Meet The Flock
Rhode Island Red Chicken
A very popular chicken in America. They are known for being a proficient egg layer. Rhode Islands lay brown eggs around 200-280 per year
Buff Orpingon Chicken
A large laying hen with feathers the color of gold. The lighter color feathers and heavier build can be used for dual purpose meat and eggs. Brown eggs and produce between 200-280 eggs per year
Easter Egger Chicken
A hardy chicken which comes in a variety of colors and markings. Not only are do their feathers add various colors to the flock but their light blue eggs do as well. Egg productions is around 200-280 per year.
Olive Egger Chicken
An olive egg layer comes from crossing a dark brown egg layer with a blue egg layer producing a chicken who lays a pretty green colored egg. These chickens will lay 180-200 eggs per year.
Barred Rock Chicken
This chicken is great as a back yard egg layer and excellenet for laying in the summer or winter. Their name comes from the barred pattern of their feathers with alternating dark and light stripes. Will lay around 200-280 brown eggs per year.
French Black Copper Maran
A rare breed of chicken known for laying a darker shade of brown egg. Not only will the shell of this chickens egg catch your eye but it also has beautiful black feathers with a touch of gold around their necks. Makes for great homestead chicken as it forages more than some other chickens laying around 200+ eggs a year.
Americauna/Barred Rock Rooster
This stately looking rooster is a cross between an americauna chicken who lays blue eggs and a barred rock chicken laying brown eggs. He is a friendly rooster who loves to scratch and hang out with the hens.
Barred Rock Rooster
This rooster is head of the flock and is often the first to shout out an alarm to the hens if danger is near by. He is a pure barred rock and may be used in the future to hatch pure barred rock chickens on our property.
Silver Spangled Hamburg Rooster
Originated as a dutch breed of chicken this rooster is flashy with its colors and long tail feathers. This rooster is one of our more active chickens and does not do well in confinenement.
Contact us if you are interested in chicks.