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The Official Ameraucana Forum => Housing, Health & Hatching => Topic started by: John W Blehm on April 13, 2019, 10:57:15 AM

Title: Shipping Hatching Eggs
Post by: John W Blehm on April 13, 2019, 10:57:15 AM
Many folks have their own special and favorite ways to package and ship hatching eggs.  I've used the foam rubber blocks (Foam Egg Shippers from Horizon Micro-Environments (http://www.myfortune3cart.com/Shop@Horizon/Foam_Egg_Shippers-Carton_of_12_36-hole_CHICKEN_Egg_Shipper.html)) with holes, that are designed for shipping eggs.  The secret is to double box them to just about eliminate breakage.  Once in the box the blocks fit in, wrap it with large bubble wrap and slide it into a second box.  The boxes and bubble wrap are available thru Uline (https://www.uline.com/).
Title: Re: Shipping Hatching Eggs
Post by: John W Blehm on April 13, 2019, 10:59:12 AM
More photos of hatching eggs boxes...
Title: Re: Shipping Hatching Eggs
Post by: Suki on April 15, 2019, 12:27:44 PM
Nice tutorial John.  I can't say I've ever received eggs shipped that well which probably explains why most are duds.

Sue
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