Highest Quality Coturnix Quail Eggs-->Taking Spring orders

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Whitehouse Quail, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. Whitehouse Quail

    Whitehouse Quail Songster

    Jul 1, 2009
    Now taking Spring orders for Coturnix quail eggs!

    I have had numerous happy hatches with a lot of members on this board, some more than 2,500 miles away! I am preparing for the egg season starting in March. (Prices are below pictures)

    All my breeding pens are color seperated, so you won't be getting weird cross-mutated colors. (Except we are developing a strain of red/english whites to create a tuxedo, which is still a pure color)

    We currently have pens of:

    Rosetta Tuxedo
    British Range Tibetan
    Some British Range Rosetta
    English Whites
    Red Tuxedos
    Maybe (?) some Fawns
    Standard Tuxedo
    Rosetta Tuxedo
    And sometimes more, depending on availability.

    We guarantee our eggs will give you a great hatch rate... if you are not satisfied, we will either refund your money or send you more eggs free of charge. (Though depending on the situation, you may need to pay the shipping.)

    All eggs are shipped via USPS Priority Mail, or Express mail for a higher rate. Shipping for under 75 is a flat $7, for over it is $15.00.

    We also make sure you get a good hatch rate by including 50% more to your order. For example, if you order 25 eggs, you get 38-40.

    We can say we are one of the best breeders in the US because of a few things:
    Quote:Here are some photos of our quail

    [​IMG] Manchurian Hen
    [​IMG] Chicks
    [​IMG] Chicks
    [​IMG] Chicks
    [​IMG] Chicks
    [​IMG] Manchurian Hen
    [​IMG] Eggs
    [​IMG] Tuxedo
    [​IMG] Pharaoh
    [​IMG] Pharaoh
    [​IMG] Pharaoh
    [​IMG] Manchurians and Tibetans
    [​IMG] Manchurians and Tibetans

    For more pictures, visit our site: whitehousequail.com

    Thanks for your interest!

    Our price list: (Contact us for a downloadable copy) (Prices are for the full order, NOT per egg)

    15++ Hatching Eggs

    25++ Hatching Eggs

    50++ Hatching Eggs

    15++ Hatching Eggs Heat Treated*

    25++ Hatching Eggs Heat Treated *

    50++ Hatching Eggs Heat Treated*

    *Heat Treated Eggs are eggs that have been 'heat treated', or put through a special process to further increase hatch-ability by advancing the embryo to a certain stage, then quickly cooled down to below room temperature to capture the embryo in that stage of development, so that when it is shipped, the more mature embryo is more able to grow because it is more hardy than it' counterparts.

    For more eggs, please contact us for pricing.

    We also have live birds available, please check our site for more info.

    In each order, we include information on flock biosecurity, so expect a small packet with USDA, APHIS and my own publications on care, and how to combat disease in your flock! [​IMG]
    **NPIP note: We are not NPIP tested. We don't believe that this system benefits gamebirds because they take so much time to test, and once you test, you can only guarantee they are disease free for the next 24 hours. Please contact us if you have any questions why we do so. We do keep our birds clean and healthy, so when we do routine tests for pullorum on our own, we know they will be negative. If you want to see these tests, please ask!**

    Fertility note: We have weekly fertility checks on all breeding pens. Please contact us if you want a log included with your order.

  2. yotetrapper

    yotetrapper Songster

    May 3, 2007
    North Central MS
    Are these prices for a mixture of varieties, or all one kind, or? I would like to place an order.
  3. countrygirl911

    countrygirl911 Songster

    Jun 17, 2010
    i would like to place an order when do i need to pay and when you send them are they all one type of breed or diferent breed kinds
  4. Whitehouse Quail

    Whitehouse Quail Songster

    Jul 1, 2009
    Quote:Sorry, didn't see you rpost. PMed ya!
  5. Whitehouse Quail

    Whitehouse Quail Songster

    Jul 1, 2009
    Quote:You can pay now or later, but if you pay now I will be able to pinpoint the date of shipment more easily. When I ship they will be all the varieties of Coturnix... which I listed above. As of right now I don't have any Norhtern Bobwhite or CBBQ. (For now... [​IMG] )
  6. countrygirl911

    countrygirl911 Songster

    Jun 17, 2010
    when do they usually start to lay would love to hatch some in march and april
  7. Whitehouse Quail

    Whitehouse Quail Songster

    Jul 1, 2009
    Quote:They lay in aboutt 8-10 weeks. [​IMG]
  8. ylan70036

    ylan70036 Hatching

    Feb 21, 2011
    hi im new here the only question is what are the two dollars for cause i lokking for buy some eggs and it may be a stupid question but dont know what item your selling
  9. Whitehouse Quail

    Whitehouse Quail Songster

    Jul 1, 2009
    Quote:That is just the price I am asking for the lowest amount of eggs... the price table is above. [​IMG]

    ETA [​IMG]
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  10. Lund Poultry

    Lund Poultry Songster

    Apr 2, 2010
    Brooklyn, WI
    Andrew, this is Terry Lund in Wisconsin.

    ((All personal issues regarding transactions should be taken to PM, please))
    Last edited by a moderator: Feb 23, 2011

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