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post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 

Hey there, Im wanting to get started with raising chickens.  Can someone tell me were the best places to get supplys.  I live in Mid Suffolk and looking for a clean fresh supplier.

Thanks

post #2 of 13

Hi :)

I live in the Huntington area.

This is actually my first post, as I just joined this board an hour ago.

I am very new raising chickens. I am actually an adoptive mom to three, so In came here to learn.

You might want to check out Talmage farm in Riverhead.

Good luck!

Debbie

post #3 of 13

Hello If you check out the thread - southern NY,Dutchess county and below there are many Long Islanders on there come on over

post #4 of 13
Thread Starter 

Thanks.  Ive heard of Talmage, Ill have to take a ride out there and check it out.  I would love to check the other thread but Im new to this and trying to figure out how to get around this site.

post #5 of 13

 Theirs a agway in port jeff  (my first choice)             In mastic theirs a small feed store on montauk hwy next to the crackhead motel across from the pawn shop.     and they have chicks right now !!

  I have never heard of talmage   -  I hope thats not the feed store that closed up in the town of riverhead ?

 

   Find anywear new let us know

post #6 of 13

There is an Agway in Riverhead It is very nice I get my chick stuff there I take the drive from East Islip

 

It is several miles down the road from the outlets on the opposite side of the street on Osborn Ave. Also good for gardening supplies this time of year. They also have "chick days" . They have a good selection to choose from.

post #7 of 13
Thread Starter 

I see a trip to Riverhead in my future.  Ill be looking out for crack head chicks near a hotel, lol.  Thanks guys.  If they have Wyandottes, Im so there.

Terri

post #8 of 13

I have the most beautiful Red blue laced Wyandottes I hatched on Thanksgiving They are so gentle .I hope you find some
 

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I see a trip to Riverhead in my future.  Ill be looking out for crack head chicks near a hotel, lol.  Thanks guys.  If they have Wyandottes, Im so there.

Terri



 

post #9 of 13
Thread Starter 

Thats awsome, where did you get yours.  Did get your egg by mail or what.  I would love to see pics.  I decided that that is the breed I want.  I hear they are gentle.  Good layers and obviously beautiful

post #10 of 13

I ordered eggs from ebay in October I only have one pullet and no roosters or I could help you103.JPG
She is one big puff ball

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Thats awsome, where did you get yours.  Did get your egg by mail or what.  I would love to see pics.  I decided that that is the breed I want.  I hear they are gentle.  Good layers and obviously beautiful



 

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