Hatching Eggs!!!: 40+ Breeds to choose from: Starting at $3/each

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by Papa Brooder, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. Papa Brooder

    Papa Brooder Chillin' With My Peeps

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    THIS AD IS CURRENT. IT WAS STARTED IN 2013 BUT IS UPDATED FREQUENTLY!! We will start shipping hatching eggs again after New Years 2016.

    general breeds available: UPDATED

    ORPINGTONS: Black pullets, Black straight run, Blue Cuckoo, Blue pullets, Blue Silver Laced, Blue straight run, Blue Jubilee, Blue Mottled, Black Mottled, Buff pullet, Buff straight run, Buff Cuckoo Columbian, Buff Columbian/Columbian, Chocolate pullet, Chocolate straight run, Chocolate cuckoo, Cuckoo, Gold laced, Jubilee, Lavender pullet, Lavender straight run, Lavender Cuckoo, Lavender Mottled, Lemon Cuckoo, Partridge, Red, Red Columbian, Red Cuckoo, Silver Laced, Spangled/Mottled, White.
    AUTO-SEXING BREEDS: Bielefelders, Crested Cream Legbars, Golden Cuckoo Marans, Olive Eggers, Rhodebars
    MARANS: Blue Copper, Black Copper, Golden Cuckoo, lavender, Splash Copper
    SUSSEX: Light and Speckled
    EASTER EGGERS: frizzled and smooth
    OLIVE EGGERS
    WYANDOTTES: blue, black, and splash laced red wyandottes
    BANTAMS: silkies and sizzles, frizzled and smooth
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    MOST RECENT UPDATE OF WHAT'S LAYING AND CONFIRMED FERTILE: (as of 4/30/16)
    This is what I have laying that is fertile and I am actively starting to hatch from these pens:
    ORPINGTONS: Blue Cuckoo, Blue Jubilee, Blue Mottled, Black Mottled, Chocolate straight run, Chocolate Cuckoo, Cuckoo, Gold laced, Jubilee, Lavender straight run, Lavender and Black Sex linked pen, Lavender Cuckoo, Lavender Mottled, Lemon Cuckoo, Red, Red Columbian, Splash Mottled, Spangled/Mottled.
    AUTO-SEXING BREEDS: Bielefelders, Crested Cream Legbars, Golden Cuckoo Marans, Rhodebars, Olive Eggers
    MARANS: Blue Copper, Black Copper, Golden Cuckoo, Splash Copper, Lavender project
    POLISH: Buff Laced, Tolbunt
    EASTER EGGERS: frizzled and smooth
    OLIVE EGGERS
    WYANDOTTES: blue, black, and splash laced red wyandottes
    BANTAMS: silkies and sizzles, frizzled and smooth
    TOLBUNT POLISH/JUBILEE

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    Send a PM to take the next step.

    Feel free to mix and match or order just one breed. I will only send eggs that have been lay in the prior 4 days (maybe 5 days on the low egg max breeds). All prices are below and more pictures can be found through the links in my profile page. Some breeds will have a low maximum based on how many layers I have laying at any given time. I will gradually try to update this page regarding availability if I get backed up on orders. I do offer chicks and juveniles for sale as well. PM for more information OR visit links in my signature for more information.



    Overall price list:
    Crested Cream Legbars: $4/egg, max 24 eggs
    Rhodebars: $4/egg, max 20 eggs
    Golden Cuckoo Marans: $4/egg, max 16 eggs
    Autosexing Olive Eggers: $4/egg, max 14 eggs
    Lemon Cuckoo Orpingtons: $5/egg, max 12 eggs
    BBS English Orpingtons: $4/egg, max 18 eggs:
    Lavender Orpingtons: $4/egg, max 12 eggs
    BBS laced red Wyandottes: $3/egg, max 12 eggs:
    French BBS Copper Marans: $4/egg, max 12 eggs
    Lavender Marans (project): $7/egg, max 12 eggs
    Chocolate Orpingtons: $4/egg, max 12 eggs
    FUN bantam pen(mix of colors): $3/egg, max 12 eggs (silkies, sizzles- frizzled and smooth, and frilkies from this pen)
    White Silkies: $3/egg. max 6 eggs
    Blue Silkies: $3/egg, max 12 egg
    Cuckoo/Blue/Black Silkies: $3/egg. max 10 eggs SOLD OUT
    Buff Silkies/sizzle combo pen: $3/egg. max 4 eggs
    Easter Egger: $3/egg, max 24 eggs
    Jubilee Orpingtons: $8/egg, max 10 eggs
    Gold Laced Orpingtons: $8/egg, max 12 eggs
    Gold/Blue Partridge Brahmas: $5/egg, max 8 eggs
    White Orpingtons (Fancy Chick): $4/egg, max 10 eggs
    Buff Laced Polish: $4/egg, max 12 eggs
    Cuckoo/Blue Cuckoo Orpington: $4/egg, max 16 egg




    As a general rule I will include free extras: AT LEAST 1 egg for every 6 eggs ordered so 6=7 eggs, 12= 14 eggs, so keep that in mind when you are choosing your numbers of eggs. But I try to send more extras than listed above.

    I prefer shipping monday-wednesday and saturday but am willing to ship on other days at your request.

    Shipping costs will be as follows:
    up to 10 eggs: $14
    up to 20 eggs: $20
    up to 40 eggs: $25
    up to 60 eggs: $40


    Payment is via PayPal in order to secure your shipping date. They will ship Expedited Shipping (USPS Priority Mail). I bubble wrap each individual egg. These eggs will have been laid in the 4 days prior.

    We cannot guarantee hatch rate or the handling of the USPS. The buyer will accept the risk of buying shipped eggs. You are guaranteed to receive well packaged, in tact eggs but no other offers to refund/replace purchases for conditions outside of our control.

    MORE INFORMATION AT www.papaspoultry.com OR www.facebook.com/papaspoultry
     
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  2. StacyTN

    StacyTN Chillin' With My Peeps

    What breed is image 4493? Thanks
     
  3. cluckcluckluke

    cluckcluckluke Overrun With Chickens

    It's a Salmon Faverolle. They are a great bird.
     
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  4. Papa Brooder

    Papa Brooder Chillin' With My Peeps

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  5. StacyTN

    StacyTN Chillin' With My Peeps

    Thank you. I love the look and hearing they are docile, winter layers etc. makes them more tempting. Maybe in the future I can afford some eggs or maybe a couple young ones.[​IMG]
     
  6. Tanichca

    Tanichca Sparkle Magnet

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    What's a frilkie?
     
  7. Papa Brooder

    Papa Brooder Chillin' With My Peeps

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    A frizzled silkie :)
     
  8. dretd

    dretd Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi Papa Brooder,

    I was wondering what your opinion of the Swedish Flower Hen and Cream Legbars are with regard to their disposition? How are your roosters of each breed--friendly, aloof, easy, hard to handle etc. I am interested in adding some different varieties in to my flock and I've been curious about these two breeds before they were available in the US! My daughter's fav is her Faverolles. Are they at all similar to them personality-wise or can you comare them to another standard breed?

    I am also wanting to use a broody, but am not sure when one will decide to set her eggs. Is it possible to give you a general time frame (like June) and then get a specific week when they make up their minds to participate?! Thanks for your help!
     
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  9. Papa Brooder

    Papa Brooder Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I love both breeds. You just can't beat the autosexing of the cream legbars AND blue eggs. They have good feed/egg conversion ratio. They are a medium sized bird so a bit small to eat the extra roos, although I have eaten a few of ours. :) They are quite curious and I find them easy to handle and they are simply beautiful. If you check my profile and go to my facebook page, you can see a new picture I just put up of one of my roos.

    SFHs are also amazing. my favorite thing about them is the variety of colors you can get in one flock making it easy to "name" and enjoy them as unique individuals within a flock. They have been excellent layers for me and extra roos are certainly big enough to make the dinner table if so desired. I can't say enough about how much I enjoy the variety in this flock. again, I don't have any trouble handling them. I really have mostly only raised heritage and rare breeds so harder for me to compare except to what I have. I just have a pair of faverolles so they seem mellow but haven't had a flock of them to really enjoy like my legbars and SFHs.

    As far as sending the eggs... yes general time frame does work as long as the hens on this end are cooperating as well. :) There are a lot of variables but if you are willing to pay for the eggs then I will put on you the calendar and we can work out fine details as broodies permit. And then I will keep that in mind as orders start to come in. My preference is to pick a specific date so I can put it on the calendar and plan accordingly as I get other requests. Of course, we can move it around based on broodies. :)
     
  10. dretd

    dretd Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Papa Brooder,
    I forgot to ask you what size on average (in grams if possible) the CL and the SFH lay? The SFH are reportedly good winter layers, have you found this to be the case?
     
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