Chickens

Beautiful birds to bring your garden to life

We have POL hybrids and pure breeds available for collection now (Jan 2021)

Minimum of 2 to be purchased together.

Day old hybrids (sexed) and Pure breed Light Sussex (unsexed) available from 25th Feb 2021

Collection only by appointment from Elham, Kent

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Bluebell
Bluebell
Blackrock
Blackrock
Black
Black
Brown
Brown
Bluebell
Bluebell
Blackrock
Blackrock
Black
Black
Brown
Brown

POL Hybrids

£15 Each

Available now (June 2021)

POL Bluebell, Blackrock, black and  brown hens.
Good Layers
Soft feathered
Good natured

 
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Light Sussex

£30 POL Pullet

£35 Cockerel

Available now ( June 2021)

High quality traditional pure breed Light Sussex hens
Dual purpose birds, can also be eaten
Good layers
Medium size, cream/light brown egg
Lovely nature
Soft feathered

 
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Cream crested legbar

£30 POL Pullet

£35 Cockerel

Available July 2021 - can be preordered

A rare breed, these hens lay  beautiful blue eggs.

 
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French Copper Black Marans

£40 POL

£45 Cockerel

Orders being taken for July 2021

These French Copper Black Marans have been selectively bred for their utility qualities and more specifically for egg colour and size. They are an ideal breed for keeping in your back garden, being exceptionally docile and calm. Through our very careful & selective breeding these hens are laying amongst the the largest and darkest brown eggs you will come across. The egg size/colour will of course vary, and cannot be guaranteed. You can expect them to keep laying for at least five to eight years.

The egg size on average is in the large/extra large category, weighing between 65g and 78g.

Statistics

WEIGHTS  

Cockerel 3.5-4.0Kg  

Hen 2.6-3.2Kg

CATEGORY 

Heavy; Soft Feather

EGGS  

large very dark brown 

150 - 200 per year

 
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Welsummer

£40 POL

£45 Cockerel

Available 2021

These Welsummers have been selectively bred for their utility qualities, and more specifically for egg colour and size. They are an ideal breed for keeping in your back garden, being friendly in nature, with the bonus of laying amongst the largest and deepest terracotta brown eggs you will come across, weighing between 65g and 80g. The egg size/colour will of course vary, and cannot be guaranteed. You can expect them to keep laying for five to eight years, although there are many recordings of Welsummer hens continuing to lay for 10 to 12 years.

Statistics


WEIGHTS  

Cockerel 2.7 - 3.2Kg; 

Hen 2.7 - 3.2Kg

CATEGORY  

Light; Soft Feather

EGGS  

Large Brown, 1 per 2 days in season