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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Eggs from efowl

   We have teamed up with efowl to review their whole process of sending out eggs.  They sent us out 20 fertlie eggs.  They mailed them out and I got them 2 days later.  We received 6 Welsummer eggs, 6 Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, 6 New Hampshire red eggs, and 2 Buff Orpington eggs.  I have ordered eggs in the past from other companies and by far, the packaging of the eggs received by efowl is the best by far. 

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The box was taped up well and had stickers on all sides stating "Fragile".

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There was sufficient packing material in the box. 

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The foam was specifically made to hold the eggs securely. 

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Aren't they pretty?!

    Each egg was packed nice and tight and were perfect upon arrival.  After closely inspecting each one, I placed them in my incubator.   That was on the 3rd of April.  I candled the eggs yesterday and all 20 are still alive and progressing nicely.

    The ordering process is wonderful.  I received an email once I placed my order letting me know that the order had been placed.  I got follow up emails about shipping and the whole process.  All representatives that I dealt with were very courteous and knowledgeable.  

  Efowl guarantees their eggs and poultry that they mail out.  In regards to eggs, they guarantee that all eggs will arrive to you safely and you'll get what you ordered.  They also guarantee 80% off the eggs will be alive and fertile at the first candling which is quite generous.  Right now we have a 100% but that does not guarantee they all will hatch.  No one can expect every single egg to hatch.  That is just unrealistic.  Even hatching eggs off of our own farm, we cannot expect every single egg to hatch. 
    I have been very pleased with the whole experience thus far and will update in a week or so when they begin to hatch.  If you are looking into buying fertile eggs, please look at efowl first, they are very reputable and stand by what they sell. 

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1 comment:

  1. I don't think we're zoned for birds, but the website was certainly tempting! I hope yours thrive!

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