Rhode Island Red Bantam

Rhode Island Red Bantam
Rhode Island Red Bantam chickens are a mini version of the standard size Rhode Island Red, they are excellent layers and have a docile, fun personality.  Rhode Island Red Bantam chicks are dark red with some having darker streaks down the back.  The wing tips, chest and abdomen are lighter with the wing tips appearing white.  They have single combs and clean, yellow legs and feet.   Males and females are lovely shades of deep mahogany red with black in the tail.  They are hardy in all climates and are an excellent free-range choice.  Our bantams are purebred and represent the breed and variety; however, we do not guarantee or represent that they are of show quality.
You may also be interested in our Standard Size Rhode Island Red.
  • Poultry Show Class: Single Comb Clean Leg Bantam
  • Weights: Hen:  30 oz         Rooster:  34 oz
  • Purpose and Type: Ornamental; Production
  • Color of Egg Shell: Brown
  • Egg Production: Excellent
  • Egg Size: Small
  • Temperament: Docile
  • Broody: Setters
  • Country of Origin: United States
  • APA: Yes, Recognized by the Standard of Perfection
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Rhode Island Red Started Pullets

Rhode Island Red Started Pullets

Rhode Island Red Started Pullets are a popular dual-purpose breed that is a familiar standby in many chicken coops.  As the name suggests, this breed was developed in Rhode Island.   This is the state’s official bird!  Rhode Island Red hens are calm and are among the best layers.  Hens can lay around 200-250 large brown eggs annually.   Hens are rarely broody, so you’ll have to find someone else to sit their eggs.  Females are lovely shades of deep mahogany red.  They are hardy in all climates, and are an excellent free range choice.

We are proud to offer 15 – 20 week-old Started Pullets all year long.  These Pullets have been vaccinated for Marek’s disease and are fed Non-GMO starter/grower crumbles.  We suggest you continue with this feed until they begin to lay at 18-24 weeks.    We hand select each bird and make sure they are in their best condition prior to being boxed.

Started pullets are shipped Priority Mail via USPS. You can expect your Statred Pullets to arrive in 1-3 days, most birds arrive in 1-2 days.

Pullets are $30.00 Each

AVAILABLE ALL YEAR

PLUS SHIPPING COSTS

Shipping Costs are Non Refundable

1 Pullet $170.00
2 Pullets $215.00
3 Pullets $265.00
4 Pullets $325.00
5 Pullets $375.00
6 Pullets $425.00
7 Pullets $475.00
8 Pullets $525.00
9 Pullets $575.00
10 Pullets $625.00
11 Pullets $675.00
12 Pullets $750.00

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Pullets Must be ordered in their own Order!

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Rhode Island White

Rhode Island White Chickens are adaptable, truly all-purpose chickens.  The creator of the Rhode Island chickens wanted the two breeds to be similar in body shape, so they aren’t confused with the White Rocks.  They have blocky body figures that are deep and broad.  The males make great meat chickens due to their well-rounded breast meat.  This breed is known for its great egg laying through the winter and being very calm and docile birds.  Rhode Island White Chickens are hardy and even-tempered birds.  They are all white with bright red wattles and single combs.  They have yellow legs and feet.  They do just fine in confinement as well as in free-range environments.

Approx. 240-280 Lg Brown Eggs/Yr. | Mature WT: Males 8 1/2# & Females 6 1/2# 
  • Poultry Show Class:  American Class
  • Weights: Hen:  6 1/2 lbs.       Rooster:  8 1/2 lbs.
  • Purpose and Type: Production, Eggs & Meat
  • Egg Shell Color: Brown
  • Egg Production: 240-280 eggs per year
  • Egg Size: Large
  • Temperament: Active
  • Broody: Variable
  • Country of Origin: United States, Rhode Island
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Rhode Island Red

Rhode Island Red
The Rhode Island Red Chicken is considered a dual-purpose breed but are primarily used for brown egg production.   As the name suggests, this breed was developed in Rhode Island.   This is the state’s official bird!  Rhode Island Red hens are calm and are among some of the best heritage layers.  Hens can lay around 240-280 large brown eggs annually.  Rhode Island Red chicks are dark red with some having darker streaks down the back.  The wing tips, chest and abdomen are lighter with the wing tips appearing white.  Rhode Island Red chickens have single combs and clean, yellow legs and feet.  The adult plumage is dark mahogany red with a black tail.  Roosters may become aggressive.  Males and females are lovely shades of deep mahogany red.  Rhode Island Red chickens are hardy in all climates and are do well free ranging or in confinement.
You may also be interested in our Rhode Island Red Bantams or Rhode Island Red Started Pullets.
Approx. 240-280 Lg Brown Eggs/Yr. | Mature WT: Males 8 1/2# & Females 6 1/2# 
  • Poultry Show Class: American Class
  • Weights: Hen:  6 1/2 lbs.      Rooster:  8 1/2 lbs.
  • Purpose and Type: Production, Eggs & Meat
  • Color of Egg Shell: Brown
  • Egg Production: 240-280 eggs per year
  • Egg Size: Large
  • Temperament: Active
  • Broody: Variable
  • Country of Origin: United States, Rhode Island
  • APA: Yes, Recognized by the American Standard of Perfection
  • ALBC: Recovering Status, Considered a sustainable heritage chicken breed
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Rhode Island Reds

Rhode Island Reds

Rhode Island Reds are often considered an American staple, when referring to poultry breeds.  Arguably the most iconic and well recognized chicken breed in the US, the Rhode Island Red was developed and first bred in Rhode Island, and to this day is still the state bird of Rhode Island.  This breed is typically active and, as it is a high production egg layer that will lay around 280-290 large brown eggs per year.  The Rhode Island Red is often variable in temperament.  These birds will not breed true if crossed and have been selectively bred to outperform other Rhode Island Red varieties.

Hens will typically reach 7 to 7.5 lbs. and Roosters will reach a whopping 9.5 lbs.  As such, the cockerels also make a good choice for meat production.

If you are looking for a high production bird, which lays a lot of brown eggs, and are also great foragers, these are the birds for you!

280+ Brown Large Eggs/Year         *Marek’s Vaccination is included in the price.

 

Available February – October

Orders ship USPS Priority Mail

Minimum 25 Total Chicks

Minimum 5 Each Sex

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Rhode Island Red Hatching Eggs

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Rhode Island Red Hatching Eggs

Rhode Island Reds are one of the top producing Heritage Brown egg layers. This listing is for Rhode Island Red hatching eggs.

IMPORTANT ORDERING INFORMATION: Eggs are collected fresh on Mondays from our breeding flock and shipped Tuesdays by USPS Priority Mail. Hatching Eggs are labeled by Breed Code to help with ID during incubation. Eggs can be shipped year-round, but please use your own discretion when ordering during extreme weather. We guarantee that your eggs will arrive unbroken, but will not guarantee your hatching success because of the many variables with incubating and hatching techniques.  Breakage must be reported upon arrival.

Minimum 1 Dozen Hatching Eggs

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EGG LABELING BY BREED:

Eggs are labeled by the breed or color variety. Please use the chart below to help identify your eggs. If you ordered an assortment, your eggs may not be labeled. If they are not, the egg could be any breed sold by the hatchery.

BREED CODE
Assorted Bantam EGBAS
Barred Rock EGBRS
Black Australorp EGBLS
Buff Orpington EGBOS
Easter Egger EGAMS
Light Brahma EGLIS
Brown Leghorn EGLBS
Rhode Island Red EGRIS
Salmon Faverolle EGSFS
Speckled Sussex EGSSS
Welsummer EGWSS
White Rock EGWRS

Hatching Eggs Must be ordered in their own order.

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Red Sex Link

Red Sex Link

Red Sex Link Chickens are one of the top sellers in the industry because of the number of eggs they lay and hardiness.  They are known for their fast body development, fast egg production and rich brown egg shell color, quality and texture.  The Red Sex Link chicken is the result of crossing two heritage chicken breeds, a Rhode Island Red rooster with a Delaware hen.  The results are a color sexed hybrid baby chicks.  Red Sex Link chicks have single combs and clean, yellow legs and feet.  Male chicks are light yellow with some black, but have no red down, while female chicks have red down very similar to Production Reds.  They have a reputation as being particularly sweet and docile birds and extremely easy to work with.  Res Sex Link hens will begin laying at an earlier age than most other breeds, and they are excellent layers of large, brown eggs.

Approx. 240-280 Lg Brown Eggs/Yr | Mature WT: Males 8-9# & Females 6-7# 

  • Poultry Show Class: Other Breed Class
  • Weights: Hen:  6-7 lbs    Rooster:  8-9 lbs
  • Purpose and Type; Egg laying; Production
  • Egg Shell Color: Brown
  • Egg Production: 240-280 year
  • Egg Size: Large
  • Temperament: Active
  • Gender Accuracy: 95-100%
  • Broody: Non-Setter
  • Country of Origin: United States
  • APA: No
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Black Sex Link Chicken

The Black Sex Link Chicken is an excellent brown egg layer.  This variety was developed by crossing a Rhode Island Red male with a Barred Rock female.  This Black Sex link line is a proprietary cross, intended for high production egg laying. This bird is also known for its cold hardiness and gentle disposition.  If you are looking for a brown egg layer, with a different color pattern than that of our brown high production egg layers, consider our Black Sex Link.  These are dual-purpose can be color-sexed as babies.  Males have a white spot on the top of their heads, while females are completely black on the top of their heads.  They are black with orange-gold on their neck, breast and tail areas.

Approx. 280 – 300 Lg Brown Eggs/Yr. | Mature WT: Males 8-9# & Females 6-7# 

  • Weights: Hen:  6-7 lbs.        Rooster:  8-9 lbs.
  • Purpose and Type: Egg laying; Production
  • Color of Egg Shell: Brown
  • Egg Production: 280 – 300 eggs per year
  • Egg Size: Large to X-Large
  • Temperament: Active
  • Environment: Very Hardy, Good Foragers
  • Gender Accuracy: 95-100%
  • Fertility Percentage: 65-80%
  • Broody: Non-Setter
  • Mating Ratio: 10 Females to 1 Male
  • Roost Height: 2 to 4 feet
  • Country of Origin: United States
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Narragansett Turkeys

Narragansett Turkeys

Narragansett Turkeys are considered a rare, heritage turkey that naturally reproduce.  These Turkeys are known for their meat quality and for maturing earlier than other heritage breeds.  Narragansett Turkeys are named for Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island, where they were developed.  Narragansett Turkeys are beautiful birds that are friendly and cold hardy.  Babies are dirty yellow with black on their backs.   The mature Turkey’s body plumage is primarily black with bands of steel gray.  The tail is a dull black, regularly penciled with parallel lines of tan and edged with steel gray.  The shanks and feet are salmon, and the beard is black.  Narragansett Turkeys have a calm disposition and maternal qualities.

Average Weight: Toms 23 lbs, Hens 14 lbs. 

  • Weights: Hen:  14 lbs    Tom:  23 lbs
  • Purpose and Type: Meat; Exhibition
  • Color of Eggs Off White with Brown specks
  • Egg Production: Poor
  • Egg Size: Large to Extra Large
  • Temperament: Active
  • Broody: Setters
  • Country of Origin: North America
  • APA: Yes, Recognized by the Standard of Perfection
  • ALBC: Threatened Status, considered a Sustainable Heritage Turkey Breed.
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Cinnamon Queen

Cinnamon Queen Started Pullets

Cinnamon Queen chickens are one of the top sellers in the industry because of the number of eggs they lay and their demeanor.  They are known for their fast body development, fast egg production and rich brown eggshell color, quality and texture.  Cinnamon Queens have a reputation as being particularly sweet and docile birds and extremely easy to work with.  Cinnamon Queen hens will begin laying at an earlier age than most other breeds, and they are excellent layers of large, brown eggs.

Cinnamon Queens are a hybrid cross of a Rhode Island Red male and the Rhode Island White female.   Cinnamon Queens will look and perform very close to the ISA Brown Chicken.  Cinnamon Queens are raised primarily for their excellent egg laying abilities and are one of the best sellers so be sure to reserve these chicks early!

Approx. 250-320 Large Brown Eggs/Yr. | Mature WT: Males 8-9#, Females 6-7#

  • Poultry Show Class: Other Breed Class
  • Weights: Hen:  6-7bs     Rooster:  8-9 lbs.
  • Purpose and Type: Eggs; Production
  • Color of Egg Shell: Brown
  • Egg Production: 250-320 eggs/year
  • Egg Size: Large
  • Temperament: Active
  • Gender Accuracy: 95-100%
  • Broody:  Not Usually
  • Country of Origin: United States
  • APA: No
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