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Chickens
These are some of our most popular breeds and are available all year round. These include: Black Rocks, Blue Belles, Goldlines, Light Sussex and Speckledys. Horton Hatchery produces many pure breeds also. These include; Double Laced Barnevelders, White Leghorns, Cornish Game, Rhode Island Red and Cream Crested Legbars.They have been selected for their friendliness, hardiness and egg laying capabilities.  but these are subject to availability. An email or phone call to check what we have in stock is advised.



Black Rock
Black Rock
Black Rocks will lay around 280 brown eggs in their first year and unlike some high production hybrids that lay more eggs in their first year, maintain good shell quality throughout their lives.Black Rock Hens are a placid bird and take well to other pets and children. They have been a very popular hybrid for smallholders and organic farms over the last 30 years since they are good foragers, have dense feathering to protect them from the English weather and they have a good strong immune system. £20 each
Blue Belle
Blue Belle
These hens are a hybrid that have been created by crossing a Rhode Island Red with a Maran. They lay a large pale egg and lay around 250 per year. They are a hardy bird that can be tamed easily. Another breed that is perfect for the beginner or experienced poultry keeper. One of my personal favourites. £20 each
Goldline
Goldline
Bovan Goldline hens are placid, friendly birds and one of the biggest egg producers during their early years. They are particularly good with small children. They have an excellent feed to egg ratio and are the hens used in most commercial farms for egg production. Egg quality can deteriorate faster later on in life than layers that produce smaller numbers of eggs if they are pushed too hard in their early years. In general, these birds will produce a large amount of tasty eggs. An ideal breed for beginners. £18 each
Light Sussex
Light Sussex
Sussex chickens are upright, alert, and usually docile. The Sussex Chicken has a wide, flat back, a deep breast and broad shoulders. Their tail is held at 45 degrees. They have a single comb and red earlobes and comb. They lay a large amount of light brown eggs per year. They are good foragers and the Light Sussex is often used to create hybrids. When crossed with a 'gold' cockerel, they will produce sex-linked chicks. They rarely go broody. An easy breed to keep as they are very hardy and can be used as table birds as they grow to a large size. £20 each
Speckledy
Speckledy
They are large yet elegant birds with a deep breast, upward pointing tail and pale legs. The comb is medium, red and serrated and the face is smooth. The earlobes and wattles are small and smooth and the beak curved and mottled. They have pale bay eyes. Very good egg layers and are very placid and docile. A good choice for poultry keepers with young children. £20 each

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