Pekin hatching eggs travel well and hatch well under a broody hen or in a decent incubator. Please don’t buy them if you have a Chinese import/cheap ebay type incubator unless you are willing to accept the potential poor hatch rate.
I currently have Pekin hatching eggs in the following colours. All of the pens apart from the Gold Laced have the potential to be frizzled as well as smooth.
Mottled (black, blue, khaki) you will also possibly hatch splash from these along with a coupe of random, nameless colours. I breed this pen for variety rather than to be perfect examples of the colours. It is my fun pen!
Serama hatching eggs are pot luck for colour and feather type as they do not breed true for colour. The 30 hens (a mixture of smooth, frizzled and silkied), and four cockerels (smooth and silkied) all live together to produce a rainbow of coloured chicks. Having said this all my birds are nice, interesting colours including, black and blue mottled, splash, lemon, white, columbian type, millefleur and lots of variations of these. As I say though, I cannot possibly tell which are laid by which hens. Serama eggs are more tricky to hatch and require a good broody hen or a decent incubator. Please do not buy these if you have a cheap Chinese import as you will, more than likely, face disappointment.
Prices are from £2 per egg but discounts apply for larger quantities. Postage is set at £6 for the first six and £2 each six after that. This covers the packaging as well as extra postal cost. They are sent by standard First Class Royal Mail unless you want to pay the extra for special or next day delivery. If you need a different service please call me to discuss your requirements.
Coturnix quail hatching eggs. I have a large group of Japanese, Italian, Redcap, Fawn, Cinnamon and Tuxedo Coturnix quail. I cannot tell the difference between the eggs once laid so they are a lucky dip assortment.
Hatch rate at the moment is around 80% which is about average for quail but its not unusual to get a higher rate, or if your incubator is not so good, a lower one.
Prices for quail eggs are from £6 per dozen (12) eggs but discounts apply for larger quantities. Postage is set at £6 for the first 12 and £2 each six after that. This covers the packaging as well as extra postal cost. They are sent by standard First Class Royal Mail unless you want to pay the extra for special or next day delivery. If you need a different service please call me to discuss your requirements.
Disclaimer….. Posting is not a hatching eggs best friend but usually you will still get a good hatch. However I can’t be held responsible for low hatch rates due to circumstances out of my control.
I never send out eggs without having tested fertility in the previous few days.