Usually they just deliver them to my house, but I don't mind picking them up, lf it means less scrambled eggs. I get there, go around to the loading dock, and a lady hands me my box and says... and I quote "We get a lot of eggs coming through here, I don't know how anybody every hatches any, we throw these things pretty hard", then she laughs. All I could say is " yes, we usually are lucky to get 50% to hatch, but thats the only way to get the breeds not available locally. We do appreciate calls to pick up though, less time for them to get scrambled on the truck." But it kinda caught me off guard that she admitted to the throwing the boxes around. I hope she just meant that the sorting machines are rough, and not that they actually throw fragile packages around.