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15-Egg Split Quail Tri-Fold

FHPBL-QTF-1-30

Regular price $45.00

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Quail Egg Carton | Plastic 15-Egg Tri-Fold

General Information

  • Made from recycled BPA free RPET plastic, 100% recyclable
  • 30-egg twin-15 tri-fold carton
  • Only available in un-labeled plastic

Label Features

  • Un-Labeled

Dimensions

  • Quail eggs
  • Carton dimensions (LxW): 11.875" x 4"
  • Split Carton dimensions (LxW): 5.9375" x 4"
  • Cell dimensions (WxH): 1" x 1.8125
  • Carton weight (ounces): 1.50
  • Available Label Space (LxW): 5" x 3"
  • How we measure our Egg Cartons!

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 6 reviews
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      Healthier Quail Eggs
      When are being separated for packing they brake or ripped off the top

      In general they are good thank you

      Hi there, thank you for your review! We appreciate all the feedback we receive. We are sorry to hear that these cartons lids are tearing when you are separating them from each other. Would you be able to send us over some photos to our email of where they are tearing? This is definitely something we can look further into this and see if it is something that can be resolved in the manufacturing process. Our email address is info@eggcartons.com.

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      Rick Thompson
      Would love bigger ones

      These are great. One thing that would be awesome is if we could get a carton that allowed for a bit bigger egg. We raise a Jumbo coturnix quail and our eggs tend to be larger than standard quail eggs. Only about 30% or so fit in the Cartons we currently get.

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      Ida Morris
      Don't fit all my eggs

      We have jumbo quail eggs. All my eggs don't fit in these plastic cartons

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      Fred frey
      Good but like pulp better

      I find that plastic cartons hold my eggs ok, but I don't like the closures on them as much as pulp . Very interested in pulp - plastic slips makes it hard to stack them.

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      SUSAN NORMAN
      Great for beginners

      I am just starting on my adventure of raising quail for meat and eggs and ducks for eggs. I have a ways to go but I am trying to prepare while I think of my needs before I need them. I was very happy with the sizes available and the prices. I will be able to really give a working report in about 6-9months.

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