Chicken of Kings", the Bresse Chicken has won the badge of "Worlds Best Tasting Chicken"! The American White Bresse (rhymes with bless) was imported from France in 2011, and is a rare breed dual purpose bird. The ultimate homestead bird, the AWB lays 300 large, cream colored eggs a year! They are heat and cold tolerant, and very easy to care for. These birds are highly sought after and we are so proud to be offering them!
When grown, the white bresse will weigh on average around 6 to 7 lbs. American Bresse are known to be able during the fattening process to produce a marbling effect just like beef, when using traditional french methods of raising them, providing them access to pasture, and finishing them on organic grains and dairy products.
We highly encourage you to research the rich history of this rare breed!
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Redmond WA 98053
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When ordering hatching eggs:
Eggs are sold straight run meaning we cannot guarantee the gender.Each chick has a 50/50 chance of being male or female.
We receive a 95% hatch rate on all of our hatching eggs here at the farm when we use our incubators. We cannot guarantee the hatch rate of shipped eggs because of postal handling as well as everyones individual hatching practices. Air cells and viability can be can be damaged during shipping.
Here is the hatching egg info from our site: All of our orders are packed in specially made foam shippers and insured through USPS Priority Mail. It is best to candle your eggs when they arrive to make sure they air cells are in tact after transport. If they are not in tact or are damaged then you can file a claim right away through USPS.
If you did not candle them upon arrival, and they don’t develop you can still try and file a claim. It’s up to the I post office on wether or not they will cover them.
Make sure you file your claim for “Hatching Eggs“ not just “Eggs”. Here is the number to file a claim
How to File a Claim for Damaged Eggs 1. As soon as you open the box and see that they are damaged contact the post office. For some claims they need verification of damage. Make sure to take pictures of the candled eggs. Verification of damage has to be by a USPS employee. You can get this by driving to the post office and talking to the manager OR you can call them and have your mail carrier view it. This needs to be done ASAP. You cannot wait a week or a month. 2. Call 1-866-974-2733 and file a claim. They will give you a claim number. Write this down. 3. You will receive a form. Make sure to mark #11 (Animals). 4. Send in Proof of Value