Amberlinks - Pullets (females)
After having been away from the US market for several years, she is back by popular demand. Mainly white with some brown feathers, the Amberlink has become a favorite, with her beautiful full brown egg color. Mt Healthy is one of the very few hatcheries in the country to offer this variety.
This is another old favorite and one that, in true breeding style, delivers big profits. This is one of the oldest and most selected strain of Barred Rocks in the U.S. The Barred Plymouth Rock has held its own because of its great merit as a profitable, practical fowl for every day in the year use.
Is an eye-catching bird. It is black with an intense beetle-green sheen on its feathers. Australorps are very good brown egg layers, in fact one hen still holds the world's record by laying 364 eggs in 365 days under official Australian testing.Black Australorp Chicken (pullets)
Columbian Rock Cross Chickens (pullets/females)
Now you can raise your Corn Game hens own Just like in the Supermarket!.The large massive Cornish Cockerels are bred to large broiler type White Rock hens. The cross produces one of the finest quality broiler type chicks that can be found anywhere. They make market weight in 7 weeks. Many of our customers report 4 lb. broilers in 7 to 8 weeks. They give you the desired broad breast, big leg, big thigh, uniform conformation, rich yellow skin, extra fast feathering, real prime broilers. We cannot overemphasize the importance of proper nutrition for your successful results from our Cornish X Rock Cross chicks! The tremendous growth rate makes it absolutely essential to feed a broiler ration to this bird. We recommend a 23% protein starter ration for the first four weeks and a 20% protein grower ration the remainder of the growing period. Because of the rapid weight gain of these chicks, we suggest a vitamin supplement. We offer an excellent product, Vitamin Stress Pack 4oz. package
The Comet has been widely acclaimed in all areas of the world where brown eggs are preferred. The reason is simple. The Comet pullet is easily one of the finest brown egg layers available today. They mature early and lay eggs of excellent size and quality. She is an extremely quiet bird, that seems to be able to withstand the colder, non-insulated, laying houses of the small flock owner, better than most breeds. The Comet is a buff sex-link strain. The chicks may be sexed by color, pullets red-roosters white. When mature, the Comet pullet is golden red in color, but has some white showing through in her neck and back.
If you are striving for the "Peak" in egg production and still want a heavy bird with good market possibilities, these Reds are for you. A check of national egg laying contest records will reveal the superior egg laying qualities of this breed.
Here is a strain of White Rocks that will lay lots of large brown eggs, make wonderful broilers and dandy roasters. Our White Rocks will run larger than average, hens reaching 6 to 7 lbs yet they are one of the best layers of their breed in the country.
Originally from Chile, in South America, they are called the Easter egg fowl. They lay colored eggs: blue, green, pink, and olive drab. These birds vary in size and color, some may have whiskers and others muffs of feathers that cover their ears. Their eggs are reported to have more nutritional value than ordinary eggs.
These gorgeous birds are a rare variety of Brahmas with beautiful buff feathers edged in black on the neck, wings and tail. They have a rose comb with feathered shanks and toes. Mt Healthy Brahmas are very docile and broody birds, making them excellent mothers.
An old time favorite with poultry people for many years. These are a nice quiet breed. They are a beautiful buff color and will lay lots of nice brown eggs.
Is one of the most beautiful breeds we offer. Their feather pattern is a combination of rich golden brown laced with greenish black tipped feather. They have rose combs, and are good producers of brown eggs
Their smooth fitting full plumage is striking, with white edged black feathers in the neck, wings and tail. The heavily feathered shanks and outer toes are another interesting feature. Brahmas are dependable producers of large brown eggs.
Partridge Rock (pullets/females)
patterns make them one of the best varieties for the exhibitor. Known not only to
be a dependable brown egg layer but also very good setters.
Known as the "Flower Garden" of the poultry world because of their beautiful coloring. They are about 1/4 size of
standard bred chickens and are perfect for pets and exhibition.The assortment is hatchery choice of breeds and may
contain the following: Porcelains, Millefleurs, Golden Seabrights, Silver Seabrights, White Silkies, Red Pyle Old English, Brown
Old English, Silver Duckwing, and Old English. You will truly fall in love with these beautiful birds.
Our broad breasted whites are an extra good compact meat type bird. They dress out well at almost any size, with a pleasantly plump carcass. They are a favorite of many because they look so well when dressed, having no dark pin feathers, and such fine color.
Artisan Gold Turkeys (as hatched only)
Our Bronzes are outstanding examples of this breed. Handsome, colorful birds that attract attention whenever seen. Hens average 18 to 20 lbs. and toms average 30 lbs.
With proper feed and care our White Pekins will develop to a weight of 7 lb. in 8 weeks