Small Order Shipping:
Less than 15 layers a small order fee of 38.00 will be added to the order this includes the shipping cost.
15- 25 Layers a small order fee of 5.50 will be adding to the shipping cost.
Your Order will be sent by Priority Mail by the USPS, arriving at your local post office. Your post office will notify you when your order arrives.
Delivery can range from 1-3 days for Priority Mail.
Your shipment will be packed according to the weather.
USPS does provide tracking information but it is usually scanned at the point of pick up and at the point of delivery therefore we do not provide tracking information to customers unless requested.
Poultry is hatched Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Once shipped we cannot control the Post Office shipments. If you want your birds to go to a specific post office please put the following in the shipping address field:
- Customer Name
- Hold for Pick Up
- Post Office Address
When receiving your Poultry please be aware, it is important to care for your poultry, but you must also protect yourself from potentially harmful micro-organisms, germs (including salmonella) and bacteria by direct contact with poultry and livestock.
*DO supervise children when handling poultry and ensure hand washing after contact.
*DO carefully and thoroughly wash your hands with soap and hot water after handling poultry and anything in the area where they live and roam (if soap and water are not available use hand sanitizer).
*KEEP poultry outside, and especially out of areas where food and drink is prepared, served or stored. Also keep out of bathrooms.
*DO NOT nuzzle, snuggle or kiss your livestock or poultry.
*DO NOT let children less than 5 year of age, elderly and people with weakened immune systems handle or touch livestock including poultry.
* * Contact with live poultry (chicks, chickens, ducklings, ducks, goslings, geese and turkeys) can be a source of human Salmonella infections.
* * Salmonella germs are shed in their droppings and can easily contaminate their bodies and anything in areas where birds live and roam.
* * Chicks, ducklings, and other poultry can carry Salmonella germs and still appear healthy and clean.
* * Salmonella germs can cause a diarrheal illness in people that can be mild, severe, or even life threatening.