Half dozen assortment of any of three of our breeds--you pick from any of our in stock fertile hatching eggs!
You will receive three eggs each of any of our available breeds. Choose between our all-black Ayam Cemani; ever-laying Deathlayer; fine French table breed, La Flèche; dark laying Blue Copper Marans; critically endangered White-faced Black Spanish; or our Bantam Calico Cochin.
You can only choose each breed once for your order. For instance, you cannot choose 6 Ayam Cemani eggs for the same dozen order. Orders that do not select three different varieties of breeds will not be fulfilled.
Half Dozen Assortment
We ship with USPS 2-Day Priority Mail. We ship on Monday-Wednesday of each week. If you would like to request a hold at your local post office, delay shipping, request a specific date of shipment or other shipping request, please let us know in the required field when you place your order.
Once the eggs are carefully packaged and shipped to you, the care and handling of eggs is out of our control. As with all shipped hatching eggs, hatch rates can not be guaranteed as there is no way to control the handling and care of eggs once they leave our farm.
Our eggs are gathered daily and stored properly to ensure freshness and maximum viability. When in stock, hatching eggs are shipping usually within 1-2 weeks but sometimes our hens like to go broody, molt, or just organize a henhouse strike and shipping may be delayed.
Pre-orders are shipped in the order that they are received. Ship time for pre-orders vary and may take months depending on time of year and demand for hatching eggs. Due to high demand, there usually is a wait list when ordering hatching eggs.
There will be no refunds or returns. We are also not responsible for hatching rates. We regularly check fertility here and know we are sending fertile eggs with every carefully packaged shipment. Once the eggs are carefully packaged and shipped to you, the care and handling of eggs is out of our control. As with all shipped of hatching eggs, hatch rates can not be guaranteed as there is no way to control the handling of eggs by the post office.