How Eggs are Packaged
Eggs under four days of age are unwashed, sorted for proper weight and size, and candled for fractures. Selected eggs are individually wrapped in a bubble wrap pouch, and nestled into a box of non-collapsable (No Paper!) packing materials. This box is then taken and placed inside a larger box. In the larger box, the sides are lined in bubble wrap, and extra space is filled with packing peanuts. The box is taped, and labeled fragile…fertile hatching eggs.
Hatching Egg Disclaimer
Understand, that hatching eggs are a risk! JCPoultry cannot guarantee that eggs will hatch. Why? Because we cannot control how kind the post master is to the eggs, or account for various incubators, and incubation skill levels. Also, culls do occur with hatching eggs.