This listing is NOT an auction, and the price includes shipping! Please just PM if you are interested. I have a mixed dozen (plus extras!) of eggs from these two projects available! The eggs will be bubble wrapped individually and shipped well-padded in a styrofoam-insulated double box. As per usual with hatching eggs, I can't be responsible for actions of the post office or variations in incubation technique, so only fertility is guaranteed, not hatch rate. For the silkied project: More information on this project can be found in this thread. First, for some genetics information: 1. The hookless gene that gives the fluffy or silked feathers is a simple recessive trait, and my original flock (see note!) were two pairs of splits (F1s). 2. Breeding F1 to F1 results in the following genetic probability for each chick: 25% chance of being silkied, 50% chance of being a smooth-feathered split, and 25% chance of being a normal smooth-feathered Ameraucana. 3. You CANNOT tell by any means other than test mating which of the smooth-feathered chicks are splits and which are normal Ameraucanas from an F1 x F1 mating. 4. Breeding a silkied bird to an F1 results in a 50/50 chance of silkied vs smooth, with all smooth birds being splits. 5. Obviously, I cannot guarantee that you will hatch silkied chicks from these eggs. 25% or 50% are pretty good odds but we all know how hatching eggs can be. My current flock (see note!) consists of a splash silkied rooster over two splash hens and two blue hens, so you would hatch blues and splashes. The eggs will be bubble wrapped individually and shipped well-padded in a styrofoam-insulated double box. As per usual with hatching eggs, I can't be responsible for actions of the post office or variations in incubation technique, so only fertility is guaranteed, not hatch rate. Please note: I have recently added a new trio of birds to this project group - a silkied splash rooster has replaced my two F1 roosters and I've added two blue F1 hens. The new rooster has been here since 1/25 so I can't say for sure all eggs are fertilized by him yet, but those that are will give you double the odds of hatching silkied chicks. Please PM if you have any questions about these eggs or the project in general. For the lavenders: The flock consists of a lavender rooster over 3 lavender hens and two split hens. As a result, you could expect to hatch about 20% splits from these eggs if all the hens laid evenly. Lavender is not yet a recognized variety of Ameraucana and are still in the project stage. The birds are still rather fluffy and the egg color is variable but overall a nice aqua. If anyone is interested in trading, I am looking for the following hatching eggs from good quality stock: Wheaten Marans from nice dark eggs Wheaten Ameraucanas BLRW Silkied Seramas Silkies/Sizzles Thanks!