Shipping Rates For Eggs

Boxes used will be generally #4 Priority boxes (by Zone & Weight), Medium flat rate ($13), Large flat rate ($18), and large #7 box (by Zone & Weight).

For orders too big for the large #7 box, I’ll use plain brown boxes with priority stickers, and calculate shipping by zone and weight.

The following chart is a result of me doing a lot of calculations to determine which piority boxes will be cheapest to use for the various sizes of egg orders. Oddly enough, the medium flat rate box is cheaper going to Alaska than the little #4 box, so I’ll use the medium flat rate for very small egg orders going to that state. The advantage is lots of extra padding!

For orders of eggs that will be shipped by zone/weight (rather than flat rate), you can Click Here for info that will help you calculate a rough estimate of the shipping cost.

If you want a larger box than specified, double boxing, express shipping, or any other special requests beyond the norm, your shipping will be calculated individually for you.


Standard Chicken and Midget Turkey Sebright Eggs Serama Eggs Coturnix Quail
Up To 5: by Zone & Weight Up To 12: by Zone & Weight Up To 18: by Zone & Weight Up To 24: by Zone & Weight
6-12: $13 N/A 24-30: $13 N/A
18-24: $18 N/A N/A N/A
Over 24: by Zone & Weight N/A N/A N/A


Standard Chicken Sebright Eggs Serama Eggs Coturnix Quail
Up To 12: $13 Up To 12: $13 Up To 30: $13 Up To 24: $13
18-24: $18 N/A N/A N/A
Over 24: by Weight N/A N/A N/A

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    I am looking for eggs to incubate in my classroom….what process do I need to follow to place an order? Thank you!

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