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Ostrich Chicks ,Fertile Ostrich Eggs ,Ostrich Feathers for sale

Besides selling Ostrich chicks, we also sell ostrich hatching eggs for those of you that want to incubate and hatch your own ostriches on your farm. Ostrich and

emu hatching eggs for sale are of the highest quality!
Our hatching eggs are sent by priority mail and should be to you within 3-4 days after that breed hatching date. All eggs sent were laid the day of shipping or the

day before.They should be set within seven days of our shipping them. The ideal holding temperature before setting is 60 degrees. As incubation times vary due

to the incubator temperature, we recommend placing the eggs in the incubator during the middle of the week if you are hatching these in a classroom.
We guarantee the Ostrich Chicks and Fertile Eggs to be true to breed variety and to arrive in good condition.
We sell top quality, farm fresh fertile hatching eggs. All you need to do is place them in an egg incubator and see them hatch!
The quality of the hatching eggs are excellent and we have recorded up to 98% hatch rates in our Surehatch Egg incubators using these fertile broiler eggs.
Contact us with your email or skype name or mobile number to place your order.
Victoria Ostrich Group International ltd
Contact Number:+237-78926967
mobile:+23770020767(whatsapp/Viber)
Feel free to contact via email at anytime
Skype:mentorjakupi42

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