We have a few Ayam Cemani pullets. I've been very surprised at egg production of this breed. They lay a nice large egg and lots of eggs! They tend to be a shy bird but if worked with for a very short time become very friendly and easy to handle. They're absolutely stunning to watch forage around the yard.
I only have a very few of the Beautiful, big butted Black Orpington left. You can't go wrong with this amazing bird. Not only are they gorgeous, but they're friendly and huge. I'm talking wide load....
The Olive Egger, our top seller for several years now. The breed that we created over 10 years ago that now all of the hatcheries have copied (but they still can't get the egg color that we do.) We will have a few available soon. Don't wait to long to place your order, they'll be gone in a flash!
I will have just a couple of Splash Marans very soon. They will be a nice dark egg layer. The Splash Marans are a more friendly bird than the Black Copper Marans.
The Chocolate Orpington. This is a borrowed photo from one our happy customers. As you can see they are very interactive, friendly and not to mention cute as can be!
These sweet little birds are round like a volley ball, with the shortest little legs. Their little brown toes just peeking out of the feathers.
Lavender Orpingtons, I have several pullets around 10 weeks of age. Talk about beauties!
The great thing about getting a bird this age, they will be laying by spring and they're already feathered out for winter. I also have young roosters in this breed is you would like a breeding pair.
This amazing blue bird to your right is the Rumpless Araucana. You can't find a TRUE Aruacana anywhere because there isn't a hatchery in the USA that even truly understands or knows what this breed is. Don't even try to get this breed from a hatchery, you can only find a true Rumpless Araucana from a breeder.
I have two Rumpless Araucana hens ready to go, they are 3 months old. I have the blue one (above) and the black on to your left. I will have more at a later date. This breed is very difficult to sex and takes several months of growth before mother nature reveals her secrets.
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