A family owned farm in southern Illinois
Want them Fast !
Pullets and chicks we can ship within a week.
Please read if ordering pullets
Pullets are around 8 to 9 weeks old when we ship them out. When placing a pullet order be prepared to wait, it takes time to raise beautiful healthy pullets.
When ordering pullets please keep in mind most of the birds we raise are very hard to sex due to the rose comb, pea comb or large breeds slow to mature. The hardest birds to sex are the Olive Egger, Rumpless Araucana, Ameraucana and Wyandottes, if you can not at all have a rooster please don't order these breeds. We do our best to sex the birds but mistakes can be made.
We have boxes that hold 2 birds or boxes that hold 4 birds, there is no minimum order on pullets, you can order as few as one. The boxes are $25 each. Shipping on 4 birds that are 9 to 10 weeks old can be $75, possibly more depending on zip code. Shipping goes by weight of the box. Postal Serivce just raised prices by 10%.
We don't have the shopping cart set up for pullet orders yet. To place an order go to the contact us page and leave a message please.
We're accepting orders on pullets at this time for 2016 shipments. We have several breeds listed on the right of the page that are ready to go now. You can also place orders for birds listed below.
Ameraucana (sold out)
Ayam Cemani $400
French Black Copper Marans $30
French Blue Copper Marans $30
Splash Marans $25
Olive Egger $40 (Fall orders only)
Black Orpington $30
Lavender orpington $40 (Fall orders only)
Rumpless Araucana (sold out)
Coronation Sussex $100
Light Sussex $30
Jubilee Orpington $75
Chocolate orpingtons $45
Blue Laced Red Wyandotte (sold out)
We will have roosters available in all breeds.
It's a joy to have beautiful birds running around the yard, it's a bonus that they also lay a beautiful egg.
PULLETS READY TO GO NOW
We will list them as they become available. Inventory changes quickly
French Black Copper Marans
French Blue Copper Marans
2 splash Marans
1 Blue Laced Red Wyandotte (black laced in color)
If you would like to learn more about our farm, check out the blog, there's a button at the top of each page.