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Hatchery Choice Rare

Starting at: $2.94
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Starlight Green Egger™

Starting at: $4.72
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Welsummer

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Sapphire Olive Egger™

Starting at: $4.72
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Speckled Sussex

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Dominique

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Lavender Orpington

Starting at: $5.05
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Light Brahma

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Buff Brahma

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First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Columbian Wyandotte

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Midnight Majesty Marans™

Starting at: $3.86
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Cochin Variety Pack - Large Fowl

Starting at: $3.86
First avail: Jun 15, 2021
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Hatchery Choice Rare

Starting at: $2.94
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

Hatchery Choice Rare will be any assortment of rare breeds based on availability from any bird that has a "Rare Breed" banner. The assortment will not include bantams. Breeds that could be included in this assortment: Partridge Plymouth Rock, Midnight Majesty Marans™, Sapphire Olive Egger™, Speckled Sussex, Blue Andalusian, Silver Lakenvelder, Cuckoo Marans, French Black Copper Marans, French Cuckoo Marans, French Wheaten Marans, Welsummer, Barnvelder, Prairie Bluebell Egger™, Starlight Green Egger™, Olive Egger, Salmon Faverolles, Cochins, Turkens, Blue Laced Red Wyandotte, Columbian Wyandotte, Light Brahma, Buff Brahma, Dark Brahma, Lavender Orpington. There is no guarantee which breeds will be included. This is based on availability on the day of hatch.

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Starlight Green Egger™

Starting at: $4.72
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

The Starlight Green Egger™ is very similar to the Prairie Bluebell Egger™. This breed was created by crossing the Prairie Bluebell Egger™ with a brown egg layer, the result is a chicken breed that lays high quantities of only green eggs. As with the Prairie Bluebell Egger™, the Starlight Green Egger™ is a lightweight and very active breed that is an excellent forager in free-range situations. The plumage color is also highly variable and comes in many beautiful color patterns not typically seen. If you are looking for a bird that consistently lays a green egg and will lay a lot of them, all while having a beautiful color pattern, then the Starlight Green Egger™ will be a great addition to your flock! *There may be a 5% chance for laying brown eggs with this hybrid. APPROX. 280 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: GREEN | MATURE WT: MALE 5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS

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Welsummer

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

The Welsummer hen lays large eggs which are a terracotta dark brown, often with dark speckles. It is a light, friendly, and intelligent breed, with rustic-red and orange color. Like the Marans the Welsummer tends to be more athletic, taking to foraging and free ranging more often than other breeds. APPROX. 250 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: DARKER BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 4.5 LBS

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Sapphire Olive Egger™

Starting at: $4.72
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

The Sapphire Olive Egger™ is both easy on the eyes and the olive eggs are sure to be a great addition to your “eggscape” in your egg carton! This hybrids is a wonderful egg layer and you can't resist that tuft on their heads! These birds can adapt well to different climates, especially warmer ones. APPROX. 240 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: OLIVE | MATURE WT: MALE 7 LBS. FEMALE 6 LBS.

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Speckled Sussex

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

Speckled Sussex originated in England near AD 43, making them one of the oldest known breeds. The oldest and most common coloring is the speckled breed that has dark brown or mahogany colored feathers, and some black and blue feathers with white ends making the speckles show throughout their plumage.APPROX. 240 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: CREAM | MATURE WT: MALE 9 LBS. FEMALE 7 LBS.

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Dominique

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

The Dominique is considered a “heritage” bird because it is considered America's oldest breed of chicken. Dominique hens tend to be calm and personable. Their calm, steady demeanor makes them successful as show birds or family pets. At first glance, Dominiques and Barred Rocks appear strikingly similar. The strongest difference is the Dominiques possess a rose comb while Barred Rocks possess a single comb. {{br}}APPROX. 245 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS

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Lavender Orpington

Starting at: $5.05
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

One of the best breeds for newcomers to chickens, and for families with young children. Named for the English town where they were developed, Orpingtons come in several feather colors but all are big quiet birds with fluffy feathers that keep them toasty warm during frigid weather. APPROX. 220 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 8.5 LBS. FEMALE 7 LBS.

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Light Brahma

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

This perfect backyard chicken breed is named for India’s Brahmaputra River. The breed probably came to the United States on Nineteenth Century sailing ships or it may have been developed here from other Asian breeds. Either way, Brahmas are enormous. Hens weigh about 10 pounds with loose fluffy feathers that make them look even bigger. Feathers cover their feet and shanks, keeping them warm in winter. Their docile, gentle, and quiet temperament makes them one of the best breeds around children. Hens lay about 200 medium-sized brown eggs annually, sometimes go broody, and are attentive mothers. APPROX. 200 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 18 LBS. FEMALE 14 LBS.

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Buff Brahma

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

This perfect backyard chicken breed is named for India’s Brahmaputra River. The breed probably came to the United States on Nineteenth Century sailing ships or it may have been developed here from other Asian breeds. Either way, Brahmas are enormous. Hens weigh about 10 pounds with loose fluffy feathers that make them look even bigger. Feathers cover their feet and shanks, keeping them warm in winter. Their docile, gentle, and quiet temperament makes them one of the best breeds around children. Hens lay about 200 medium-sized brown eggs annually, sometimes go broody, and are attentive mothers.{{br}} APPROX. 200 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 14 LBS. Female 10 LBS.

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Columbian Wyandotte

Starting at: $3.10
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

These Columbian Wyandottes aren't all show with their elegantly patterned feathers, they make great egg layers too! Wyandottes are one of the most strikingly beautiful chickens to grace a backyard flock. They were developed in New York, have a quiet temperament, and are one of the most winter hardy breeds.{{br}} APPROX. 245 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR|EGG COLOR: BROWN|MATURE WT: MALE 7LBS FEMALE 5 LBS.

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Midnight Majesty Marans™

Starting at: $3.86
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

The Midnight Majesty Marans™ have black plumage and most hatch with feathered feet, but some do not. Deep browns show up through their down feathering underneath, making them a mix of beautiful dark brown and black plumage. The males are barred. This breed will lay dark brown eggs and will lay a lot of them! You will truly enjoy this breed in your backyard flock and its dark eggs in your egg carton! These hybrids perform well in many different climates. APPROX. 250 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: DARK BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 7 LBS. FEMALE 6 LBS.

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Cochin Variety Pack - Large Fowl

Starting at: $3.86
First avail: Jun 15, 2021

The large fowl Cochin is an ancient breed originally from China. When they first arrived in the United States they were immensely popular and were used to develop many American breeds such as the Plymouth Rock and Rhode Island Red. Although originally prized as a meat bird, Cochins today are primarily bred for exhibition. They have a docile temperament and are very cold-hardy thanks to their abundant, loose-fitting plumage. The hens are also well known for their broody instincts and mothering ability. They come in several beautiful plumage colors including Buff, Blue, Black, and Partridge. {{br}} APPROX. 175 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 11 LBS. FEMALE 8.5 LB

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