Hatching Eggs


CrAcKING NeWS!  The New Season Kicks Off Soon!


There is a Time for Everything. A Time to Hatch and a Time to Grow.

Our breeding stock have now completed their annual autumn moult and replenished their reserves and are now in peak condition to start the breeding season. Mother nature timing for this is usually around Spring but can vary from breed to breed. The best time to hatch and grow young to their full potential is when the days start to lengthen out, warm up and food is more abundant (before feed was readily available in a sack!)

We have available for sale different types of hatching eggs from chicken eggs to duck eggs to pheasant eggs and guinea fowl eggs. Each of these varieties is only available during their particular breeding season so please check the best times to hatch.

Recommended Hatching Time Frames:

  • Heritage Poultry (chicken eggs): July to January
    Heritage poultry hatching eggs are $3.50 - $4 each incl. of GST + shipping.
  • Ornamental Pheasant (pheasant eggs): October to December 
    Ornamental pheasant hatching eggs are $12.50 each incl.of GST + shipping.
  • Guinea Fowl (guinea fowl eggs): November to February 
    Guinea Fowl hatching eggs are $3.50 each incl. of GST + shipping.
  • Pekin and Muscovy (duck eggs): September to December 
    Duck hatching eggs are $3.50 each incl. of GST + shipping.

We courier nationwide. Please note we have a minimum order of 6 hatching eggs. Please order in good time as we have very limited availability across the breeds. To ensure you get what you want we recommend ordering a week ahead. All hatching egg orders need to be confirmed with immediate payment to ensure we hold and collect your eggs for you. We only send eggs on Mondays and Tuesdays. If you choose to cancel at short notice please note we do not refund. Please bring your own egg trays or cartons when collecting eggs directly or we have egg cartons for sale. 


Please click here to find our more out our shipping costs for hatching eggs. Thank you.

Please click here to read up more on the incubation of hatching eggs.