Frozen Chicks are a great meal for many different species of animal from birds of prey, exotic pets and even some reptiles. Day of chicks are available in pack sizes to suit every keeper or collection size; from small packs of 10 right the way up to 10kg boxes containing approximately 250 chicks.
Our frozen chicks are top quality and guaranteed to arrive in pefect condition meaning that you have the peace of mind that you will be getting the very best for your pets whilst also benefitting from the best value in the market.
Home delivery costs £9.99 per order containing frozen food regardless of its size. This allows us to use a next day courier and use packaging that will help your food remain frozen on its journey to you.
Local customers can also collect or take advantage of our local van delivery options, these will be shown at checkout based on your postcode.
We despatch our food on a next day service meaning it should never spend more than 24 hours in transit, we pack with insulation and either dry ice or frozen gel packs to ensure it remains frozen. We do ask that you are available to take your delivery at the first attempt and that it is unpacked immeditaly to be returned to the freezer, any delays to this will void our frozen delivery guarantee (for example you are not in to take the order on the first attempt).
Usage and health information
Keep frozen to store and defrost thoroughly before use. Frozen foods are raw meat products so should be treated as such (e.g. stored, prepared, defrosted etc away from other food products and surfaces or feeding tools disinfected after use, hands thoroughly washed with soap and water after handling etc).
As some customers will be aware, the Food Standards Agency in the UK has recently issued advice about salmonella in reptiles and feeder rodents. Whilst we are proud to offer only the very best quality frozen food (which we can confirm is neither supplied by or associated with any supplier or retailer that was part of that investigation), as a responsible retailer, we always advise customers that it is possible that frozen food (like the reptiles you keep) may carry salmonella. Whilst for the most part this will mean simply following good hygeine practices, higher risk groups may wish to take aditional precautions as they would do with the reptiles themselves. You can find out more about salmonella here.