Fibro EE - Fibro OE - Fibro NN Fertilized Hatching Egg Giveaway
Hello Everyone, It's me, DuckGuide!
I'm finally able to post again and work on the website a little more. I have done some searching (also, the person I got the eggs from has told me) and realized I have had some rare chickens this whole time! I have Fibro EE (Easter Egger), Fibro OE (Olive Egger), and Fibro NN (Naked Neck). Fibro means it is dark-skinned. What's so rare about them, you may ask? The Fibro OE is more of a yellowish than Fibro (She still has darker skin), the Fibro EE hen is Silver instead of Fibro (She also has darker skin), and the Fibro NN is very uncommon (and also worth around $35~$50 per bird when they are fully grown).
Once we hit $250 in donations and 1,000 Facebook page likes, I will do a giveaway.
How to enter: Like the page, share the page, fill out a form, and donate at-least $1 ($1 PER Entry). It is pretty simple and you could win from 18 to 36 Fibro EE, Fibro OE, and Fibro NN fertilized hatching eggs, they are mostly hens, well when I hatched them they were mostly hens.--I will also pay for the shipping to anywhere inside of the U.S.
Back to the chickens. They are all very uncommon, calm, and loving; also the roosters are quiet(ish). If you live in CENTRAL IOWA and would want 4 Fibro EE roosters, I would be glad to sell them to you for $35 in all (and I will come deliver them to you if you are within 30 minutes for $45).
Links for Giveaway:
Facebook Page: http://facebook.duckguide.biz
Ok.. So before we get started, I want to give you some background information first... My mom wanted some ducklings but I didn't.. I didn't want them because I new I would have to clean the cages/totes they were in. They were put into the incubator on 4/26/18 and they hatched a few days early.. They hatched today like 12 hours ago (5/21/18 @ 12:45PM) I gotta admit, they are cute, but they hatched a few days early tho!! It took them like 2 hours max to hatch AND it was a few days early as well. No, the incubator wasn't hotter.. Actually it was cooler at the beginning like a week or 2 into incubation because we lost power for about 5 hours. Only 4 out of like 22 died and 3-4 hatched already.-- Sorry for not keeping the post all together lol; the whole point of this post is to tell you how fast they hatched.
I have been working so hard and talking asking people if I could use their resources for my website. I have talked to Metzer Farms and they gave me the "Thumbs Up" for using some of their resources like the Duck Egg Color Table. I have also added a lot of things to the menu at the top of each page. In the SPRING, there will be an 18% off Coupon Code for ducklings / eggs.
We have a new domain. We have also been updating this website. Hope you enjoy. :D
Also, Quack On.
Sorry for being so inactive on here. I have had to take care of all 15 of my full grown ducks and 22 ducklings. Soon to be 150 in the next 2 months.... My 15 fullgrowns keep deciding to lay eggs every day and I have like 5 incubators. 3 of which are almost full. 1 Brand new and 1 for hatching. I will try to be more active..
I have created this webpage to help you understand different types of ducks and learn more about them. I have included a link to where you can buy Ducks, Chickens, Geese, and other birds.- Metzerfarms.Com
I Also hope you explore and join a Duck Group I'm in on Facebook.
Shoutout to BACKYARD DUCKS on FaceBook for letting me advertise their group! They are a group of Caring people, Helpful people, and Positive People! <3
I am an individual who raises ducks and chickens. To some people, I have too many ducks...I have a little over 50 ducks; Pekin, Rouen, Blue Swedish/Rouen/Runner, Cayuga, Welsh Harlequin, Pekin/Runner, Cayuga/Rouen, and lastly, a different species, Muscovy. I try to sell ducklings, eggs, ducks, and other duck products.