-Currently Sold Out-
One Dozen (12 eggs) $85 shipped
Half Dozen (6 eggs) $60 shipped
Our hatching eggs are from a Black Copper Marans rooster over Blue Copper Marans hens. This will result in both Blue Copper and Black Copper Marans chicks. Hatching eggs are $85 per dozen and $60 per half dozen (shipping included). Please note that we have a limited number of hens, so if you order a dozen, by the time they reach you they will be 7 to 10 days old and will need to go in the incubator pretty quickly. Our farm is located in Choctaw, Oklahoma.
We Also sometimes have Black Copper Marans chicks available for $10 each. To put your name on the waiting list, or to inquire about chicks please email us for more information at email@example.com or send us a message on facebook.
A Special Note About Eggs
Please do your research on Marans eggs prior to purchasing. They can be a little tricky to hatch, and they will not look perfect.
Our eggs may have spots and speckles, discoloration and they may have scratches in the bloom. They are by no means perfect and we think that gives them character. We also do not wash our eggs so there is a chance there may be some poop or dirt on them. Because there is some controversy as to whether or not to wash hatching eggs, we let our buyers decide whether or not they want to wash their eggs. That being said we will not send you heavily-soiled eggs (our hens lay in clean nesting boxes).
We do everything we can to ensure the eggs are properly packaged, but we can’t guarantee how they will be treated in shipping. Because of that, we cannot guarantee hatch rates.
Marans are prized not only for their beautiful plumage, feathered feet and calm demeanor, but for their dark egg color. We do our best to provide you with accurate photos of our eggs, but Marans eggs can be extremely difficult to photograph. To avoid any confusion about color it’s best to photograph them alongside an egg color chart. There are several available from the various clubs both in the U.S. and abroad. Whether you buy from us, or from someone else make sure to ask for photos with an egg chart.
Also, be aware that the color can change from season to season and with the age of the bird. No one really knows what gives some Marans darker eggs than others but we do our best to provide an accurate representation of the color or our eggs.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to send us a message through the Contact Us tab.