Looking for Cobb Meat Hatching Eggs

Discussion in 'Meat Birds ETC' started by Larry Bond, Sep 5, 2017.

  1. Larry Bond

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    Hello, does anyone know where i can buy cobb meat hatching eggs from?
     
  2. rjohns39

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  3. Larry Bond

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    Im from the UK mate :) thanks anyway
     
  4. rjohns39

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    Sorry about that... :oops:
     
  5. Birdinhand

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    good luck finding the eggs, I have looked around and can't find a single source here in the US! I was very resistant early on to ordering chicks through the mail, till I got sick of poor hatch rates with shipped eggs... now I have fully embraced mailing day old chicks. from egg to hen, the first two days of a chicks life is most suited for moving long distance, they still have yolk in their digestive system and they can go without food or water, which is what typically happens under a hen when she sits in the nest for a good 36+ hours after the first one's hatch.
     
  6. Larry Bond

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    We need more suppliers :D potential market for me breeding them here :D
     
  7. aart

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  8. Molpet

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    @Dave C might know... he is in the UK
     
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  9. Larry Bond

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    Ok thanks
     
  10. Dave C

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    Hi Larry, there is a few just depends on who has any at the moment.
    Cyril Bason do eggs and chicks and deliver, also S&T poultry are also good and do free ranging types and I've also heard of Piggots poultry but never used them.
    Hope this helps.
    Dave.
     
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