FAQs

Our standard brown layers are $25 each, our standard colored layers are $30 each and our “Rare Breed” pullets are $35 each. Pricing per breed is listed on our order form. You are getting GUARANTEED Pullets at this price that are ready to be added to your coop without having to worry about proper heat or raising them for 10 weeks and becoming attached just to find out that the “Hen” you raised is actually a “Rooster”.
We base our name on QUALITY over QUANTITY. We make sure that our pullets are kept in the cleanest conditions, receive the proper nutrients in the first 12 weeks of their life as that plays a role in how they will lay in the future and that they are healthy, fully feathered pullets when they leave our premises. You are also getting what you pay for, what you order, NOT a barnyard mix that could be anything.
YES, all of our pullets are vaccinated for Marek’s Disease at one day old. Also, all Pullets hatched after 1/1/2021 will be treated with coccidiosis spray.
We are constantly adding different breeds throughout the year. Please check our Facebook page for the most up to date availability and breeds. Some of our breeds that we have, but are not limited to, Buff Orpingtons, Black Australorps, Easter Eggers, Olive Eggers, Dominiques, Rhode Island Reds, Plymouth Barred Rocks, Blue Wyandottes, Speckled Sussex, Black Sex Links, Red Sex Links. We add different breeds throughout the year, so please be sure to check our Facebook page.
Many different factors play a role in when a pullet will begin to lay. Breed, weather, food and proper nutrients (especially during the first 12 weeks of life), Daylight Savings time, plus many more. I can give you an average age based on the specific breed you are looking at, but there is not a standard answer.
Each breed lays different amount of eggs. There are breeds that are bred for high egg production (Red Sex Links, Production Blues, Black Sex Links to name a few) and there are breeds that are popular for the color of their eggs (a few are Copper Marans, Welsummers, Easter and Olive Eggers). It depends on what you are looking for in your future egg layer, quantity or color? We have a chart at the bottom of our availability list on our Facebook page that gives you an average egg production per breed.
No. We only offer pick up. Shipping is very stressful on older Pullets, so we do not recommend nor do we offer shipping.