New From St Anthony, Newfoundland, Canada.

Deannosaurus

Hatching
5 Years
Hello all,

I am a new member, and have been reading this site (and others) for about 2 years now preparing for my own flock.

I now have the property, permit, and time to get into this hobby and I cannot find anywhere that can get fertile eggs to my location! Which is St Anthony, Newfoundland, Canada.

I am looking for anyone who might have information on where I might be able to get chicken hatching eggs (preferably bantams but I am pretty desperate to get started) as well as feed.

If I have to make my own feed I will. I have raised many different insects for the fun of it, would be easier to convince my wife we should keep the experiments if they had a use. Currently only have meal-worms / darkling beetles on hand.

I have an incubator made and ready to go.

I would ideally be looking for a dozen or less eggs, but I am flexible on anything that can make it to my location. Anyone have this issue starting up?

Looking forward to a more active role in this community!

Dean
 

TwoCrows

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Kelsie2290

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Hello :frow and Welcome To BYC! TwoCrows gave you some great links to check out to find fertile eggs, if you do a search, there are also other members who are from Newfoundland, you might try PMing them to see where they got their birds, good luck in your search!
 

DAYDRINKER

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Welcome Dean!
Slept in my car in St Anthony once. I love Newfoundland!
Good luck on your hunt for hatching eggs. I would've helped you if Smallwood brought you into our fold instead of the Maple Leaf but alas, you can't bring eggs across int. borders.
Cheers!
 
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