U.S hatcheries or breeders that ship to Canada

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To order from a US hatchery one would need to have them supply health papers and ship the chicks to a US border where you go to bring the chicks across to Canada

Cackle replied to my email today saying that they don’t supply health papers/export to Canada

McMurray Hatchery supplies health papers for $75

Ideal Hatchery supplies health papers for $100 and they replied to me on here saying that if I wanted to place an order for their specials such as $1 bantams it wouldn’t be possible, I don’t know why but I think it’s because the papers take about 3 weeks to get and the special prices are weekly

Anyone know of other hatcheries or breeders that ship to Canada

Meyer is another one I’m curious about but I haven’t contacted them
 

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Thank you for the replies. I am mostly looking for silver pencilled cochins and columbian wyandotte bantams but will also consider other breeds when I get a place.

I will probably go with Ideal as they have those two breeds or Performance Poultry- they don't have those colors but do have bantam Cochins and Wyandottes in other colors.

This is what it says on Purely Poultry under the Shipping tab:
Hawaii and Exporting: We ship all of our chicks via United Postal Service Priority Mail to the continental the United States, and Alaska. We cannot export. We cannot provide documentation for Hawaii, Canada or any other country or territory.

Mt. Healthy doesn't say what bantam breeds they have other than assorted but I did email them. The same seems to apply with Berg's. Rochester and Frey's only have standards.

Can't wait to get my chickies even though it'll be a few years. I find chickens to be therapeutic and just planning my future flock is calming.
 

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Just read the description of these breeds, they have almost every color in each one

Japanese

Developed in Japan these birds are beautiful and unusual with their very short legs; they do not require much space. We offer the following varieties: White, Black, Mottled, Black Tailed White, Black Tailed Buff and Grey.

Belgian Bearded d'Anvers

Developed in Belgium, the d'Anver is very small and nicely marked in many different varieties. We offer the following varieties: Quail and Blue Quail.

Old English Game

Developed in England the Old English Game is hardy and athletic and comes in a variety of nice colors. We offer the following varieties: Black Breasted Red, Silver Duckwing,Gold Duckwing, Red Pyle, Silver Blue, Self Blue, Blue, Blue Quail, Lemon Blue, Black, Buff, Crele, Chocolate, Wheaten, Fawn Silver, Black Tailed Buff.

Modern Game

The Modern game originates from England, it is a tall elegant breed kept mainly for exhibition. We offer the following varieties: Red Pyle, Birchon, Black, Lemon Blue, Blue and Silver.

Sebright

Developed in Britain these bantams are eye catching with their attractive lacing feather pattern. We offer the following varieties: Silver, Gold and Buff Laced.

Cornish Bantams

Developed in England the Cornish are a stocky bird, they are tame and easy going. We offer the following varieties: White, Dark, White Laced Red and Blue Laced Red.

Rosecomb

This breed originates in Britain, the Rosecomb's nice form and feathering makes it popular for showing and for an attractive addition to the backyard flock.

Buff Orpington bantam

Developed in England the Buff Orpington bantam is active, docile and striking in its buff plumage.

Rhode Island Red bantam

Developed in the US, this bantam is attractive with its dark red feathering; the hens are good layers.

White Leghorn bantam

The Leghorn bantam was developed in the US, it is a good layer, an excellent show bird and with handling can become quite tame.

White Crested Black Polish bantam

This bantam is outstanding with its large white crest and completely black body feathering, an excellent show bird.

Wyandotte bantam

This bantam is friendly, docile and very attractive; the hens make good broodies. We offer the following varieties: Silver Laced, Gold Laced, Buff, Blue Laced Red and Blue.

Ameraucana bantam (Easter Egger)

Like its larger counterpart, the bantam Ameracauna is a good layer of green and blue eggs.

Brahma bantam

Brahma bantams are nicely colored docile birds; the Brahma hen makes a good broody; this breed can withstand cold temperatures quite well. We offer the following varieties: Light, Dark and Buff.

Cochin bantam

Developed in China, Cochins are friendly, cute, and popular as show birds and the hens make good mothers. We offer the following varieties: Barred, Black, Blue, Buff, Gold Laced, Mottled, Red, Silver laced, White, Black Frizzled, White Frizzled and Red Frizzled. Note: Not all Frizzle Cochin chicks will be frizzled, some will have normal feathering.

Silkie

Silkies originate from the Orient. These birds are unique with feathering that looks more like fur, they are friendly and the Silkie hen makes an excellent broody. We offer the following varieties: Black, Blue, Buff, Grey, Partridge, Red, White and Self Blue.

Sultan bantam

The Sultan bantam was developed in the U.S. This bird has a crest, beard, muff, feathering on its legs and toes, vulture hocks, five toes and completely white plumage.

Belgian Bearded d'Uccle

Developed in Belgium the d'Uccle is a truly beautiful bantam that actually improves in looks after its first year. We offer the following varieties: Mille Fleur, Porcelain, Blue Mille Fleur, Self Blue, White and Golden Neck.

Ancona

Anconas originate in Italy; they are active, alert, good layers and look attractive in their mottled feathering.

Leghorn

Leghorns originate in Italy; they come in a variety of colors and are kept for exhibition and for egg laying. We offer the following varieties: White, Danish Brown, Buff, Red, Rose Comb Brown, Single Comb Light Brown, Single Comb Dark Brown, Exchequer.

Blue Andalusian

This breed originates from Spain and is mainly kept for its striking blue-laced plumage; the hens are good layers.

Minorca

The Minorca is a Mediterranean breed; it is popular for showing and the hens are good layers. We offer the following varieties: Buff and Black.

Campine

This breed originates in Belgium and is kept mainly for display and exhibition. The hens are good layers. We offer the following varieties: Gold and Silver.

Hamburg

Developed in Holland, the Hamburg is beautiful and kept mainly for display and exhibition; the hens are good layers. We offer the following varieties: Silver Spangled, Gold Spangled, Blue, Silver Penciled and Gold Penciled.

Lakenvelder

This breed originates in Germany; the contrasting black neck and tail feathers against the buff or white body feathering make these birds outstanding. We offer the following varieties: Silver and Gold.

Plymouth Rocks

Developed in the US this popular breed is kept for its looks, hardiness and reliability. We offer the following varieties: Barred, Buff, Partridge and White.

New Hampshire Red

An American breed, the New Hampshire is a good dual-purpose bird; they are a lighter red than the Rhode Island Red.

Rhode Island Red

This American breed is a good egg layer; it looks attractive with its mahogany colored feathering.

Orpington

The Orpington is a beautiful English breed, it is soft feathered and docile.

Sussex

Developed in England for dual purposes the Sussex is also nicely marked. We offer the following varieties: Speckled and Light. Light Sussex are straight run only.

Cornish

This breed was developed in England, it is large and powerful looking and kept mainly for exhibition purposes. We offer the following varieties: Buff, Dark and White Laced Red.

Jersey Giant

Developed in the US the Jersey Giant is a large bird that grows slowly. We offer the following varieties: Black and White.

Dominique

This American breed is very similar looking to the Barred Rock; a quick differentiation between the two is the Dominique’s rose comb compared to the Barred Rock’s single comb.

Naked Neck (Turken)

Developed in Hungary or Germany the Naked Neck looks like a cross between a chicken and a turkey.

Wyandotte

A popular "well rounded" dual purpose breed developed in the US. A very beautifully marked bird. We offer the following varieties: Golden Laced, Silver Laced, Partridge, Columbian, White and Buff.

Buckeye

This American breed is a nice mahogany colour; they have a pea comb which makes it a nice choice in cold areas; they are a friendly bird.

Delaware

This American breed is docile and a good dual purpose bird.

Polish

These birds are outstanding with their large crests, beards, muffs and beautiful markings, they are kept mainly for show, however they are also good layers of white eggs. We offer the following varieties: Buff Laced, Black Crested White, Gold Laced, Silver Laced and White Crested Black.
Crevecoeurs

This breed originates in France, it is a solid black bird with a large crest and beard; the hens lay a white egg.

Mottled Houdans

These birds originate from France; they have black plumage with white tips throughout their body.

Sultan Std.

This breed was developed in Turkey; they are all white birds with a crest, beard, muffs, heavy feathering on legs and toes, vulture hocks and a fifth toe.


Brahma

The Brahma was developed in China, this breed is large, slow growing, gentle and beautiful. We offer the following varieties: Light, Dark and Buff.

Cochin

The Cochin originates from China; it is kept mainly for showing and for a beautiful addition to the backyard flock. The Cochin hen makes a good broody. We offer the following varieties: Barred, Black, Blue, Buff, White, Partridge, Silver Laced and Gold Laced.

Black Langshan

Developed in China the Langshan is a nice looking bird kept mainly for exhibition.

Salmon Faverolle

Faverolle's were developed in France for meat and egg production, they are rare now and also kept for display and exhibition.

Ameraucana (Easter Egger)

Developed in the US, this breed lays blue and green eggs and is friendly in nature.

Chantecler

Developed in Canada, the Chantecler is a beautiful dual-purpose breed that can withstand cold weather. We offer the following varieties: Buff, Partridge and White.

Dorking

A very old breed in the English Class of poultry, these birds are very beautiful when seen in real.

Egyptian Fayoumi

The Fayoumi is from Egypt; it is rare, fast maturing, very hardy and a good free ranger.

Silver Spangled Spitzhauben

This breed was developed in Switzerland and is kept mainly for its uniqueness; they have a pointed crest, which bends forward.

Sicilian Buttercup

This breed originates from Italy and is very unique looking with its cup shaped comb; it is also a good layer.

Red Jungle Fowl

The Jungle fowl is a wild chicken that comes from Asia; it is believed that all modern day breeds are derived from this bird.

Phoenix

The Phoenix breed was developed in Japan; they are primarily kept for show and exhibition due to their unusually long and beautiful tail feathers. We offer the following varieties: Gold and Silver.

Dark Aseels

Aseels were developed in India; they are very strong and aggressive chickens.

Barnevelder

Barnevelders originate from Holland and are sought after for the very dark brown eggs they lay. Plumage pattern is double laced partridge.

Cuckoo Maran

Similar in color to the Barred Rock, the Cuckoo Maran lays a much darker brown egg.

Welsummer

Developed in Holland this breed lays beautiful dark Terracotta colored eggs; the birds are also very nicely marked.

Black Sumatra

Developed in Asia, the Sumatra is kept largely for its beauty and for showing.

Black Breasted Red Malay

Known for their belligerent nature, the Malay is long legged and tough looking, males will protect their hens fearlessly.

Red Caps

This English breed has plumage that is reddish brown in colour with black tips; it has a very large rosecomb.

Spangled Russian Orloff

An unusual and friendly breed of chicken that has a beard, muffs and a walnut comb, the Orloff is believed to originate from Iran.

Yokohama

Developed in Japan, the Yokohama is a striking bird with very long hackle, saddle and tail feathers.

Black Shamos

Developed in Japan, this breed has a very tall and upright stance. Like all the game breeds, the males have to be kept separated.

White Faced Black Spanish

This old Mediterranian breed is all black with very unique large white earlobes. They are good layers of large white eggs.

Barred Holland

This rare American breed is calm and lays white eggs. They do well foraging and can also handle confinement well.

Mottled Java

This breed originates in the US. A calm bird that lays brown eggs and has very striking plumage black and white mottled plumage.

Whiting True Blue

This breed comes in a multitude of different plumage colors, leg colors, comb types and some are bearded. Temperament varies as well. A good free ranger that lays large blue/green eggs.
 

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Nice breed list.

I might order all three colours of bantam Brahma from them when we move next year if we get a yard

Then when I move to the country sometime in the next 5 years I’m ordering darn near everything
 

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