Islenska hænan, Haughænsni, landnámshænan , or Icelandics in the US, is a landrace breed of chicken that has a threatened status with the Livestock Conservancy. Over the centuries, Icelandic chickens were selected by small Icelandic farmers, for their ability to forage, broodiness, and laying ability. Icelandics lay small white to light tan eggs. The photos are of the current breed pens your eggs will come from and then some examples of possible colors from my own flock.
We ship on Mondays to ensure eggs do not sit in a PO over the weekend. We only ship to US addresses. Packages will be sent USPS Priority Insured. Once the box leaves the farm, we are no longer responsible for the handling.
Extras are sent IF they are available. (Most times there will be, but there is the potential that there will not be extras available at the time of shipment.)
Cluck It All Farms participates in the NPIP program and is A/I monitored. NPIP certification is under Tina Hines and participant number is 31-1508.
Please be aware that shipped eggs are a gamble. While we CAN guarantee that your eggs will be packed to prevent breakage, we cannot guarantee the quality of the embryo once it gets to you. It isn't uncommon for air cells to become detached, among other issues. Because of this, we cannot guarantee hatch rate. If you are new to hatching shipped eggs, you can read more about it here. We are happy to answer any questions you may have.
While we do not allow the public around our flocks, we are happy to send photos or video chat with you. If you wish to pick up eggs, we will meet at a designated spot, off site. Please feel free to contact us anytime.
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