True Blue Whiting info please? - Page 10
Our rooster, Peyton Manning, just started breeding hens (saw him for the first time yesterday). Had sausage and eggs for dinner, and two of the eggs were fertile! So ... I'll probably start trying to incubate eggs next week. I have them for sale locally, but if they don't sell, I might consider shipping chicks and/or eggs.
As to our experience, they've been hardy. They lay like crazy (Dr Whiting said to expect 300 eggs/season). They rode in the back of our pick up truck (w/ a cap) but it was still cold. They did great -- even laid five eggs on the trip home!