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Priority mail typically takes 2-4 days to arrive.  This is the most economical way to ship hatching eggs.


Priority mail typically takes 1-2 days to arrive.  This is the quickest way to ship hatching eggs. Unfortunately the shipping charge from USPS is quite steep.

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All chick shipments must ship Express. It takes 1-2 days for them to arrive.  Charge includes box, bedding, chick feed, gro-gel, and up to 2 heat packs if appropriate.


Can I combine shipping on chicks and eggs?​

No. Eggs and chicks must be shipped separately. When you are ready to checkout, click “Cart” in the top right hand corner of the page, and add the correct type of shipping charge for your order before you click “Checkout”. You may order eggs AND chicks but as they must be shipped separately you will need to add both kinds of charges to your order.

​Egg Shipping Charges- Priority Mail $25.00

​​Egg Shipping Charges- Express Mail $45.00

​​Chick Shipping Charges- Express Mail $53.00

​​Pair/Trio Shipping Charges- Express Mail $60.00

​These charges include all packing materials, heat packs if appropriate, boxes, and the shipping charges. Call us if you would like a more exact quote.

​​What are my options for shipping chicks/birds?

​We want to ensure you get your birds alive and in good condition just as you want to receive them that way! The best shipping method to ensure this is USPS Express Mail, and that is what we use. Make sure we have your phone number to make it easier for the Post Office to call you when your package is ready to pick up!

When will my order ship?

​​We will begin the process of shipping after your payment is received. After you place your order we will send you an estimated shipping date, as orders are subject to availability. All orders will be shipped on Monday or Tuesday to reduce the chance your eggs or chicks will get stuck at the post office over the weekend.​

Weather plays a huge role in when we can ship, as we want your chicks and eggs to get to you safely. If the temperatures are extremely hot or cold we may ask to postpone your shipment until the weather becomes more temperate.

What are my options for shipping eggs?

You can choose to ship your eggs by USPS Priority or by USPS Express Mail. Express is the best option for several reasons. It is just a faster method of shipping overall and your eggs will arrive sooner. Express Mail usually arrives within one to two days. Priority Mail usually takes three to five days. Also, Express Mail packages can be held for pickup at your local Post Office and the package will not be subject to further jostling and weather extremes by the local carrier ride. The Post Office will call you to let you know there is a package waiting for you. Both of these points mean higher hatching rates for YOU.
Make sure we have your phone number to make it easier for the Post Office to call you when your package is ready to pick up!

Are my birds and eggs shipped insured?

Items shipped by USPS Express Mail have $100 insurance; contact us to see about additional insurance for your shipment. Claims for insurance reimbursements are handled by your local office. It is VERY IMPORTANT to open the box in the presence of a postal worker!