A Quick and Adaptable Game Bird – The Chukar Partridge
david georges – June 11, 2017
Susan – July 11, 2016
Out of 15 Chukar, only 7 survived.
One was dead in the box and 7 more were dead by morning. The Chukar seemed to be too young to ship in my opinion. They were much more feeble and smaller than the pheasant that were in the same half of the shipping box.
The 7 Chukar that survived are not doing well and growing rapidly.
Scott Stover – June 28, 2016
All arrived alive, 31 chicks. After 6 days they are very healthy and only 1 casualty
Dianna Benoit Kittell – May 25, 2016
We’ve lost a couple even with our best attempts, not sure if they spent too long in shipping but it seems another one dies every day :(
Mohamad Awwad – May 11, 2016
I wish it was a one day delivery. The chicks were very sick and three of them died when I received them. Also, four died on the second day. Fortunately, the rest of the chicks are in good heath. Thank you.
Sherri Line – May 9, 2016
The chukars were healthy and active.
J – May 20, 2014
We received our chicks 2 weeks earlier than expected and had to combine them in a brooding area since we were not ready. We did have one sad casualty due to this. But the rest appear to be doing fine.
Our records indicate we sent you an email confirming the correct shipping date several months before your birds shipped. We also sent a shipping confirmation with a tracking number as well on the day they were shipped from the hatchery. both of these communications are meant to notify the customer of the expected arrival time of their birds. Combining the chicks should not have been an issue unless there is a significant size difference, in which case you can use a divider to protect the smaller chicks.
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