I got some brine shrimp eggs from brineshrimpeggs.com yesterday.
Brineshrimpeggs.com is run by a forum member here, lennyboy222.
The website has a lot of features like as help forum and a blog.
Shipping was fast, and I was nervous I wasn't prepared.
I just used one of my 2-liter bottles I was going to use with yeast for CO2. (hole in the top for aquarium tubing, cut the bottom off, inverted it and attached it to an air pump.
I didn't have an airstone, either. I placed a CFL light bulb real close to the bottle. (the bottle was inverted into a pitcher, to hold the bottle upside down and not squeeze the tubing)
I simple dropped the eggs in the fresh water, and about 2 minutes later added about a tablespoon of rock salt.
lo and behold, I had a ton of bbs in 24 hours.
I would know most hatched, because there were very few eggs in the bottom when I siphoned the shrimp off.
10 Grams Brine Shrimp Eggs are $5 shipped
120 grams (4 oz) are $20 shipped.
He has other sizes, but I wouldn't order more than 120 grams for my guppies- the 10grams I ordered will last me a month and a half.
The prices are fair, IMO, and will definately buy from him again next winter.
(when its warm I prefer mosquito larvae)
He also has brine shrimp food, which I've never seen before. Probably more nutritious than yeast for the little guys....