Here is a list of breeds we will be getting in. Please feel free to ask when we will be getting the breed you like.

Production Red

Production Red Use: Eggs Eggs:290+ Temperament: Can be Flighty Production reds are a breed developed for the purpose of efficient production of large brown eggs. Production reds sometimes called cherry eggers produce the largest eggs of any of the dual purpose brown egg breeds and crosses. Mature hens weigh only about 5 pounds and because of this small body size do not produce a large amount of fowl meat following their use as laying hens.

Ideal 236

Ideal 236 Use: Eggs Eggs:236 Temperament: Hardy The Ideal 236 is a breed cross layer developed by Ideal Poultry in the 1960’s and is the most productive, efficient layer sold by Ideal. The breed was specifically bred to be resistant to Mareks disease and although not a show bird a very high producing vigorous breed, with the ability to lay high quality eggs (exterior) for a long period of time without molting.

Buff Orpington

Buff Orpington Use: Eggs/Meat Eggs:190 Temperament: : Quiet, broody, docile Orpingtons are raised as a general purpose fowl, producing a heavy carcass and plenty of brown eggs. Buff Orpingtons are a golden variety of the breed which are easy to dress and have pinkish white skin. Their heavy full plumage make them excellent winter layers. They can do well in both confinement or free range. They are quite, docile and even somewhat affectionate. They are very cold-hardy and mature quickly.

Cornish Cross

Cornish Cross Use: Meat Eggs: N/A Temperament: Quite Size:12-15 Lb Cornish Rocks are fast growing broiler crosses that are efficient meat producers. When broiler rations are fed, producers can expect a six pound broilers in six weeks or less.

Barred Plymouth Rock

Barred Plymouth Rock Use: Eggs/Meat Eggs:250-280 Temperament:Calm, Friendly, Smart Barred Plymouth Rocks are one of America’s oldest and most popular breeds (1869). They are an excellent dual purpose breed, known for their efficient production of large brown eggs. They are good winter layers, cold hardy, heat hardy, and are moderate foragers. All of their plumage is black and white barred males are lighter.

Crested Specials

Crested Specials Use: Ornamental Eggs:200 Temperament: Tame, but may be timid This breed is adorned with large crests that nearly cover the entirety of the head. This crest limits their vision, and as a result can affect their temperament. Thus, though normally tame, they may be timid and easily frightened. Polish chickens are bred primarily as a show bird, but were originally productive egg layers. Accordingly, Polish rarely go broody and are noted for their white eggs.

Cuckoo Maran

Cuckoo Maran Use: Eggs, Meat Eggs:150 Temperament: Quiet, Docile The Marans, French: Poule de Marans, is a breed of chicken from the port town of Marans, in the département of Charente-Maritime, in the Poitou-Charentes region of western France. A favourite at poultry shows, it is a dual purpose fowl known both for its extremely dark eggs and fine meat qualities

Ameraucana

Ameraucana Use: Eggs, Meat Eggs:250 Temperament: Broody Ameraucanas, known as the, are a multicolored breed. They have beards, muffs and a normal tail with a tail head. They are often incorrectly called Araucanas, which have ear tuffs, are rumpless, and do not have a tail head which gives them a bunny tail appearance. Most of the chicks sold as Araucanas are really Ameraucanas, which are excellent, efficient producers of large blue eggs.

Black Australorp

Black Australorp Use: Eggs/Meat Eggs:250 Temperament: Hardy, Docile The Australorp is a chicken breed of Australian origin, developed as utility breed with a focus on egg laying. It achieved world wide popularity in the 1920s after the breed broke numerous world records for number of eggs laid and has been a popular breed in the western world since. It is considered the honorary National Chicken Breed of Australia.

Barnevelder

Barnevelder Use: Eggs/Show Eggs:180-200 Temperament: Quite This beautiful bird has a single comb is hardy and quiet and doesn’t mind being confined. The plumage is very tight and of nice texture. Much of the plumage is either black, reddish brown and has a lustrous greenish black lacing of black with reddish brown edging. The plumage is a double laced partridge pattern. They are hardy birds, good foragers, and decent for meat. Good winter layers with dark brown eggs.

Wellsummer

Wellsummer Use: Eggs/Show Eggs:180+ Temperament: Friendly, active The Welsummer is a large, upright, active bird with a broad back, full ;breast, large full tail and single comb. Welsummers have a docile and friendly personality. The famed Kellogg's Rooster was a Welsummer chicken. The Welsummer roosters are glorious with their beautiful shades of red and black. They are a fast growing bird and a very rare breed in the United States.

Cochin

Cochin Use: Ornamental Eggs:160 Temperament: Friendly, Calm, Quiet As a very distinctive breed of chicken, it apparently created a bit of a craze among poultry lovers in the English-speaking world, effectively launching poultry fancy as we know it today. Not only was this breed one of the largest seen, with cocks weighing up to 5 kg (11 lb), but also its soft and very plentiful plumage, similar to the Japanese Silkie, makes the bird conspicuous by exaggerating its already large size.

Silkie

Silkie Use: Ornamental Eggs:100 Temperament: : Friendly, Calm In addition to their distinctive physical characteristics, Silkies are well known for their calm, friendly temperament. It is among the most docile of poultry. Hens are also exceptionally broody, and care for young well. Though they are fair layers themselves, laying only about three eggs a week, they are commonly used to hatch eggs from other breeds and bird species due to their broody nature.

Rhode Island Reds

Rhode Island Reds Use: Eggs/Meat Eggs:260 Temperament: Hardy The Rhode Island Red is an American breed of domestic chicken. It was developed in the late nineteenth century in Massachusetts and Rhode Island by cross-breeding birds of Oriental origin such as the Malay with brown Leghorn birds from Italy. It was formerly a dual-purpose breed, raised both for meat and for eggs; modern strains have been bred for their egg-laying abilities.

Golden Sex Link

Golden Sex Link Use: Eggs Eggs:290+ Temperament: Calm Developed as a Rhode island hybrid this is an efficient layer that is quick to mature. This cross is one of the most popular for use in commercial laying operations for large brown eggs however they do make good foragers as well. Being a sex linked variety of chicken the males and females are born with distinctive coloration differences meaning that it is nearly impossible to accidentally take home a rooster.

Black Sex Links

Black Sex L Use: Eggs Eggs:290+ Temperament: Calm Black Sex Links are a breed cross using Rhode Island Red males and Barred Plymouth Rock females. The male chicks have a white spot on the top of their heads and can be separated from the solid black female chicks when they hatch. This cross, which is used in commercial layer operations, is an efficient producer of large brown eggs. They have excellent livability, and hens from this cross weigh about 5 1/2 lbs. and can be salvaged for fowl meat.

Red Sex Link

Red Sex Link Use: Eggs Eggs:290+ Temperament: Calm Red Sex Links are a breed cross using Rhode Island Red males and Delaware females. The females are primarily red while the males are primarily white; therefore, the sexes can be separated immediately following hatching. This layer is used in many commercial layer operations. They have excellent livability, and are very efficient producers of large brown eggs. Mature hens will weigh about 5 1/2 lbs. and can be salvaged for fowl meat.

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