WTB Meat bird hatching eggs from SC or NC

Godiva

Songster
13 Years
May 17, 2007
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Colorado
or anywhere close to SC. I am tired of a low hatch rate and would actually love to even pick up eggs if there were some close enough. I have a broody that needs eggs and none of mine are fertile yet (only just started laying and don't want to use those) and I really don't need more birds for my laying flock. BUt we could use some more meat birds.... SO who can help? I live near York/ Rockhill SC. Would happily drive an hour or so to pick up eggs...
 

shelleyd2008

the bird is the word
11 Years
Sep 14, 2008
23,381
100
351
Adair Co., KY
I live in kentucky, but could ship them to you. I have RIR, SLW, and another that I am not sure of, but think they are leghorns. Let me know. They would be mixed, as they are all penned together.
 

Cason

Songster
11 Years
Sep 11, 2008
598
19
174
Green City, MO (North Mo.)
I am wondering- is the hatching rate affected by how far they must be shipped? I'm thinking maybe so- as far as the number of postal workers handling the boxes.
 

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