Egg layer chickens are one of the most popular types of chickens purchased by individuals and farmers alike due to their exceptional egg production. These types of chickens are bred and raised specifically for their ability to produce a large number of eggs each year.
Our Golden Reds lay up to 300 eggs a year reaching 95% productivity or better. Eggs are large brown that have excellent color, shape, shell texture and strength. The pullets are golden red with white in neck, wings, and tail. Cockerels are mostly white with red in neck, wings, and tail. Being a small-bodied bird, it consumes less feed but produces more eggs. Extremely cold hearty the Golden Red can lay year-round anywhere in the country. Pullets start laying around 16-18 weeks and peak at 26 weeks.
This is the same bird commercial egg producers use. Excellent layers of large white eggs. Hens lay starting at 19 weeks, laying up to 330 eggs a year. Very easy to manage. Beautiful white color. Superior shell strength, egg size and feed efficiency. They are truly outstanding birds.
Our Rhode Island Reds are one of the most famous of all time popular breeds of truly American chickens. A great dual-purpose bird with outstanding production and qualities. No other strain of Rhode Island Reds will lay more or better-quality brown eggs. Rhode Island Reds are docile, excellent free-rangers, and resistant to disease. A very beautiful breed of chicken.
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