PLEASE READ THOROUGHLY AND PLAN YOUR BID ACCORDINGLY
The winner of this auction will receive 6 unsexed red-mottled Pita Pinta Asturiana day-old chicks. We will add free extra chicks if the hatch allows. The Pita Pinta Asturiana are a Spanish, dual-purpose breed. They are very hardy and normally have a very calm disposition. They are large-sized, and the hens will lay about 250 large, tinted eggs per year.
You can read more about the Pita Pinta Asturiana here - Greenfire Farms - Pita Pinta Asturiana.
We expect to ship these chicks on Monday, 10/16.
The winning bidder will receive a confirmation email at the close of the auction. Be prepared to receive your chicks within 1-3 days from your ship date. It is your responsibility to schedule and organize the pickup of your chicks. Please make sure your shipping address is correct on your RBA account.
The winning bidder pays $40 for shipping. We will ship the chicks via USPS Priority Express. Orders are not guaranteed to arrive overnight. We will combine orders if you win multiple auctions, if possible. Please pay promptly when the auction closes, and we will refund any unused shipping cost if we are able to combine your orders for shipping.
We cannot ship orders won at auction to Hawaii, we’re sorry! There is simply not enough time for us to apply for and obtain the required permit.
IN THE EVENT OF A SHORTAGE
If we are short on the hatch by a few chicks, we will refund you for the shortage and your order will still be shipped unless the shortage puts the shipment under our shipping minimum. If the hatch is significantly short, we will reschedule the order to a new hatch date. If you prefer to receive a breed substitution in the event of a shortage, please send us a message as soon as the auction closes.
Chicks will be vaccinated for Marek’s Disease unless you request otherwise.
Your copy of the NPIP VS form 9-3 will be attached to your shipping confirmation email for your records. We will file a copy with the state also. Our NPIP number is 58-1156-E.
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Greenfire Farms raises some of the rarest poultry breeds in the world; for more information about our farm, please visit our website - www.greenfirefarms.com