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Live Chick Orders Placed the Week of April 15, 2024 will ship the week of May 13, 2024. 

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F1 Olive Egger Hatching Egg

F1 Olive Egger Hatching Egg

Breed: F1 Olive Egger




Egg Color: Assorted Green


Egg Production: 3/week


Breed Facts: The F1 olive egger is a first generation cross that usually have a black or blue plumage. They can also have muffs, feathered legs and beards. Most of the eggs will have the slight olive tint but as you can see from the picture some may have a blue hue to the green, speckling and blooms will vary.


We feed our girls only the best chemical free certified organic feed from day one!

  • Shipping on Hatching Eggs

    We ship hatching eggs Monday through Saturday, depending on when the hens lay. We strive to ship within 24 hours of the egg being laid. Eggs that are older than 48 hours go in the incubator, to the farmers market or the food bank. We don’t have the ability to store and keep eggs.


    Hatching Eggs are always shipped via USPS Priority Mail at no cost to you. The option is available for expedited mail at an additional charge. Priority is not guaranteed and it can take longer than 1-3 days for you to receive your package. Only Express Mail guarantees delivery.


    We are unable to ship to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico at this time.


    Delivery of Hatching Eggs

    To reduce the amount of handling and extremes of temperature the eggs experience en route, which increases the viability of your eggs, we recommend you opt for “CALL ON ARRIVAL.” We can indicate on the label that you be called on arrival to pick up at your local post office rather than send with the carrier. This information isn’t always seen by the carrier and the eggs are delivered to the physical shipping address but calling or stopping by your local post office to let them know the package is coming helps greatly.


    If you wish for your order to be held for pick up at the Post Office, please indicate so in the checkout instructions along with your phone number.


    They have arrived!
    Once your eggs arrive let them “rest” inside in a carton with the pointy end down largest end up. Do not put cold eggs into an incubator they will crack. 


    Eggs ship from Alabama, where it is extremely humid, eggs are collected throughout the day and transfered to a climate controlled room (with 40% relative humidity) where they are either packed and shipped or set to hatch. Even with this limited time before leaving it is possible your eggs will have a smaller air cell than eggs produced in more arid climates. You should adjust your incubating settings accordingly for your method of incubation. We utilize the dry hatching method.

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