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 - $1.45 / Pullets - $1.35/ Ckls. - $1.70
The orpington has a heavy, broad body with a low stance. The broad, smooth feathers are fluffy, and the back is short and curvy. There are several common color varieties, including buff, black, blue, and white. Buff is the most common color variation; other colors may be hard to find.
St. Run only - $2.00
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 $2.25 / Pullets $2.60 / Ckls. 65¢
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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 - $2.50
. Black Sex Links are a cross between two of the best heritage breeds – Barred Rocks and Rhode Island Reds. The outcome is a very high egg production that can reach up to 300 eggs per year depending on the quality of care and feed as well as having a plump body.
St. Run -$2.25 / Pullets- $2.60 ckls. $.65