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SarahFair

Songster
11 Years
Sep 23, 2008
3,696
30
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Monroe, Ga
One dozen silkie eggs for $12. I would be driving to pick these up.
I feel like this price is super HIGH for some backyard flock.

What are yalls thoughts?
 

SarahFair

Songster
11 Years
Sep 23, 2008
3,696
30
209
Monroe, Ga
Id pay that for show quality stock but not someones backyard pets. Id pay like 5 or 8 but 12 just seems really high..
Maybe Im just a penny pincher
 

SarahFair

Songster
11 Years
Sep 23, 2008
3,696
30
209
Monroe, Ga
I asked him to send pics and info on showing if any..
I paid $5 for 14 silkie eggs on here!
Guess I got spoiled
 

Rootball

Songster
10 Years
May 17, 2009
560
19
154
Western Colorado
Where I live its $5 for a dozen local fresh eggs and there is a place down the road with fresh Organic eggs(all organic feed for thje chickens) at $7 a dozen, and these are the type of eggs that you make omlettes with.

$12 doesnt seem soo much for ones with little silkies stuffed inside of em.
 

silkieluver_07

Songster
11 Years
Jan 31, 2008
4,130
8
241
Pennsylvania
I don't think the price is bad at all, even for a pet quality silkie eggs. Silkie chicks at hatcheries/feedstores range anywhere from $2.50-$4.00 each.

I sell my pet quality silkie chicks as day olds for $2.50 each. If you can hatch all 12 eggs, that's only $1.00 per chick. If you even manage to hatch out 6, that $2.00 a piece (cheaper than I sell pet quality for)

You could always sell extras that you don't want to help cover the costs of the eggs. Just my 2 cents.
 

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