Now Accepting 2024 Orders for day old chicks & started pullets

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ATTENTION: WHEN PLACING A FERTILE EGG ORDER, KEEP IN MIND WE CANNOT CONTROL THE SHIPPING AND HANDELING OF THE POSTAL SERVICE. IF YOUR EGGS ARE BROKEN UPON ARRIVAL, YOU MUST SEND PHOTOS THAT DAY AND WE CAN REFUND FOR BROKEN EGGS. WE ALSO CANNOT CONTROL THE CONDITIONS OF A CUSTOMER'S INCUBATOR AND WE WILL NOT BE RESPOSIBLE FOR POOR HATCH RATES AND WE WILL NOT REFUND ON EGGS THAT DID NOT DEVELOPE OR EGGS THAT DON'T HATCH. WHEN YOU PLACE AN ORDER, YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR CONDITIONS.

When you place a hatching egg order, we will contact you through email and set up a shipping date with you. We ship on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. We can safely fit 14 eggs per box.  We require a minimum of 6 eggs.  Mix any breeds we have have available.

The Chocolate Orpington bantam is a very friendly bird that make good pets and work well as backyard chickens. The coloring of this breed is a Hershey's chocolate brown, their beak and feet are also brown. You have to see it with your own eyes to really appreciate it, pictures can't capture its beauty. They lay a medium to small size egg. The Chocolate Orpingtion is an import from Europe and still rather rare in the US. The Chocolate Orpington is a calm bird, the roosters are very sweet, Clowney acting birds, so cute. The hens feathering drapes down around their little brown feet, they look as though they float when walking. This Chocolate Orpington is supposed to be a bantam, but this is no small bird, the roosters are weighing in at 5 pounds and hens are 2 1/2 to 3 pounds. Kids have tried showing this bird as a bantam and are told by judges that it is not a bantam. So, we call them "Fun sized Chocolates". The little hens do go broody and love to hatch chicks and have great mother skills.