Their eggs vary in shade from blue, green, olive, aqua and sometimes even pinkish. Easter Eggers are exceptionally friendly and a great choice for a family flock.
Yearly Egg Production 200-280 Large Blue Eggs, mature hen weighs 5.5 #’s
One of the most popular producers of large brown eggs and they are known for their persistence of lay even in hot weather.
Yearly Egg Production 250 Large Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 5.5 #’s
Have inspired many people to keep chickens as a hobby. Cochins are large birds with an abundance of feathers and a calm disposition.
Yearly Egg Production 160 Medium to Large Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 8 #’s
Hardy birds that mature quickly. Hens are good layers of large to jumbo brown eggs. They are a dual purpose breed that does well in free range operations or confinement.
Yearly Egg Production 280 Large to Extra Large Brown, mature hen weighs 7-8 #’s `
Beautiful Birds and excellent large brown egg layers. Their docile and quiet temperament also makes them great pets! Yearly Egg Production 200 Large to Extra Large Brown Eggs, mature hen weigh’s 8 #’s
Great layers that forage well. They are economical eaters that are friendly and easily handled. Many tend to get more speckles after each successive molt so they get prettier with age.
Yearly Egg Production 250 Large Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 5.5 #’s
A favorite among backyard flock owners for their dependable egg laying, easygoing nature, hardiness and the great variety of beautiful feather patterns available.
Yearly Egg Production 200 Large Brown Eggs, mature hen weigh’s 6.5 #’s
One of the most famous and all time popular breeds of truly American chickens.
Yearly Egg Production 260 large to XL Brown eggs, mature hen weigh’s 6-6.5 #’s
One of the most popular dual purpose chickens on small farms today. They are friendly, great layers of large eggs and able to withstand cold weather.
Yearly Egg Production 280 Large Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 7.5 #’s
The oldest true American Chickens. Good Brown Egg Layers and foragers. They are a hearty breed, making them good free range chickens.
Yearly Egg Production 230-275 Medium Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 6.5 #’s
A calm, easy going and slow growing chicken that will earn the name Giant. They will eventually weigh 10 to 13 pounds.
Yearly Egg Production 260 Large Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 10 #’s
Famous for their deep reddish brown egg color and many of the eggs are also speckled! Also, they are good foragers, meaning you will save on feed if you allow them to range freely.
Yearly Egg Production 180 Large Dark Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 6 #’s
"Chocolate Eggers" meaning their eggs are a Chocolate Brown color. If you value a colorful egg basket, Marans are a "MUST" for your flock!
Yearly Egg Production 160 Dark Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 7 #’s
Very rare and critically endangered in the U.S. they have a calm disposition and do well in a mixed flock. Many caim they eat ants including Fire Ants. We will be doing our own research. Stay tuned!
Yearly Egg Production 150 Brown Eggs. Mature hen weight 6.5 #’s.
Friendly, calm and dosile, they are a rare endangered breed that lay large plumb brown eggs.
Yearly Egg Production 200-220 Large Brown, mature hen weighs 7.5 #
The lovely Java is a critically endangered old breed, developed in America from Asian stock. In fact, the Java was used as a foundation to develop many American breeds, including the Rhode Island Red and the Plymouth Rock. They are calm and bear confinement well, but are also excellent foragers.
Yearly Egg Production 150-200 Large Brown, mature hen weighs 7.5 #'s
Large chickens that make ideal pets as they are quiet, gentle and easy to handle. They make great mothers and love to hatch eggs!
Yearly Egg Production 180 Large Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 9.5 #’s
Are curious, calm and friendly. They thrive in the winter and are reported to be very good mousers. They are persistent and constant foraging when on free range.
Yearly Egg Production 200 Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 5 #'s
Are sought after for their dark brown eggs. This beautiful bird is hardy and quiet and doesn't mind being confined.
Yearly Egg Production 180 - 200 Large Brown Eggs, mature hen weighs 6 #'s
Are sweet, beautiful exhibition birds known for their “hairdos” as they have mops of feathers on top of their head. White egg layers of small to medium size eggs.
Yearly egg production 150 white eggs, mature hen weight 4.5#’s
Ancona is a close relative to the Leghorn that is often referred to as the Mottled Leghorn. A hardy white egg layer that is a good forager when free to range.
Yearly egg production 200-250 white eggs per year, mature hen size 4.5 #’s
Are a rare ancient breed of crested chicken. Eggs are large white to slightly tinted in color. The Brabanter has tuft feathers down the center of her head that makes her appear to be sporting a Mohawk. They have muffs and beards. A hardy chicken that does well as free-range birds and in confinement. The Brabanter is a relatively docile chicken.
Yearly egg production 150 white eggs, mature hen weight 5.5 #’s
Are a reddish to chestnut colored hybrid that lays a large light green egg. If you are looking for a bird that will lay like a leghorn, but you want green eggs, these are the way to go. Outstanding feed to egg conversion
Yearly egg production 280 green eggs per year, mature hen size 4 #’s.
Young Rio Grande Wild Turkeys are active and easy to raise. They grow fast and can eat your destructive grasshoppers, ticks (including those which carry Lyme Disease) and other insects. They are so colorful, friendly and fun. Every farm needs a flock of Rio Grande Wild Turkeys!
Keep your new poults in a safe coop for a while before releasing them to ensure they get used to your place. After a few months they require very little attention and will take care of themselves by hustling for their food.
Rio Grande Turkeys have a short breeding season, and are sold late Spring thru Early Summer. We already have a waiting list started for the 2018 hatch.
Young Guinea Fowl are known as "keets", and are very active and easy to raise. They grow fast and can eat your destructive grasshoppers, ticks (including those which carry Lyme Disease) and other insects. Guineas are also a great snake deterrent and make a great "alarm system", so everyone needs a flock of guineas! You should keep your new keets in a safe coop for a while before releasing them, to ensure they know where home is. After a couple of months, they require very little attention and will take care of themselves by hustling for their food.
Guinea Fowl lay eggs during the Spring and Summer so these are the seasons we sell keets. Adult Guineas are sold all year long.
You are welcome to to choose your birds directly from the barn where all of our birds are raised. We welcome kids of all ages and look forward to our customer visits.
Your birds come with a lifetime of customer service and support. We are always just a phone call, text or email away.
When we sell you a pullet (young hen) we guarantee it is a female. If it crows we will give you your money back or replace it. Because our business revolves around pullets, we make standard breed cockerels (young Roosters) available free to our pullet customers (limit 2 per customer) when available. Exception: Rare breed cockerels are sold, prices starting at $10 each.