Before You Order
When you place your order, we will ship within 2 weeks of the order date.
We update our inventory on the website on Tuesday afternoons. If a particular breed shows up as “out of stock,” please check again after we have updated the inventory.
We cannot reserve chickens, even if the breed that you want is not currently available. If you would like to get 4-5 week old or 6-7 week old chickens from us, then you will need to place an order through our website for one or more of the breeds that we list as being available.
We will send you an email with shipping information when your order ships, but we will not contact you with shipping information prior to that.
Regardless of the shipping date, your credit card will be charged when you place your order because we do not have a way to delay payments.
Excellent white egg layers. Bred to start laying at 22-24 weeks of age, and will lay longer in the season than most other breeds.
Available at several different ages (see below). The hen in the photo shows how they look once they reach maturity.
My Uncle Bob will not eat any colored eggs, only white ones. So White Leghorns are the breed for him.
After 50 years of breeding, this strain of White Leghorns will start laying at 22-24 weeks and will lay longer in the season than most other breeds. Though they were bred for confinement housing, they adapt well to free-ranging.
Mine particularly are fond of scratching through cow pies, and so they often have green legs to offset their white bodies.