Joined 13 years ago from North Central Florida
Fertilized-Chicken-Eggs.com is a supplier of quality fertile hatching chicken eggs, fertile duck eggs and fertile quail eggs to assist the schools and research centers with their projects and research. We also carry Brinsea incubators.
Family run small farm with chicken, ducks, turkey, cows, canaries, finches and ofcourse our dogs. City slickers learning how to be farmers and enjoying the peace and quite of our little piece of heaven in North Central Florida.
We ship our eggs through out the United States USPS Priority Mail every Monday and Tuesday and orders are shipped in the order they are received.
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9 years ago
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