Looking to buy white egg laying hens!

Discussion in 'Chicks 1 Day to 8 Weeks Old' started by Kylie renner, Nov 16, 2017.

  1. Kylie renner

    Kylie renner Hatching

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    Hello,
    I am recently new to club here. But I am looking to buy white egg laying hens!

    Thanks in advance!
     
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  2. puffypoo

    puffypoo Free Ranging

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    Welcome! Glad you're here!:wee
    Do you want to know where to get them, or what kind of white egg layers to get?
     
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  3. Kylie renner

    Kylie renner Hatching

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  4. Kylie renner

    Kylie renner Hatching

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    Yes both please!
     
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  5. rjohns39

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    Hi Kylie and welcome to BYC :frow We're so happy you've decided to join us:ya

    What part of the world are you in. I have non-industrial Leghorns and Barred Hollands for white eggs. Are you interested in production breeds or heritage breeds?
     
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  6. lazy gardener

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  7. puffypoo

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    Like rjohns39 said, it depends on your goals. If you want a really great egg layer, go for leghorns. If you are more into showing or pets, or just pretty birds, there are lots of options, such as polish.
     
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  8. lazy gardener

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    climate and housing, management style play big factors in appropriate choices.
     
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    Is anyone shipping now, or is it too cold
    I'm looking to help out my over a month broody hen
    My preference is egg laying, so the non-industrial Leghorns sounds perfect to me

    But we're in Central Coast CA, near SLO

    TiA,
    charlie
     
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