Pheasant, Duck, Turkey, Quail - Hatching Eggs

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by chseeads, May 29, 2011.

  1. chseeads

    chseeads Songster

    May 28, 2009
    Bloomington, Indiana
    Various fertile hatching eggs available. I'm located in the Bloomington, IN area and local pickups are welcome, and I can ship anywhere else. Normally ship USPS Priority, if you have any special mailing preferences, just let me know. I bubble wrap each egg individually, set them in egg cartons, and pack them with crumpled paper or other filler. Had real good luck on very little breakage or damage of that sort during last season's shipping.

    For shipping estimates, availability, and other questions, etc., feel free to reply here, or PM me (no need to hit the BuyItNow button). I can accept Paypal, or other payment depending on the situation. lol

    I always try to include some extras when I ship. The way I pack them, I can send up to 2 1/2 doz. pheasant in a shipment, and bigger eggs like the duck, and turkey especially, I can comfortably do in between a dozen and two dozen generally....I don't like to crowd them too much, makes me nervous. lol

    Melanistic Pheasant Eggs - $10/dozen

    Muscovy Duck Eggs - $5/dozen

    Trout Indian Runner or Welsh Harlequin Duck Eggs - $10/dozen
    (I have a suspicion that there is chocolate blood hiding in background of the trouts due to the occasional brownish baby that hatches.)

    Mottled Black & Black Spanish Turkey Eggs - $15/dozen
    I have Mottleds and Spanish turkeys together, so eggs may be mixes or pures of those colors. The mottleds also throw some other color patterns, so they could hatch royal palms, etc.

    Coturnix Quail Eggs - $3/dozen
    From a mixed flock of a variety of different colors.
  2. what eggs

    what eggs Chirping

    Mar 9, 2009
    The Muscovy eggs I received came quickly and were packaged very carefully, one of the best transactions I have had on BYC.
  3. ZoeS95423

    ZoeS95423 Songster

    Apr 17, 2011
    I agree, I got a mixture of duck eggs from chseeads, and they were very very carefully packaged, and so far in the incubator they are all looking good. No bad ones yet!

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