We are excited to offer female laying chicks (also known as pullets) and hens for sale which are raised on all organic feed. All chicks are sexed and female.
Under 2 wks $10 each
2 to 4 weeks $12 each
5 to 6 weeks $15 each
7 to 8 weeks $20 each
9 to 10 weeks $25 each
As of 1/16/2021 our current breed and age availability includes:
Buff Orpington, Cuckoo Maran, Easter Egger, Speckled Sussex- hatched Dec 2 and vaccinated for Marek's and Coccidiosis. Off the light and in the barn.
Buckeye- We have 2 females left. Hatched the last wk in Sept and vaccinated for Marek's and Coccidiosis.
Chicks need stable temperatures and do very poorly in the cold. For this reason, we do not plan on having any new chicks in Jan 2021. We will have chicks again in February 2021. Our February chicks will include buff brahma, olive egger, rhode island red, silver laced wyandotte, white crested black polish and silver laced polish. Our March chicks will include blue laced red wyandotte, rhode island red, easter egger and buff orpington. Our April chicks will include sapphire olive eggers, calico princess, salmon faverolles and barred rock.
OLDER HENS- We currently have several 3 year old barnyard mix hens and a buff orpington aged 4 years available. $15 Each.
If there is a full sized breed not on this list that you are specifically interested in, please message us as we may be able to get them for you. We do not currently raise bantams or silkies.
NEED FEED? We are now selling Stonehouse Grain organic layer feed and chick starter - 50 lbs. for $35, 25 lbs. for $20 and 10 lbs. for $10. Our ladies love this feed and we feel it keeps them in great health. Message us for details.
WANT DELIVERY? We can deliver within 50 miles of our farm in Bloomfield, CT. Charge is $1 per mile one way.
Most hatcheries guarantee about 90% accuracy in sexing. If we sell you a pullet that grows into a rooster, we will take it back and promise to replace it with another pullet.
To order or ask questions, please email below. You can also find us on facebook. Follow our page there for regular updates.
PLEASE NOTE- chicks up to 6 weeks old may need a heat lamp depending on weather and shelter type.