We still have some chicks available that will be in later this spring!
So, without further ado here is the list of chicks that are still available along with their expected week of arrival:
White Leghorns – Week of April 24th
Medium sized birds that are best known for their high production of extra-large, uniformly shaped, white eggs. Although this breed is hardy to our area, care should be taken to protect their combs in cold weather.
Dark Brown Egg Layers – Week of April 24th
A mix of Cuckoo Marans and Welsummers, these birds are uniquely breed and very rare. Good natured and cold hardy, these breeds are best known for their production of dark brown eggs.
Assorted Feather Legs – Week of May 1st
A mix of Cochins, Brahmas, Black Langshans, Salmon Faverolles and other feather legged breeds. All of these breeds are large, docile birds that are known more for the gorgeous feathering on their legs than their laying capabilities.
New Hampshire Reds – Week of May 8th This dual purpose breed matures quickly, making it just as valuable for its meat as for its heavy production of large brown eggs. This Rhode Island Red hybrid, is known as being a friendly breed that features red feathers with blue or black feathers on their tails.
Jumbo White Cornish Cross Cockerels (Meat Birds) – Week of May 8th
White Cornish males are mated with White Rock females to get chicks with hybrid vigor and the qualities of both parents: broad breasted, big thighs, fast feathering, white plumage and yellow skin. They have remarkable feed efficiency and will reach five pounds in eight weeks.
French Pearl Guinea Fowl – Week of May 8th
Very easy to raise, adults will roost in trees and fend for themselves, or can be raised in pens with chickens. Popular for their appetite for insects (especially ticks), and their lean dark meat.
Broad Breasted White Turkeys – Week of May 15th
A very fast growing, broad breasted turkey that has longer legs than many other breeds. They have excellent feed conversion, disease resistance and white feathers that make for easy processing.
With the exception of our straight run breeds that will include roosters, our birds are sexed, but we cannot guarantee that you will not receive a rooster in your batch.
Birds must be purchased at a minimum of 3 at a time, from the same shipping date. Once we contact you to let you know that the birds have arrived, they must be picked up within 3 days. After that time we reserve the right to put the birds up for sale to another customer.
All of our chicks come from certified Pullorum free hatcheries, and we guarantee the health of the birds for 48 hours after their purchase. If you have any concerns about the health of your birds, please call us immediately.
Don’t forget that we’re here to help, so whether this is your first batch of chicks or you’re adding to your flock, we’ll be here to answer any questions you might have.