We are sold out for April and May. The next available ship date is June 20th and June 27th. We will not ship the July 4th week.
We ship to 49 states almost every week of the year.
Read more about our Started Pullets.
Here are some of the breeds we have available to ship.
I have got to let you know, the birds were in excellent health and vigor upon arrival. They fared well from traveling and love their new digs, a chicken truck. They had an excellent first night and acclimated well.
Thank you for your most excellent care. I certainly will be recommending you to others. Thank you. God bless you.
Dear B&D Family,
Hi, Just wanted to let you know our chickens arrived this morning - all are active and eating and drinking and look none the worse for having traveled such a distance. Loved the apple slices in the box and so did the chickens. This has been a great experience - thank you so much.
About Heritage Pullets
We are a family owned and operated business offering over 10 varieties of poultry that can be shipped right to your local post office. It’s our mission to provide you with quality poultry for showing, enjoyment, eggs or even pets. We will be glad to accommodate any size order and mix match multiple breeds. We are happy for the opportunity to serve you! Read More...
~The Brandstadt Family
Some Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Started Pullet?
A “Started Pullet” is a female chicken between 15 and 24 weeks of age. She is at the “point of lay”, that is within a few weeks she will begin to start laying.
What are Pullets?
A pullet is a young female chicken less than a year old. Once a female chicken starts laying, we refer to her as a hen, regardless of the age.
What do Started Pullets cost?
Depending on the age and the breed, started pullets cost between $20 and $45 each. The main cost in purchasing started pullets is the cost of the shipping.
What age chickens should I buy?
A Started Pullet is at the perfect age to purchase. After she leaves our farm, she will have a few weeks to get settled in at her new home before she starts laying. This will give her the opportunity to learn where the food and water are located, as well as the location of the laying box.
Do you sell roosters?
YES ! We occasionally have roosters or cockerels for sell. Please email us a
firstname.lastname@example.org for availability.
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