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The feathers on a Barred Rock, are black with white barring throughout. Barred Rocks are known as American’s oldest dual purpose, heritage breed, used primarily for excellent production of large brown eggs even in the summer heat.
- At maturity these pullets weigh 6 pounds and will begin laying at around 24 weeks.
- All our Barred Rock pullets are not debeaked and are free ranged on our farm
- Our Barred Rocks are fed daily with a specially made All Natural Feed ration
- These girls are all friendly since they are accustomed to being fed at a certain spot every day.
- Are fully vaccinated.
The name Black Australorps is an abbreviation for Australian Black Orpingtons. The Australorps have a solid black plumage with a beautiful green sheen, when standing in the sun. They are one of the most prolific egg producers of brown eggs. At maturity the females weigh 6# and start laying at approximately 24 weeks.
All our hens are fully vaccintated and are not debeaked for better foraging and maximum health.They are supplemented with a natural feed.
The Orpington breeds were developed in the 1880s. The Buff Orpington, is a well known breed with a rich, outstanding golden buff color. These large quiet dispositioned friendly birds have been a back-yard flock favorite for many years. They are also one of the most broody among the standard breeds and are excellent mothers and do great with children.
At maturity they weigh around 6 pounds and should start laying large brown eggs at approximately 24 weeks. These pullets are not debeaked for better foraging and they free range on our farm. We also feed them healthy rations of all natural chicken feeds. All have been fully vaccinated.
These Delaware started pullets are mostly white with black barring on their neck and tail feathers. They’re a medium sized docile bird weighing 5 1/2 pounds at maturity and usually start laying large brown eggs at about 24 weeks. Delawares are becoming a relatively rare heritage breed among poultry raisers making availability limited.
We free range our Delawares for maximum health. They are excellent foragers so debeaking is discouraged. We do not debeak our Delawares. They have been raised on a diet of foraged bugs and grass augmented by our own All Natural Chicken feed. All have been fully vaccinated.
A Rhode Island Red has a lustrous rich dark mahogany red with a dark tail. These pullets are one of the best dual-purpose breeds and a super choice for back-yard flocks. The birds are hardy and do excellent in a free range operation though they will also do well in confinement. They are a wonderful choice for production of large brown eggs at around 24 weeks of age. All have been fully vaccinated.
When this foundation breed matures, hens should weigh approximately 5 pounds. These birds are not debeaked but are free-ranged on grass for health and vitality.
The Silver Laced Wyandotte originated in New York. They are hardy and active dual purpose birds used for both eggs and meat but primarily for their brown eggs.
The sharply marked, silver laced plumage makes this bird a beautiful compliment to any back yard. The rose comb of Wyandottes are low and firm on the head with small rounded points, making them adaptable to colder climates.
The general appearance of Wyandottes is a short, deep, wide-bodied bird. The unusual striking color, pattern and docile nature make this variety a popular pick. An adult Wyandotte weighs around 5 to 6 pounds. Our pullets are full vaccinated for the prevention of diseases and they are not debeaked allowing them to peck at the bugs and grasses.