Chickens

Minimum Order Of 25 If Ordering Chicks Only

We raise our own flocks of birds to make sure that you get the best of all birds. It is a family operation that ensures everything gets the best of care. Our flock manager makes suer that our birds are getting the best diet and that they are a quality bird. Our colored chickens have good markings that are required for their blood line which ensures high quality layers and grand champion at local and state fair. When ordering from us we base our sales on quality not quantity.

"New to the Nest"

BLUE LACED RED WYANDOTTES

 

A very rare color to have.  The Wayndottes are a docile dual purpose chicken.  The Blue Laced Red is a red color with a blue that looks gray around the edge of their feathers.  Can also be a splash red.  This chicken fits all your needs, from laying, to a good size for butchering.  A few in your flock is a must!

 

St Run Only - $7.00

BUFF ORPINGTON

 

Beautiful buff in color.  A large and very quiet breed.  They are also a very good cold weather layer.  This breed is an old time favorite for farm flocks and small backyard flocks.

 

St Run Only - $2.00

BLACK SEX LINKS

 

The Black Sex Links is another great layer.  A quiet hen that lays very well.  These chicks when hatched can be color sexed.  Pullets are completely black and the cocherals have a white spot on top of their heads.  When mature the hens have a gold coloring around their necks and tails.  The roosters make nice fryers.

 

St Run - $1.80 / Pullets - $2.35 / Clks - 65¢

SPECKLED SUSSEX

The Speckled Sussex is a dual purpose chicken.  Egg production is great.  Lay a large cream colored egg.  This chicken is very docile and beautiful looking.  They will forage very well also.  Can't say enough good about this chicken.  They will also show very well.

 

$2.50 St. Run Only

JUMBO CORNISH ROCKS

The FABULOUS TENDER BROAD-BREASTED CORNISH CROSS chicks are truly a meat-type bird with large drum sticks, broad breast, and are fast maturing. They may be used as fryers at a very young stage or let grow for a roasting bird. These birds are ready to be dressed in 6 to 7 weeks.

St. Run - $1.18 / Pullets - $1.10 / Ckls. - $1.35

To have a Cornish Game Hen, use the Jumbo Cornish Rock Pullets. Process when the live weight is 2-2 1/2 lbs.

SEX-LINK (Also known as Red Stars or Isa Browns)

The Golden Comet has been widely acclaimed in all areas where brown eggs are preferred. The reason is simple - they are one of the finest brown egg layers available today. They mature early and lay eggs of excellent size and quality. An extremely quiet bird that is able to withstand the colder, non-insulated laying houses. The chicks may be sexed by color - pullets red and roosters white. The mature pullet is golden red in color, but has some white showing throughout her neck and back. The cockerels are very similar to the white rock size and with very little color around the neck, wings, and tail. Good bird to raise without leg problems.

St. Run $1.80 / Pullets $2.45 / Ckls. 65¢

LAVENDER ORPINGTON

A picture perfect chicken. The Lanveder Orpington is a flock we've been hatching here at the hatchery for a couple of years - to get the right color and larger flock to offer to our customers. These hens (our girls) are a very docile large bird. Lay very well - large lite brown eggs. They have laid very well in the winter months also. Will make excellent setters. We can't say enough good things about the Lavender Orpingtons except they are Truly Picture Perfect.

St. Run Only - $9.00

AMERICAUNA

This breed belongs to the American Class. They do have tail feathers and muffs. Our hens lay different shades of blue and green eggs. It is said these eggs are low in cholesterol. All I know is they lay very well and beautiful colors.

St. Run Only - $2.25

BROWN LEGHORN (single comb)

Looking for a chicken to lay large white eggs?  This is the bird.  Brown Leghorns mature early, don't eat a lot and still lay eggs.  Large red combs and feathers are beautiful.  Hardy bird also.

 

$2.00 St. Run Only

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