Rare Breed Hatching Eggs many from Greenfire Isbar, Biefelders, Bresse, Swedish Flower, Silkies, Whe

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  1. AZHotChicks

    AZHotChicks Out Of The Brooder

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    I have some beautiful rare breeds and my hens are laying more eggs than I can incubate.

    Excellent 90%++ fertility rate.

    The rare breeds include:

    German Bielefelders (Large Brown egg layers ) $30 half dozen $60 dozen
    Show Quality Wheaten Americanas (Beautiful blue egg layers) n/a
    Swedish Isbars (green egg layers )
    $20 half dozen $40 dozen
    French Bresse in Blue/Black/Splash (white/cream egg layers) $20 half dozen $40 dozen
    Swedish Flower Hens (brown and white egg layers) $20 half dozen $40 dozen
    Crested Creme Legbars (Blue Egg Layers) $25 half dozen $45 dozen
    Show Quality Bearded Silkies (Bantam white eggs) $20 half dozen $40 dozen
    Austrian Sumtalers (Tan Eggs) $25 half dozen $45 dozen

    Or I can do an assort of rare breeds so you will have a nice assortment of pretty colorful eggs when your hens start laying!

    Breeders Choice Assortment of rare breed $20 half dozen $40 dozen.

    Please add $15 for USPS Priority mail shipping if you are not doing local pickup in Scottsdale, AZ.

    Most of my breeding stock birds came directly from Greenfire Farms. Others from reputable breeders. I have attached several pictures of the parent birds owned by us.

    Eggs will be shipped out USPS priority mail on Saturday PM. Mondays, Tuesdays, or Wednesdays only. They will be individually bubble wrapped and packed for safety.,

    Please note this is for the "Breeders Choice" and I DO NOT GUARANTEED that you will get a certain mix of eggs.. If you would like more of one breed just let me know. If the hens cooperative and I have extra eggs I"m happy to include them in your order. Many of the breeds are available as one type at the same or slight additional cost

    Please note that hatch rate and fertility rate are different. Hatch rates can vary widely depending on the post offices handling of your eggs in transit and your incubating conditions. We do not guarantee hatch rate. Shipping eggs has inherent dangers. Please be willing to accept the risks associated with shipping fertile eggs if you bid.

    If you have any questions message me. Thanks.

    Please note that you can have the eggs held at the post office for your pickup. This is a good idea if you live in an area with very hot or cold weather. It may increase hatch rate. If you would like to do this I need your local post office address and your phone number so they can contact you upon the eggs arrival.


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    Last edited: May 8, 2015
  2. City farm

    City farm Overrun With Chickens

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    All of the eggs we got from you this last year are cute teens, and can't wait for them to leave us a surprise soon.. Our new babies are with their Moma and having fun scratching and running after bug's. The egg color of WA are a wonderful dark blue.. The French Bresse hatch rate is %100..
    The way you protect the egg for shipping is great.. Thank you for offering such wonderful breeds!!
     
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  3. XxMingirlxX

    XxMingirlxX Chillin' With My Peeps

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    okiemamachick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Subbing for when I'm ready to hatch :)
     
  5. MelissaZeno

    MelissaZeno Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Are these breed cold hardy? I have an olive egger who seems to be fine this winter.
     
  6. AZHotChicks

    AZHotChicks Out Of The Brooder

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    Living in AZ not sure I've tested the "cold hardy" LOL. Several of my breeds are from Germany, Austria, and Sweden so sure should be. Most of the breeds have been laying better now than in the summer.
     
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  7. MelissaZeno

    MelissaZeno Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Thank you.
     
  8. Sparky16

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    I want a shipment to set March 14th. Will these breeds still be available then?
     
  9. AZHotChicks

    AZHotChicks Out Of The Brooder

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    Yes I plan to ship eggs year round so March should be fine:)
     
  10. showmesilkies

    showmesilkies Chillin' With My Peeps

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    My Coop
    Do you have photos of your breeder Silkies?
     

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