Rare & Heritage breeds

Gray Farms

Conserve Heritage Breed Livestock
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Chicks are 3-5 months old. Most can be sexed. $10 each, you pick em.
Northwest Missouri, local pick up only, No hatchery birds here, All parent stock on site

Iowa Blues
Black Sumatras
Dark Brahmas
Spangled Russian Orloffs
Swedish Flower Hens
English Buff Orpingtons
Salmon Favorelles
White Faced Black Spanish - few cockerels only
Silver Spangled Appenzeller Spitzhaubens - few cockerels, only 1 pullet
Birchen English Orpingtons - one pair
Black English Orpingtons "out of Birchens" - 2 pullets only
 

chickengirl2016

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Hello! Do you still have pullets available? I think I just found out one of my "pullets" is actually a rooster (which we aren't allowed to have where I live) and would love to introduce a new bird after I remove him. Although there is a possibility it is a female, so I want to be absolutely sure before I rehome him.(I think we will know within the next couple weeks) :/ But I would love to know which breeds are the most docile and best laying from your stock if you are willing to share. :)
 

Gray Farms

Conserve Heritage Breed Livestock
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Yes I've got some to sell still. Nearly 200 in total. The most docile would be the Orpingtons and the Brahmas. The Orpingtons are not very good layers. But the Dark Brahmas are. The Favorelles are fairly docile and good layers. They Swedish Flowers and Iowa Blues are my best layers but can be a little flighty.

I found your post on your GL Wyandotte, that is indeed a cockerel. No doubt about it.
 
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