio.
    The ducks were each raised separated by their breed, but are currently free-ranging together ( I hope to have them separated by breed in May). Even though each breeds has it's own they hang out with, there is a chance you will get a mixed duckling or two. I just hatched 16 and got 2 mixed ducklings.
    These eggs are $16 per dozen plus a flat shipping rate of $20, so a total of $36 per dozen if shipped. I do include extras as I also like to receive extras when I buy!

    My whole flock is NPIP certified.

    I am also selling PURE ANCONA eggs, black and white, for $20 per dozen ($40 per dozen shipped).

    I have tested the fertility and these eggs are GREAT! I just had a woman email me last week to tell me EVERY SINGLE EGG is developing, and she bought 30 eggs from me! I also have 30 eggs in my incubator that are growing and developing strong.

    Feel free to PM me with any questions!
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2012

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