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Cornish Cross Broiler

 

Cornish Cross broilers require special feeding and care but grow astonishingly fast. They weigh nearly six pounds when only six weeks old by efficiently converting feed into flesh. Cornish Cross Broilers are the best choice for a person who wants to quickly produce delicious meat and has no plan to save hens for egg-production. MATURE WT: MALE 9-11 LBS, FEMALE 8-9 LBS.

 

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Red Broiler

 

The Red Broiler is a fast-growing meat bird with most of the same qualities as the Cornish Cross breed. It has red plumage throughout its body with white down feathering showing through. The Red Broiler tends to forage more and grow at a slightly slower rate than the Cornish Cross, but faster than the Red Ranger. Approx. 175 Medium Eggs/Year | Egg Color: Brown | Mature Wt: Male 11 lbs. Female 8 lbs.

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Cornish Game Hen

 

The Cornish Game Hen is a Cornish Cross Broiler pullet that is butchered at 3 weeks of age when they reach a weight of 2.5 - 3 pounds.

 

Red Ranger

 

The Red Ranger is a bird that doesn't need the speical care of the Cornish Cross yet produces a meaty body relatively quickly. They are the best bird for a small flock owner wanting fast growing meat birds that are relatively easy to raise. They will reach mature weight in approximately 12 weeks. APPROX. 175 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR| EGG COLOR: BROWN| MATURE WT: MALE 8-10 LBS. FEMALE 6-7 LBS.

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Husky Red

The Husky Red is the bird for you if you are looking for a breed that has a faster growth rate than the Red Ranger and does well in free range environments. They will finish and mature slightly faster than the Red Ranger breed. They enjoy both free range environments but can do well in smaller areas too. They are a docile breed. Approx. 175 Medium Eggs/Year | Egg Color: Brown | Mature Wt: Male 11 lbs. Female 8 lbs.

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Fry Pan Special

 

A great mix of any of our meat birds based on availability. If you have an operation that allows the birds to either be free range or inside, and you love variety, this assortment is for you!

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White Leghorn

 

Years ago a small amazingly productive chicken breed was imported from Italy through the port of Livorno. "Leghorn" became the Anglicized word for that port and the breed. Supermarket eggs are almost always laid by White Leghorns or hybrids developed from them. Hens lay about 290 eggs every year while eating less feed than most other breeds. APPROX. 290 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: WHITE | MATURE WT: MALE 4 LBS. FEMALE 3.5 LBS.

 
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Assorted White Egg Layers

 

The Assorted White Egg Layer assortment is based on availability and will not include meat birds of any kind, or brown egg layers. The breeds may be a mixture of the following: Brown Leghorn, White Leghorn, or California White chickens. You will receive a good mix and variety.

California White

 

California White hybrids look almost exactly like the White Leghorns they were developed from but are slightly larger and have a few black spots on their white feathers. California Whites are quiet, calm and one of the best white egg layers for backyard flocks. Adding a few California Whites to a flock of brown egg layers adds color diversity to the egg carton. APPROX. 290 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: WHITE | MATURE WT: MALE 4.5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS.

Brown Leghorn

 

Brown Leghorns share the productive traits and nervous personality of their whit cousins but have slightly larger bodies clothed in one of the most beautiful feather patterns of any white egg laying breed. Always alert, Brown Leghorns are athletic, excitable, noisy and often better able to avoid predators than slower breeds.

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Amberlink

This graceful white and amber colored sex link can lay eggs like no one's business, even in the cold dark winters. It is derived from the ISA genetic line and doesn't disappoint in egg production and cold weather hardiness. It is a very well balanced bird that lays nice medium size table eggs. They are docile and make great foragers. APPROX. 270 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

 

Barred Rock

The hens lay a medium brown egg. Mature body weight of 5 to 5.5 lbs. Excellent layer, medium brown shell color. Available mid-February through June.

 

Buff Orpington

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. Buff Orpingtons are the most common color and lay about 220 brown eggs a year. APPROX. 220 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 8.5 LBS. FEMALE 7 LBS.

 
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Delaware - NEW

 

The Delaware is a hardy breed that makes a great dual-purpose bird. The males mature quickly and the hens make great egg layers. The Delaware breed does well in free range environments and fit well in backyard flocks. They are calm and docile. APPROX. 260 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 8.5 LBS. FEMALE 6.5 LBS.

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Golden Laced Wyandotte

Wyandottes aren't all show with their elegantly patterned feathers. They are also great egg layers. Wyandottes are one of the most strikingly beautiful chickens to grace a backyard flock. Developed in New York, they are quiet, easy to manage and are of the most winter hardy of all breeds.

 
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Jersey Giant White - NEW

 

When created, the White Jersey Giant was the result of merging the genetics of several large breeds. This breed grows slowly but eventually are a third larger than most other heavy breeds. This breed has an impressive hen that lays about 240 extra-large eggs annually. When younger, the birds will mature relatively quick, but tend to reach marketable meat weight slower than other breeds. Approx. 240 X-Large Eggs/Year | Egg Color: Brown | Mature Wt: Male 11 lbs. Female 9 lbs.

Rainbow

The Rainbow is a dual purpose bird that has one of the most unique feather color patterns you will ever see. It has every color you can imagine and no two birds look alike. The best part about this breed is that they make wonderful birds for small backyard flocks giving you the opportunity to butcher them or keep the hens for eggs! APPROX. 250 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR| EGG COLOR: BROWN |MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

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Sapphire Gem - NEW

 

This brand new sex-link chicken will amaze you with it's blue and lavender colored plumage. This Czech breed is an excellent egg layer and great forager. It does well in hot climates and is a breed very close to the Old Andalusians. This bird is a specialty hybrid that was created by a breeder in the Czech Republic. Approx. 290 Large Eggs/Year | Egg Color: Brown | Mature Wt: Male 5 lbs. Female 4 lbs.

Tetra Brown

 

The Tetra Brown is the bird of choice for today’s egg farmers. It is a hybrid type of Sex Link originally the result of crossing Rhode Island Reds and Rhode Island Whites, but now contains genetics from a wide range of breeds. They are a very docile bird and will get along in almost any environment. APPROX. 260 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

 

Americana

Every backyard flock needs a colored egg layer. Our Americana will give you an assortment of colors from turquoise, to olive to light brown. The Americana breed comes from the Araucana and Ameraucana mix and has different color plumage variations. It is because of this genetic combination that our birds are not meant for exhibition. APPROX. 240 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLORS: BLUE, GREEN, LIGHT BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 5.5 LBS. FEMALE 4.5 LBS.

Black Australorp

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. Black Australorps are Black Orpingtons that originate from Australia. APPROX. 220 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 8.5 LBS. FEMALE 7 LBS.

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Calico Princess - NEW

 

The Calico Princess is topaz colored and its feathers alternate in color between the light red-orange and white making it seem like a glimmering topaz stone. They are great egg layers and do well in many different environments. They are also robust and can adapt well to different climates. This bird is a specialty hybrid that was created by a breeder in the Czech Republic. Approx. 290 Large Eggs/Year | Egg Color: Cream | Mature Wt. Male 5 lbs. Female 4 lbs.

Dominique

 

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.

ISA Brown

 

The ISA Brown is one of the top sellers in the industry because of the number of eggs they lay and their gentle demeanor. The ISA Brown has excellent shell quality and texture. A docile bird, extremely easy to work with. When they are hatched the pullets are red and the cockerels are white. APPROX 300 LARGE EGGS/YEAR |EGG COLOR: BROWN |MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

New Hampshire Red

 

The New Hampshire Red grows a bit faster than the Rhode Island Red and was an important broiler breed until the era of modern hybrids. The New Hampshire Red pullet sports light rusty red feathers and lays about 240 eggs each year. APPROX. 240 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6.5 LBS. FEMALE 6.5 LBS.

 

Rhode Island Red

 

The Rhode Island Red breed was developed in the late 1800's. Their ability to lay about 265 eggs per year made this breed famous worldwide and became the parent of several modern hybrid egg layers. The glossy mahogany colored hens with black tail feathers are as beautiful as they are gentle and productive. APPROX. 265 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 8 LBS. FEMALE 6.5 LBS.

 
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Sienna Star - NEW

The Sienna Star is an attractive alternative gold and silver sex-link hybrid. The genetics are a Brown Leghorn and a Sussex, making an excellent egg layer that produces cream-colored eggs. The Sienna Star's robustness and quiet temperament make this bird suitable for backyard flocks to larger farms. Approx. 290 Medium Eggs/Year | Egg Color: Cream | Mature Wt. Male 5 lbs. Female 4 lbs.

 

White Plymouth Rock

 

In 1620 a band of Pilgrims set foot on Plymouth Rock, and years later a new breed of chickens were named for this famous site. Few birds are as stunningly regal as a Plymouth Rock strolling across a summer lawn. With their New England heritage they don't let January's blizzards interrupt their laying.White Rocks are just as productive as their Barred cousins and are as brilliant white as fresh snow. APPROX. 250 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 9.5 LBS. FEMALE 7.5 LBS.

Asian Black

The Asian Black is a slower growing bird. The males can reach market weight in 10 to 12 weeks, and the females take 15 weeks. It’s striking colors with a blue/green hue on the black and red feather pattern makes it a beautiful addition to any flock. It is a hardy bird that can adapt to many growing conditions. APPROX 250 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR |EGG COLOR: BROWN |MATURE WT: MALE 5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS.

Black Sex Link

The Black Sex Link is an excellent brown egg layer. it is created from a Barred Rock hen and a Rhode Island Red cockerel. This creates a very versatile bird that is a great egg layer, has the temperament of a Barred Plymouth Rock and can hold its own through the cold dark winter. APPROX. 265 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

Cinnamon Queen

 

A beloved breed that takes the best qualities from its parents, a Rhode Island Red rooster and a Silver Laced Wyandotte hen. The Cinnamon Queens are wonderful egg layers and can take the cold hardiness of winter, ensuring that you will have eggs all year long. APPROX. 260 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

 

Golden Comet

Another great sex-link chicken that has great egg laying qualities, making this another top red sex-link choice for your backyard flock. APPROX. 260 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

 

Jersey Giant Black

In the late 1800's New Jersey breeders created a chicken designed to rival the meatiness of the turkeys back then. The massive Black Jersey Giant was the result of merging the genetics of several large breeds. Later the White Jersey Giant was created. They grow slowly but eventually are a third larger than most other heavy breeds. It can take up to 9 months for this bird to fill out its meat proportions. APPROX 240 X-LARGE EGGS/YEAR |EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 11 LBS. FEMALE 9 LBS.

Production Red

The Production Red isn't a true sex link, but it performs like one! This breed is one of the most hardy and productive birds Hoover's offers. The hens lay good sized eggs that have strong shell quality. APPROX. 260 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

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Rhode Island White - NEW

 

The creator of the Rhode Island Whites wanted the two breeds to be similar in body shape so they aren't confused with the White Rocks. They have blocky body figures that are deep and broad. The males make great meat chickens due to their well-rounded breast meat. The breed is known for its great egg laying through the winter and being very calm and docile birds. *Sold as Straight Run only. Approx. 250 Large Eggs/Year | Egg Color: Brown | Mature Wt: Male 8 lbs. Female 6.5 lbs.

 

Silver Laced Wyandotte

These lacy girls aren't all show with their elegantly patterned feathers. They are also great egg layers. Wyandottes are one of the most strikingly beautiful chickens to grace a backyard flock. Developed in New York, they are quiet, easy to manage and one of the most winter hardy of all breeds.  APPROX. 245 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: CREAM | MATURE WT: MALE 7 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

 
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Assorted Brown Egg Layers

 

This will be an assortment of our standard brown egg layers based on availability. This assortment will not include meat birds of any kind, or white egg layers. You will receive a good mix and variety.

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Appenzeller Spitzenhaben

The Rainbow is a dual purpose bird that has one of the most unique feather color patterns you will ever see. It has every color you can imagine and no two birds look alike. The best part about this breed is that they make wonderful birds for small backyard flocks giving you the opportunity to butcher them or keep the hens for eggs! APPROX. 250 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR| EGG COLOR: BROWN |MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

 

Blue Laced Red Wyandotte

These lacy girls aren't all show with their elegantly patterned feathers, they are also great egg layers. Wyandottes are one of the most strikingly beautiful chickens to grace a backyard flock. Developed in New York, they are quiet, easy to manage and one of the most winter hardy of all breeds. The Blue Laced Red Wyandotte is sold as straight run only. APPROX. 245 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: CREAM | MATURE WT: MALE 7 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

 

Cuckoo Maran

 

The Maran breed originates from a town called Marans, France. It is a very winter hardy breed with a docile temperament. They tend to be more athletic, taking to foraging and free ranging more often than other breeds. Marans lay dark brown and dark speckled eggs. These tough birds make a great addition to any backyard flock. APPROX. 200 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 4.5 LBS.

 
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French Cuckoo Maran

 

The Maran breed originates from a town called Marans, France. It is a very hardy breed with a docile temperament. This breed tends to be more athletic, taking to foraging and free ranging more often that other breeds. The hens lay dark brown and dark speckled eggs. These tough birds make a great addition to any backyard flock. The French Cuckoo Maran is sold in straight run only. APPROX. 200 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 4.5 LBS.

Light Brahma - NEW

Named for India's Brhmaputra River the breed probably came to the United States on Nineteenth Century sailing ships, or could have been developed here from other Asian breeds. Brahmas are enormous, with hens weighing about 10 pounds. Their gentle and quiet temperament makes them one of the best breeds around children. Hens lay about 200 medium brown eggs annually. Sold in straight run only. APPROX. 200 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 18 LBS. FEMALE 14 LBS.

Welsummer

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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Barnevelder

Barnevelders are a medium heavy, dual-purpose birds that are very cold hardy. Their beautiful double-laced brown and blue feathers are just another perk of this docile bird that takes to foraging easily. The Barnevelders are single combed with yellow legs. APPROX. 180 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6.5 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

 

 

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Buff Brahma - NEW

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, these Brahmas are enormous. 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. They 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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Dark Brahama - NEW

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, these Brahmas are enormous. 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. They sometimes go broody, and are attentive mothers. Approx. 200 Medium Eggs/year | Egg Color: Brown | Mature Wt: Male 18 lbs. Female 14 lbs.

 

French Wheaton Maran

 

The Maran breed originates from a town called Marans, France. It is a very hardy breed with a docile temperament. This breed tends to be more athletic, taking to foraging and free ranging more often that other breeds. The hens lay dark chocolate eggs. These tough birds make a great addition to any backyard flock. The French Wheaten Maran is sold in straight run only. APPROX. 200 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 4.5 LBS.

Salmon Favorelle

People own Salmon Faverolles for their silliness and their steady egg production. These bearded beauties are great docile birds that are very friendly. The breed originated in France and became the premier meat and egg laying breed at the Paris market in the late 1800s. The salmon color s the most prominent in Europe and where they are available in the United States. APPROX. 180 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: LIGHT BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS.

Black Maran

The Maran breed originates from a town called Marans, France. It is a very winter hardy breed with a docile temperament. This breed is known to be more athletic and taking to foraging and free ranging more often than other breeds. The Black Maran lays a lighter brown egg, unlike the Black Copper Maran that lays a very dark brown egg. These tough birds make a great addition to any backyard flock. APPROX. 200 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6 LBS. FEMALE 4.5 LBS.

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Columbian Wyandotte - NEW

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. *Sold as straight run only. Approx. 245 Medium Eggs/Year | Egg Color: Brown | Mature Wt: Male 7 lbs. Female 5 lbs.

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French Copper Maran - NEW

The Maran breed originates from a town called Marans, France. Its a very winter hardy breed with a docile temperament. They are more athletic and take to foraging and free ranging more often than other breeds. The French Copper Marans lay dark brown eggs. *Sold as straight run only. Approx. 175 Medium Eggs/Year | Egg Color: Darker Brown | Mature Wt: Male 6 lbs. Female 4.5 lbs.

 

Lavender Orpington

 

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. Lavender Orpingtons are sold in straight run only. APPROX. 220 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 8.5 LBS. FEMALE 7 LBS.

 

Turkens

The Turkens are not half chicken and half turkey, they are a unique chicken with a bare neck like the turkey and with very little feathering around the breast and wing areas. In spite of their lack of feathers, they are very cold weather tolerant. They are friendly and easy to tame, plus they make for great conversation with curious neighbors. APPROX. 265 LARGE EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: BROWN | MATURE WT: MALE 6.5 LBS. FEMALE 5 LBS.

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Fluegel's has what you need to get your baby chicks started and keep them growing, we have the supplies and the expertise to help you succeed.  We stock several different feeders and waterers to accommodate all quantities and sizes of poultry.  Don't forget to treat your hens with a special snack, we carry mealworms and scratch grains.  

We stock Little Giant brand chicken supplies, manufactured in the USA!


At Fluegel's we stock a few different brands of Chicken, Duck, Goose, and other Game bird Feeds.  We make our own private label of Chicken Layer Pellet and Crumble. Also some of the brands that we stock are Purina and an Organic Chicken Starter and Layer Crumble.  

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  We stock both Game Bird Starter and Flight Conditioner for the Quail, Guinea Hens, and other non-chickens.

We stock both Game Bird Starter and Flight Conditioner for the Quail, Guinea Hens, and other non-chickens.

  A pelleted feed for finishing off your Broiler meat birds such as Chicken, Duck, and Geese. Or it can be feed to your back yard pet Ducks, Chickens, and Geese.

A pelleted feed for finishing off your Broiler meat birds such as Chicken, Duck, and Geese. Or it can be feed to your back yard pet Ducks, Chickens, and Geese.

  Supports Shell quality and keeps your birds busy.

Supports Shell quality and keeps your birds busy.

 All of our baby chicks come directly from Hoover's Hatchery

All of our baby chicks come directly from Hoover's Hatchery