Our eggs are collected from the coop nests twice daily and stored in baskets in a temperature-controlled environment before washing
Always wanted to try your hand at incubating your own birds? Here's your chance!
Our adult chickens are free range here. Most of these babies will be a mixture of Marans, Barred Rocks, Leg Horns, Ameraucana and Brahmas! They all live together, so these are considered a "Farmers Mix" hatching egg,
All of our adults are free range on our farm. Most of these babies will be a mixture of lavender, pearl, chocolate, royal purple and white pied color!
Frizzle and Silkie mixed flock. Most of these babies come out with very soft down feathers and are curly on top! Various colors!
Indian Blue and Pure White Peacocks bred to Indian Blue and Pied Blue/White Peahens!
We have all sorts of different colored Muscovy ducks free ranging here! Babies will range from white to chocolate and every color between!
Both wild and blonde color are possible out of these hatching eggs. Emus are not native here, their laying season is October-March, Call for availability!
Make your own beautiful statement. These eggs will make conversations happen! Use them plain or paint them and make your own creation. Add some feathers to make it even more unique ! The choice is yours, the possibilities are endless.
Already blown out and bleached for you, these are the eggs you want if painting is your goal. We have also seen people use an etcher on them and make jewelry out of pieces, making a beautifully unique gift or centerpiece .
Already blown out and bleached for you, these giant eggs come in a variety of green shades.
From both our Pure White and Indian Blue, the eyes on these feathers are stunning! They make amazing craft projects, from fishing flies to feather wreaths.
Thicker and more robust than emu feathers, these can be used to craft fishing flies, feather wreaths, and much more. They can also make for amazing centerpieces in a vase all by themselves!
These feathers are very coarse, feeling like grass off the African Savanna. These are great for fishing flies as they do not get weighted down as badly as other feathers when wet, but can be used for other crafts too!