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Mahanaim Farm 

Creating a future from the past

  About us/About our eggs

We are located in beautifully Camp, Arkansas.

Our little farm is named Mahanaim (Cool old Bible word that means two camps.

We are homesteaders (A Somewhat self sufficient, self maintaining family farm).

So the money we earn here goes to preserve our little farm and our way of life for ourselves and 

our children (G-d willing grandchildren).

We have five children, 24,22,20 ,9 and 8, only one is a girl…lol

We are home schooling two of our children, currently.

Our family are active and supportive members of 4-H members.

On our farm we have 300 plus chickens, 50 plus ducks, 37 some geese,

A few hundred quails (it’s canning time), 20 or so doves (white and regular),

a peacocks, more pigeons than I can count without an abacus.

A  Jacob sheep (sheep of the bible), four horns rule...

A mini spotted Jack.

Three very spoiled Horses.

A herd of cats and three dogs.

Plus all the wild animals that eat here with them.

Here is my email address and my phone number 870-321-6859

When emailing Please place hatching eggs in the subject box .

If calling leave a message I will call you back on my dime.

If you are having a hard time .

Maybe you need help with your farm ,

or maybe have questions that you need answered, just ask.

That is why we are here, we are all in this together.

Be Blessed 



Your personal hatch rate will depend on many different things, such as temperature, turnings, humidity and such.

Because of this no one can guarantee a real hatch rate.

Our chickens (male and female) roam free during the day at night we put them up to bed with all the love any parent would.

We say a blessing over them to G-d for the joy they have brought to our lives as well as eggs and meat.

They are spoiled well fed and overly loved.

We have a full incubator; all of our little darlings look great as we have been candling them every few days.

Only the Freshest eggs will be shipped, I collect them three times daily (most of the time more).

Each Egg will be Bubble wrapped and carefully boxed for safe arrival to you!

Shipping is done though the U.S. Postal Service Priority Mail.

I can not ship these little loves outside of the US, sorry.  I do ship to Alaska and Hawaii!

Be Blessed  from all of us here at Mahanaim Farm and Ranch




Below is a  basic look at how we wrap our has taken us years to figure out that this is the safest and best way to ship them safely.

After the last step above the boxes are padded again and sealed than they are shipped with great love from our door to yours....

Americana's and nothing but....Blue and Green eggs....



We have many different and wonderful birds in our little flock. Our hens are little charmers, sweet, and friendly. Most lay an almost sky blue egg.  Big eggs, blue inside and out.

This past season we added golden americana or arcana are also sweet well-mannered birds, beautiful gold and brown feathers they lay bright blue eggs. These as all my americanas has blue feet or green and in some cases willow colored feet and puffy check, and yes and their entire vertebra.

They are just darling…

Our blue/gray americanas are an odd ball color that we are very proud of and hope to breed many more. We also have a few black and or americanas and a few reds and a few splash colors that all  lay various shades of blue/green eggs.

Our birds are highly sought after and have been winners at many County Fairs and 4-H events.

Ours have been bred to eat up all the little pests you might have laying around.  Some examples are ticks, scorpions, snakes and almost any bug, or small critter that they may come across (including mice...Yuck!). Their moms and dads keep this six plus acres squeaky clean...

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Americana Eggs are  $21.00 a dozen and include priority shipping.  

          If you need fewer eggs or a lot more like 6 dozen, just email me.   

Available now!

Updated 3-12-2015



       You can also email me at: to place an order.

                                    Fresh Eggs gathered three times a day...and done with love!                                  


       Note our wonderful eggs in the basket, these are ours.        


 So our these....


No the mom is not a silkie, a friend placed some of our eggs under his wife's broody hen as a special surprise. 

  They are so cute!

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Some of our babies from this seasons hatch...

I myself love these birds they are sweet and well mannered, easy to care for and a joy to watch. 

They will brood any type of egg and make great moms.

Our silkies are flock bred you will great a great mix of color.

We have buff, blue, black, white, splash, partridge and Cuckoo and try to add other colors are they become available.


The information below comes from:

Silkies are one of the oldest breeds of chicken. It is unknown exactly where or when fowl with their singular combination of attributes first appeared, but the most well documented point of origin is China. Other places in Southeast Asia have been named as possibilities, such as India and Java.[1] The earliest surviving written account of Silkies comes from Marco Polo, who wrote of a furry chicken in the 13th century, during his travels in Asia.[2] In 1599, Ulisse Aldrovandi, a writer and naturalist at the university of Bologna, Italy published a comprehensive treatise on chickens which is still read and admired today. In it, he spoke on "wool-bearing chickens" and ones "clothed with hair like that of a black cat".[3]

A black Silkie hen and her chick. The breed is renowned for its broodiness and mothering abilities

Silkies most likely made their way to the West via the Silk Route and maritime trade. The breed was recognized officially in the North America via acceptance in to the Standard of Perfection in 1874 (the first year of publication).[4] Once Silkies became more common in the West, many myths were perpetuated about them. Early Dutch breeders told buyers they were the offspring of chickens and rabbits,[5] while sideshows promoted them as having actual mammalian fur.[6]

In the 21st century, Silkies are one of the most popular and ubiquitous ornamental breeds of chicken. They are often kept as ornamental or pet chickens by backyard keepers and in zoos, and are also often used to incubate and raise the offspring of other poultry (including waterfowl like ducks and geese) and game birds such as quail and pheasants.[7]


Silkies are often considered a bantam breed, but this varies according to region, and many breed standards class them officially as large fowl. Almost all North American strains of the breed are bantam sized, but in Europe the large is the original version. However, even "large" Silkies are relatively small chickens, with standard size males weighing only four pounds (1.8 kilos), and females weigh three pounds (1.36 kilos).[8] The American Standard of Perfection calls for males that are 36 ounces (1 kilo), and females that are 32 ounces (910 grams).[9]

Silkie plumage is unique among chicken breeds; Silkie-like feathering may appear as a recessive mutation in individuals of other varieties, but no other true breed has it. It has been compared to silk,[10] and to fur. Their feathers lack functioning barbicels, and are thus similar to down on other birds. The overall result is a soft, fluffy appearance.[11]


Silkies most likely originate in China, but other Southeast Asian countries are also sometimes proposed. The first written account of the breed by a white European comes from Marco Polo, who mentioned chickens with fur-like plumage in his Asian travelogues in the 13th century.

All Silkies have black skin, bones and grayish-black meat; their Chinese language name is wu gu ji (烏骨鷂[13], literally "crow boned chicken"), meaning "black-boned chicken".[14] Melanism which extends beyond the skin into an animal's connective tissue is a rare trait, and the Silkie is one of only a handful of chickens to exhibit it. Disregarding color, the breed does not generally produce as much as the more common meat breeds of chicken.[15]

Silkies lay a fair number of cream-colored eggs, but production is often interrupted due to their extreme tendency to go broody; a hen will produce 100 eggs in an ideal year. Their capacity for incubation, which has been selectively bred out of most egg-laying fowl, is often exploited by poultry keepers by allowing Silkies to raise the offspring of other birds. In addition to being good mothers, Silkies are universally renowned for their calm, friendly temperament. They do well in confinement, and interact very well with children. This docility can cause Silkies to be bullied by more active or aggressive birds when kept in mixed flocks.[16]


I bet you can tell I love these guys....  :)

Eggs are  $21.00 a dozen and include priority shipping.  

         If you need fewer eggs or a lot more like 6 dozen, just email me.   

Available now!

Updated 3-12-2015

You can pay using Pay Pal or by Postal Money Order. 

 We also except trades in most cases...

       You can also email me at: to place an order.



Surprise Dozens 

You get a mixed dozen of what ever is laying on the farm...

This includes chickens, ducks, geese.  This is a great way to get you own little farm up and running.

Email me today and find out who's laying.....



Cost by the dozen is just $39.00 and includes shipping.

List of birds currently laying that could be included in you mixed dozen:



Mucovy Ducks

Toulouse/African geese

OEG Blues or Oeg Self Blues


                You can pay using Pay Pal or by Postal Money Order. 

 We also except trades in most cases...

       You can also email me at: to place an order

OEG self blue Dutch Bantams

This is my prime roo curly...He is our greatest little love and quite the little spit fire.



  We once had a huge, aggressive Wellsomers roo and Curley nearly killed him...

So we gave him ( The wellsomers) away. 

Curly his lady's and our other two non related roos are all quite the charmers.

I went threw a great deal of trouble to buy from many different breeders to get unrelated birds to breed with and now have a nice flock to breed from.

A little more about them:

Our Self blue OEG ( Old English Game birds) are true Bantams and true blue.

They are a lovely powder blue-described by some as slate blue. 

They lay a slightly tinted egg.

Full grown they weigh about 22 ounces for a hen and 24 for a roo.

I love our and I know you will be very happy with these little charmers.


This year we will be able to sell a few dozen of our prize winning darlings.


These birds are very productive, small lovely and a wonderful edition to any farm collection.

By the egg the cost before shipping is $5.00

6 eggs are $30.00 which includes priority shipping.

A dozen is $60.00 which includes priority shipping.

Limited Available ...

Please contact me to see if they are laying.

updated 3-12-2015

Please contact us directly to order these little darlings...Thank you!

 Eggs will be shipped on a first come first served basis and only when weather permits.

Old English Blue Game birds


The are in the same line as the self blue, but are not dominate blue.  

You will get lemon yellow in part of whole, blue, black, and maybe speckle blue.  

They are small sweet birds that make a wonderful addition to any farm.

They lay a slightly tinted egg.

These are a slight bit larger than our self blues.

These eggs are available for $21.00


Muscovy Ducks





Muscovys are the only domestic ducks that are not derived from Mallard stock. They are a South American species.    Males are huge, weighing up to twelve pounds, with the  females grow to be about seven  Their feet have strong sharp claws and are built to grasp, so that they can perch on branches, this makes them sort of hard to deal with sometimes.  Muscovy's will often fly up and roost.

why own Muscovy's and what are they really good for, click on the link and article below.

Price per dozen 30.00 and includes shipping.

Available now!

Updated 3-12-2015

Order will be shipped as soon as eggs become available!

You will be notified by phone or email before they ship.

You can pay using Pay Pal or by Postal Money Order.  We also except trades...

Email me at: to place an order.                                 



                                Toulouse Geese /African Gray Geese                                      



       Toulouse Geese crossed with African grays.

You could get full African grays or full Toulouse or a mixture of the two.

The mix creates calmer, more gentle birds that will lay abundant eggs and help to keep your farm and yard maintained.  

These are the cheapest and best lawn mowers you could ever want.  

Once they are fledged you need only provide water and love and watch them grow and reproduce.


The cost for these amazing creatures is a mere $5.00 per egg. Shipping is extra. 

 Now Available! 

Updated 3-12-2015

Order will be shipped as soon as eggs become available!

You will be notified by phone or email before they ship.




                                            Cayuga Ducks


This is one of the breeds of duck developed in North America their origin is lake Cayuga, in New York State. It is thought to have been breed from the large black ducks that have been coming to the lake since the 1850's. It is a hardy and quiet breed. These ducks are best known for their plumage, which is a brilliant greenish-black. They are quite amazing to see in the sunlight.

These ducks are great for eating and for egg laying, laying 100 or more eggs a year.

Early in the season, Cayuga eggs are usually black or dark gray, or even green fading to light gray or blue over the laying season.

                                        Cayuga egg                 Here is a chicken egg next to a Cayuga egg 

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This is on e of the oddest Cayuga eggs we have ever's lovely!


Early in the season, Cayuga eggs are usually black or dark gray, fading to light gray or blue over the laying season

Currently unavailable! 

Updated 3-12-2015

Order will be shipped as soon as eggs become available!

You will be notified by phone or email before they ship.


$39.00 per dozen including Priority shipping.



 Helmeted Guineas

We have a full range of colors on these little guys.

Lavender, blue gray, buff, white and brown, so you could get all the colors or just a few.

Although they are not laying yet and most likely will not be until at least May.

I am taking reserve orders for them.

By the dozen they will be $30.00 which includes priority shipping.

Available Soon!

Updated 3-12-2015

Order will be shipped as soon as eggs become available!

You will be notified by phone or email before they ship.


Don't forget to check out our new hydroponics book that is available on Amazon as a kindle book!


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Mahanaim Farm
Shekhinah Raziel Davis
74 Black Hawk Lane
Camp, Arkansas

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