Sagitta is a Centurian Poultry patented hybrid; it is not the same as red star freedom ranger, etc.
I have just one Sagitta hen, who is now one year-old and weighs 5 pounds, she is far more productive than my other standard breeds (wyandottes, australorp, orpington). She lays the largest eggs of the group and is the most consistent. She started laying at 17 weeks, 4 weeks earlier than her sisters, but also grew at least 50% faster than everyone else. When I bought the chick from Wilco (who bought her from Dunlap) , I was told that it was a RIR x NH hybrid, which is only partially correct. It's a feather sexable hybrid produced by Centurian Poultry by crossing a (New Hampshire X Rhode Island Red) rooster with a White Cornish hen. While they were created for commercial dual-purpose production, she does quite well free range foraging and eating scraps, which consist of most of her diet. She's a real sweety, and is my 5yo daughter's favorite to hold. It's a pretty good variety, although from Centurian's literature, I think I may need to try their gold sex link Bovan Brown next time.