Hatching Eggs

This page last updated 1/2/2020

Certain times of the year I have extra hatching eggs. Please be aware that the postal service is sometimes not kind to packages. I will not be responsible for your results, whether due to poor handling or poor incubation practices. This makes sense if you think about it. I package in foam shippers and ship USPS priority. If you want me to mark them a certain way, let me know. If you want them express, I can do that for an additional charge.

I will do my best to get viable eggs to you, just like the ones I would hatch.

Eggs are $2.50 each. Packaging and shipping is an additional $30 for up to 25 eggs.

Buy 18 for $45 and I will send 25 (7 free extras), total $75.

These are the breeds that have eggs I can ship. The number in parenthesis is the approx number of eggs I collect per day, as a guide to how many you can order, obviously fresher is better for shipping. Also, I am indicating the expected fertility as shipped. Some breeds have poorer fertility, but you may still want them due to their rarity.

Available now:

  • nothing is laying right now . . .

Currently unavailable (maybe later):

  • Welbars, mix of silver and gold (8) fertility 75%
  • Cream Legbars, Jill Rees line from Greenfire (12) fertility 40%
  • Autosexing Olive Eggers (hybrid of Legbar and Welbar) (6) fertility 95%
  • Black Ameraucana, John Blehm line (4) fertility 50%
  • Lavender Ameraucana, some silkied, all heterozygous for silkied (10) fertility 85%
  • Bantam Lavender Ameraucana, not all of the chicks will be lavender, some other colored hens are in the pens (3) fertility 50%
  • Bantam Lavender Cochin, (3) fertility 50%
  • Breda Fowl, blue/black/splash, some heterozygous for mottled (2) fertility 90%
  • Welsh Harlequin ducks (4) fertility 80% (eggs are white)
  • Australian Spotted ducks (12) fertility 80% (eggs are green)
  • Genetic Hackle (2) fertility 85% (eggs are small)
  • Mille Fleur Leghorns, these are a “project”, and not all the chicks are mottled. (2) fertility 90%