HOW MUCH SHOULD I SELL MY PEACOCK EGGS FOR?

Discussion in 'Peafowl' started by Jordan-06, Apr 22, 2019.

  1. Jordan-06

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    HOW MUCH SHOULD I SELL MY PEACOCK EGGS FOR IN OHIO?
     
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  2. BarnhartChickens98

    BarnhartChickens98 Crowing

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    It depends, where are you located? Also, your thread title is "how long do ISA chickens lay eggs" :lol:
     
  3. Melky

    Melky Spring has sprung!

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    May need change in title and look local for pricing. ​
     
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  4. Jordan-06

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    sorry, I will change it! Thanks!
     
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  5. Jordan-06

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    How much should I sell them in OHIO?
     
  6. Are you going to sell them in Ohio or are you going to ship them? It makes a difference. Personally, we will not sell eggs and shipping will ruin the majority of them.
     
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  7. Midnightman14

    Midnightman14 Songster

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    Agreed, shipped eggs have a hatch rate of 15% at best typically. I never encourage going that route. If you're breeder it can ruin your reputation and if you're a buyer it can get discouraging and expensive.
     
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  8. Jordan-06

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    I want to sell them localy
     
  9. Kedreeva

    Kedreeva Longfeather Lane

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    If you're selling locally it depends on the color and pattern. I sell my eggs locally at $10 per, after I'm done setting what I want to set. That's probably too cheap, considering they're not blues, but it's better than eating them for breakfast, y'know?
     
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