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 Post subject: Re: POSTING EGGS WITH GOOD HATCHABILITY
PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2012 6:39 am 
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[smilie=bump.gif] = as this topic NEEDS to be re-visted due to the amount of disscussion regards posted eggs atm

BUMPED to remind everyone HOW to pack and send

# ALWAYS ask to have the eggs you buy packed correctly

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 Post subject: Re: POSTING EGGS WITH GOOD HATCHABILITY
PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:19 am 
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Yes packaging is everything so good to remind the sellers and buyer to remind sellers not to short cut packing them correctly


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 Post subject: Re: POSTING EGGS WITH GOOD HATCHABILITY
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Excellent post,Do the Friut Fly inspections still apply to eggs coming into Victoria via Express Post from The Riverina area


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 Post subject: Re: POSTING EGGS WITH GOOD HATCHABILITY
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Excellent post,Do the Friut Fly inspections still apply to eggs coming into Victoria via Express Post from The Riverina area

I think they only check that in SA conf665

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Its all boarders I think

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Looking for my first pure breed birds and though of maybe isa browns or hylines? any thoughts

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Cackles wrote:
Looking for my first pure breed birds and though of maybe isa browns or hylines? any thoughts

Go with hylines I think they are better quality breeding and purity

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Squeaker wrote:
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Looking for my first pure breed birds and though of maybe isa browns or hylines? any thoughts

Go with hylines I think they are better quality breeding and purity

I agree they are such a nice breed and been around hundreds of years and still so pure


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 Post subject: Re: POSTING EGGS WITH GOOD HATCHABILITY
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Squeaker wrote:
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Looking for my first pure breed birds and though of maybe isa browns or hylines? any thoughts

Go with hylines I think they are better quality breeding and purity

I did and than657 both there are just a super pure breed, I may show them at the Sydney royal one day

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