FERTILE EGG INFORMATION for 2016
*** PLEASE BE AWARE THAT OUR FERTILE EGGS ARE PRODUCED FROM STOCK THAT IS BLOOD TESTED YEARLY BY THE DEPARTMENT OF AG AND MARKETS. THIS IS NECESSARY TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF DISEASE FROM INFECTED PARENT STOCK. REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT FERTILE EGGS USED FOR HATCHING AT SCHOOLS MUST COME FROM TESTED FLOCKS. IF YOU NEED A COPY OF OUR CERTIFICATE FOR YOUR SCHOOL/AGENCY, WE ARE ONLY MORE THAN HAPPY TO PROVIDE IT FOR YOU! OUR FARM FOLLOWS NPIP AS WELL AS BIO-SECURITY GUIDELINES***
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR 2016.
(Please note that the prices include enough feed for the first 7- 10 days. Feed is not included in eggs that are shipped)
CHICKEN EGGS: Eggs are from parent, breeder stock on our farm.
Available March until October.
RED SEX LINK (GOLDEN COMETS)
Males hatch white, Females hatch red.
BLACK SEX LINK (BLACK QUEENS)
Males have white spot on head, Females do not have this spot.
PRICE: $2.25/egg or $27 dozen.
The Black Sex link and Red Sex link are only available as assorted. Both breeds are EXCELLENT layers. This means that your eggs will be an assortment of both these breeds.
Brown head, gray body. $3 per egg, $36 dozen
Brown with white spot on head. $3 per egg, $18 for 6. Limit 6
Black and white with a head crest. $3 per egg, $18 for 6. Limit 6
Please place orders well in advance of needed date. Eggs available on Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays throughout season.
If hatch rate or fertility rate is known to be low, additional eggs will be added to your order. Care instructions and starter food with every order.
Eggs shipped within The Continential US. Add $12 for 1st dozen and $8 for each additional dozen.
Only our best shell quality eggs gathered warm are used for hatching. We feed quality feed and forage to assure you of the best hatchable eggs. We cannot guarantee hatching eggs, however we have had up to 100% hatch rate.
We are happy to accept your order by phone. No eggs are shipped until payment is received.
We also are available to assist with trouble shooting problems during the hatch. We advise you to use two thermometers to verify that the temperature is accurate. That is the number one reason for problematic hatches!
We include enough unmedicated starter feed for your chicks for the first 10 days. Beyond 10 days, chicks become less manageable in their small brooder. At this point you may want to find a permanent home for them. Feed stores usually have plenty of poultry customers or you may return them to our farm.