Plymouth Rocks are recognized by their black and white stripes. Hens are a 6-7 lb. hardy, duel purpose bird ideal for small flocks due to their productivity, friendly personalities, and tolerance for moderately cold climates.

 

(5) Pullets $20. Born 12/14/20

(20) Chicks $12 each.  Born 2/1/21

 

Current pictures from 2/14/21 at bottom of this page.

Call or text Brad 973-978-8311

Golden Laced Wyandotte were recognized by the APA in 1888 Wyandottes are cold hardy, duel purpose birds laying 200 brown eggs per year. Hens are beautiful, gentle, and 6-7 lbs. at maturity.

Current picture from 2/14/21 at bottom of page.

(6) Pullets $20. Born 12/14/20

(20) Chicks $12. Born 2/1/21

 Black Australorps were recognized by the APA in 1929 they were developed in Australia in the early 1900's and still hold records for egg laying.  Hens are large, gentle, cold hardy, dual purpose birds laying up to 200 eggs per year weighing 6.5-8 lbs. at maturity.

Crows are a natural enemy of hawks.  Having Australorps in your flock may prevent hawk attacks because the hawks mistake them for crows. We will be conducting that experiment in March 2021.

Current age picture at bottom of page.

(8) Pullets $20. Born 12/14/20

 Welsummers are Dutch birds named after the village of Welsum Holland, they were imported just over a century ago and are rare in the US. Hardy birds and great foragers, Welsummers are prized for producing beautiful eggs that are always unique in appearance. Mature hens weigh 6 pounds and produce up to 200 brown speckled eggs per week.

(15) Chicks $15. Born 2/1/21

Welsummer Roosters are beautiful and one named Cornelius can be found on the Kellog Corn Flakes Box.

(1) Chick $15. Born 2/1/21

Speckled Sussex chicks arrive 3/5/21. They are a superb dual purpose heavy breed developed in England in the late 19th century. Calm, beautiful, and excellent foragers, they make great show birds and mothers. They lay 200+ light brown eggs per year. Hens weigh 7 pounds at maturity. 

 Silver Laced Wyandotte were named after the Wendat Native American Tribe, mature quickly, and are an elegant, docile, dual purpose, cold hardy bird. Mature hens weigh 6.5 pounds and will lay up to 200 brown eggs per year.

 

(20) Chicks $12. Born 2/1/21

Bourbon Red Heritage Turkeys were developed in Pa/Ky in the late 19th century. They are good foragers that enjoy pasture. They are heavy breasted with superb meat flavor and quality reaching maturity in 24-28 weeks at 23 lbs for Toms and 14lbs for hens.

 

Chicks arrive here 4/3/21.

Broad Breasted turkeys are fast growing and beautiful with Toms reaching 38 lbs and hens 26 lbs. in 18 weeks. 

Chicks arrive here 4/3/21.

Black Spanish Heritage turkeys are beautiful, fast growing birds reaching maturity in 24-28 weeks and laying at 9 months with Toms normally processed weighing 23 lbs and hens 14 lbs.

 

Chicks arrive here 4/3/21 

Chocolate Heritage Turkeys were common in the south prior to 1860 and are now uncommon. These birds reach processing weight in 24-28 weeks with toms weighing 23 lbs. and hens weighing 14 lbs.

Chicks arrive here 4/3/21

Brown Chinese Geese are decedents of Asian Swan Geese.  They are good weeders, guard geese, layers and produce the least greasy meat. They weigh 9-10.5 pounds at maturity which takes 2 years. They were on George Washington's farm at Mt Vernon.

 

7 Goslings arrive here 6/4/21 but we can increase the order if you are interested.

Plymouth Rock, Golden Laced Wyandotte, Black Australorp pullets born 12/14/20 on premise.

Below are pics from 2/14/21. They are curious and friendly.

Golden Laced Wyandotte pullet at 9 weeks.

Black Australorp pullet at 9 weeks.  Notice the gray feet.

Plymouth Rock pullet at 9 weeks

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