Hey hey! I would love some of ya'lls expert advice :)


6 Years
Apr 29, 2013
Anchorage, Alaska
Hi everyone-I just came across this site! Anyone ship to ALASKA?
I'm looking for pheasant eggs but the issue is I live in Alaska. I have no idea where I could find them here! I hatched one like over ten years ago in an incubator at school, took it home & loved the **** out of it! I would love to do it again, with my little girls to experience it.
I am also looking for what would be the best incubator to buy & everything that goes with it! Yes, I'm aware google works well for research; hearing from an enthusiast who actually knows what they've been doing, is what I'd realt appreciate!
I don't know where to start-flipping through some of the threads was like reading a foreign language!

drumstick diva

Still crazy after all these years.
Premium Feather Member
12 Years
Aug 26, 2009
Out to pasture
Getting people to ship to you isn't the hard part - having them travel safely thru the postal department IS. The greater the distance - the more likely the eggs will be scrambled.

Even with the best of conditions - shipped eggs generally have a much lower success rate than locally bought. I wouldn't know if pheasant eggs are more fragile or not.You might want to post on the "Other Backyard Poultry " thread to see if any have eggs and would ship to Alaska.

As to incubators it seems each major brand is pretty evenly divided among love it - hate it. I don't mean to be so negative but, after you hear all the pros and cons, your head will be spinning, as mine is.

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