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Please note-Due to their requirements for AI testing we do not ship to
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New York, Virginia, or West Virginia
We are NPIP certified/PT Clean and will submit appropriate VS 9-3 Form information to be included with your shipped eggs. If this Form is rejected by your state, preventing the shipment of eggs, I will let you know immediately.
Silkie Eggs- 6 Count $35; 12 Count $70 (plus shipping)
In general, your hatch may include white, black, blue, black-split-paint, splash, and paint as long as there are hens laying and fertility is good in all houses.
We have some showgirls in our houses, so they are a possibility in your order, as well as an occasional stripper (I do not breed stripper to showgirl or stripper to stripper.)
All of our birds have traditional silky type feathering, except one hen currently in our 'Paint Roo over Black Hen' House with a bit of "frizzaz" (Silkie Frizzle not Satin Frizzle) We do not breed satin feather type (Satins)
EGG ID- eggs are marked with a code to tell you which color house they came from and a key is included.
SHIPPING- You may choose USPS PRIORITY ($25) or USPS PRIORITY EXPRESS($60) below. As another option, if you are local you may pick up your eggs at our farm in Paige TX.
WHEN WILL MY EGGS SHIP- I ship on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday in order of payment received. You will get advance notification as well as a tracking number via text when your eggs ship.
HATCHING EGGS DISCLAIMER- Our eggs are collected daily, labeled accordingly, candled to check for cracks, and then placed on a turner until being packed in foam for their journey to you. We take much pride in our hatching eggs and will do everything in our power to ensure that you have a great hatching experience!
Even in the best scenario, a box of shipped eggs will be loaded and unloaded with thousands of other packages at distribution centers, it will ride on conveyor belts and in vehicles, and will incur several transfers and handling by people that are moving many packages as quickly as they can. All of this bouncing around definately takes a toll on your shipped eggs and WILL impact your hatch rate, be it minimal or significant. For this reason, as well as variations in incubation and hatching methods, we simply cannot be held responsible for poor hatch rates.