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Buff Orpington Chicken Hatching Eggs

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Num. Eggs 1-11 12-59 60+
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Buff Orpington Chicken Hatching Eggs

Buff Orpington Chickens are one of the most docile and easily handled of all the dual purpose heavy chicken breeds. The Buff Orpington Hatching Eggs are one of the most popular breeds to hatch and raise among families will small children who want to handle their birds often.

Buff Orpington Chickens are a beautiful and popular chicken breed for their dual-purpose utility and overall pleasant demeanor. The Orpington breed is particularly known for its hardiness during the winter months, continually laying eggs in cold weather. This plump, white skinned bird also dresses extremely well and yields fair amounts of tender juicy meat.

These birds are moderately early maturing and will begin to lay medium to large brown eggs around 24 weeks. A great thing about Buff Orpingtons is that they easily adapt to many different environments. They may be raised as free range chickens and are also very adaptable to confinement due to their docile temperament. Orpingtons are known to be quite friendly and will make pleasant pets in addition to their typical farm functionality, but when exposed to other breeds of chicken they do tend to be bullied.

Buff Orpington Chickens are typically excellent mothers and frequent brooders. They have full fluffy feathers that help them stay comfortable and continue to lay all winter. Their beautiful buff colored plumage and large stately form is an attraction to many chicken breeders interested in showing their birds. Their attractive appearance and hardy nature make the Buff Orpington an excellent dual-purpose breed for the farm or the backyard.
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Buff Orpington Chicken Info

  • Adult Weight - Male: 8-10 pounds ; Female: 6-8pounds
  • Color - Buff Colored, White Skin, Single Comb
  • Purpose - Dual Purpose - Egg Laying and Meat Production
  • Egg Production - Good: 150+ per year
  • Egg Color - Brown
  • Country of Origin -England

Average Customer Review: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
So far, so good! November 7, 2015
Reviewer: Michael Hudson from Rome, GA United States  
The delivery of the hatching eggs was timely and without issue.  I was happy about that!

The eggs are in their first week of incubation and we will see how they do.

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Thank You ! October 13, 2015
Reviewer: Ruth Scholl from West Palm Beach, FL United States  
Everything went smooth, the eggs are in the incubator, my brother was happy with this as a gift, more than any other thing I could have given him.

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Hatching Eggs April 7, 2015
Reviewer: Kay Pape from Raymond, MS United States  
Your eggs were received on time and in excellent condition. Thanks.

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don't know what went wrong May 23, 2014
Reviewer: Lorraine Cottle from Goffstown, NH United States  
Hi,   We ordered six hatching eggs which should have hatched on late mon. early tues. of this week, it is now thursday, and nothing has hatched.  We aren't sure what went wrong or if we should give up.  The only hitch we ran into, was an overnight where we returned to school and the temp in the incubator was a little over 80 degrees.  I quickly got it back up to 100, (  not sure what happened, but we did remove the egg turner earlier that day )  Could an overnight of 80 degree temps cause them not to hatch?  When should give up on them?  

Hello Lorraine,

First, I would like to thank you for your review. Hatching eggs is a delicate process and requires very exact temperatures while incubating. That over night drop of 20 degrees would have drastically reduced the expected hatch rate, especially at early stages in incubation. I'm sorry to hear your class did not get to experience the magic of hatching eggs, but this is also an important lesson for your students to learn.

Harry, CSR

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Broken eggs May 12, 2014
Reviewer: Erin Leary from Campbell, CA United States  
4 of the Buff Orpington or Black Australopr (brown eggs) arrived cracked and broken.  As a result, I am only incubating 9 eggs.  This was pretty disappointing.

Hello Erin,

I am sorry to hear some of your eggs arrived broken. We attempt to ship them as safely as possible, but once in the mail lack of care can occasionally result in such unfortunate breaks.

eFowl.com guarantees that the customer will receive the number of eggs he/she has ordered and paid for in an intact condition, which no significant damage or breakage. In the event that the customer does receive cracked or broken eggs, the breakage must be reported to eFowl.com within 2 business days of arrival. On most egg shipments, eFowl.com will include extra eggs of the same product, to ensure the customer receives at least the number of eggs he/she has ordered and paid for. In the event that the customer receives fewer intact eggs that he/she has ordered and paid for, the customer will be entitled to compensation for the cost of those eggs.

Thank you for your review,
Harry, CSR

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