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|On Jul 6, 2015, micnic Brattleboro, VT wrote:
We love Hoovers. The only mistake they ever made with us was accidentally sending a batch in March when it was supposed to be MAY. They arrived healthy even though there was a big snow storm. Then they sent the ones in May at no charge with an apology. We wouldn't get chicks from any other company. I am very sorry anyone had a bad experience. and, PS, you really can feed Cornish too much... give them that 8 hour break and everyone is better for it...We are very happy customers in southern VT.
|On Feb 26, 2013, LAFarmboy Rosemead, CA wrote:
I oredered 50 chickens for my new back yard coop and yard.
|On Jul 13, 2010, rollyro wrote:
We ordered 25 Easter egger pullets from Hoovers a couple of months ago and couldnt be happier with the birds or the customer service. They shipped the birds when they said they would and they were in my post office the next morning. They sent 2 two extra birds that were the same kind as we ordered, not a different breed or sex that we didnt want. All 27 arrived alive. I did cull one the first day and another a couple of days later. Many people would probably have raised these birds but I dont put up with stragglers. This is no fault of Hoovers as there are weaklings in every bunch no matter what it is or who breeds it. ALL 25 turned out to be pullets and are healthy and absolutely gorgeous!
|On Apr 5, 2008, eildtcher South Lyon, MI wrote:
My family has been purchasing chicks for years from Hovers Hatchery. Every year the kids enter the broilers into the local 4-H Fair. And every year we win!!! Grand Champion, second, third. They are so proud. They are the best in the county. We prove it every year.
|On Mar 1, 2007, rhomestead Plattsburgh, NY wrote:
Have been extremely pleased with Hoover's. We have had their Cornish cross, red sex links, barred rocks, white rocks, buff orpingtons, black sex links, and americaunas. We settled on the red sex links and americaunas for layers. The birds would get here sometimes within one day (they are in Iowa and we are in upstate New York), almost always within two days.
|On Jun 8, 2006, lacamo East Ryegate, VT wrote:
We have ordered broiler chicks and some layers for 4 or 5 years now and have been extremely pleased with the quality and health of the birds as well as the excellent customer service. A big improvement over the local feed store!
|On Apr 8, 2006, chickenman Somerset, PA wrote:
I've ordered egg layers, broilers, and most recently ducklings from Hoover's Hatchery. They sell quality poultry, and are quick to resolve any problems. I ordered some Cal White pullets one year. Later that year when they started laying, they layed brown eggs. I informed Hoovers that they had sent me white rocks instead of Cal Whites. My next poultry order included the Cal whites free of charge.