Protect your chickens- Fencing/Netting your chicken yard
Our small brooder can carry up to 8.
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Four Months old $ 22.00
Three Months Old $ 18.00
Our 4' x 6' coop can carry up to 18 youngs.
4' x10' up to 15 big hens
Our 4' by 4' coop can carry up to 6.
4' by 6' coop can
carry up to 8~10.
From Free Range Hen
The Americaunas chicks
are strong, growing fast
and maturing quickly.
They are considered to be
but mostly egg layers.
~One of our 4x6 coops contains eight
healthy young Ameraucanas,
which have been lying about six eggs
almost every day this winter~ : )
Check out our brooders
The next chicks will be hatched on 2/10/2017
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In the city
In the country
20+ big flock
A comprehensive description of many of the most popular breeds.
As Gail Damerow wrote in her book, Storey's Guide to Raising Chickens , " The "BEST" Breed for you depends on your reasons for having chickens - for meat or eggs or both, for a touch of beauty in your yard... etc
One notable concern we all have is climate tolerance. Here are some facts regarding differences between Rhode Island Reds and Buff Orpingtons.
Use Eggs, Meat Eggs,Meat
Eggshell color Brown Brown
Egg size Lg.-XLg. Lg.-XLg.
Hen size Heavy Heavy
Eggs Layed 220 250
Climate Cold-Hardy Cold-Hardy
Broody Yes No
Special Meat quality Meat quality
Characteristics Calm and docile Active yet docile
* Chart Info from "CHICK DAY" by Jenna Woginrich, page 114.
BREED ORPINGTON RHODE ISLAND
The adult Ameracaunas are cold-hardy, Gentle and calm personality, milder in noise levels,
and lay the famous blue, green and pink Easter eggs. (They're very tasty too!)
According to the book, CHICKENS, by Derek Hall (Chartwell Books, Inc.),
Australorps are "Hardy and docile, they are smaller and neater than the Orpingtons from which it derived.
The Australorps isn't a good flier, even though it is quite active and likes to range free, so fencing does not need to be too high to contain the bird."
"It is prized for both its egg-laying (light-brown eggs are laid) and its meat qualities. Males weight around 8.5 lbs ...with females weighing it at 6.5 lbs...
"Although the Australorp is one of the best of the dual-purpose chickens, the breed's egg-laying abilities first brought it to the attention of the international community.
In 1922-23, six hens set a world record by laying 1,857 eggs at an average of just over 309 eggs per hen over a 365-day consecutive period - and this at a time before the regime of intensive laying techniques and artificial lighting, so often in use today, had become established.
"Today, given the right conditions, a hen will on average lay about 250 eggs per year.
"The Australorp is a friendly bird and makes a good pet for children..."
For more info, you can go to the website of this book...
Young Hens & Chicks
hatching eggs $1.00
Our 3' by 6' coops can house up to 6.
4' by 8' coops can
house up to 12.
Have your free-range chickens well protected
This page was last updated: June 7, 2019
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Buff Orpington chicks from free range hens
$ 6.00 about 1 weeks old. $ 10.00 about 4 weeks old.