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Arizona Sulcata

We breed happy, healthy tortoises. Home of the FULL year health guarantee!

Tortoise Eggs

Hatch Your Own Tortoise!
100% Hatch Guaranteed!

**Customers had 100% hatch success in 2020, congrats everyone on a job well done!**

Pricing

Sulcata Eggs: $100 + Shipping

Leopard Eggs: $175 + Shipping


**Get $20 off each egg after the initial egg is purchased**

Availability

SOLD OUT for the 2020 season. Now taking pre-orders for the 2021 season which we expect to start around late Spring / early Summer. 

Information

Experience your tortoises first breath! There's no better way to guarantee your tortoise gets the best start to life than by doing it yourself! Tortoise eggs will need to be purchased in advance and will be shipped when they are within roughly a week of hatching (best estimate). I will personally make sure the egg is fertile and has a healthy heartbeat. Egg incubation takes months for tortoises but I will do most of the work for you and ship when it is nearly done being incubated.

100% Hatch Guaranteed!

I guarantee all my shipped tortoise eggs will hatch! If any egg does not hatch with 35 days of receiving it then you will be refunded for the cost of that egg so long as you used the correct incubator and followed my instructions. Pictures, video, and return of the egg may be required (at our own expense) to confirm validity of the claim. Due to the unknown nature of birth I cannot guarantee the health of any tortoise once it has hatched. Shipping costs are non-refundable. 

What you will need

1. Any still air incubator, I recommend the Hovabator 1602N.

2. An enclosure setup for it once it has hatched.

3. THAT'S IT!! Everything else you need will be shipped with the egg!

How to Incubate

Humidity: 80%

Temperature: 86 - 89 degrees F or 30 - 31.5 C

Tips: You will need a still air incubator (Hovobator 1602N) and DO NOT rotate the egg. Keep the egg in the same position it came shipped in. Once it has hatched keep it in the incubator on moist paper towels until its yolk sack has absorbed (roughly 2-3 days). Be sure to soak daily!