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Hybrid

Here are many different hybrid breeds and one of the most common is known as the Golden Comet. Hybrids have been bred to lay huge amounts of eggs whilst only consuming small amounts of food. This makes them cheaper to feed than other breeds. Eggs: You should expect for a typical hybrid hen to lay around 280 eggs per year.

Rhode Island Red

Rhode Island Red’s originated from America and are known as a ‘dual purpose’ chickens. This means they can be raised for either eggs or meat. They are one of the most popular backyard chicken breeds because they are tough and lay lots of eggs. Eggs: You should expect a young Rhode Island Red to lay 250 eggs a year.

Chicken Layers Rock

The Plymouth Rock is an American breed of domestic chicken. It was first seen in Massachusetts in the nineteenth century, and for much of the early twentieth century was the most popular chicken breed in the United States.

Marans

Marans are another dual purpose hen and are renowned for their vibrant dark brown eggs and exception meal quality. Eggs:  A Maran will lay around 200 eggs a year. These eggs are a vibrant dark brown colour and are medium sized.

OSTRICH

The ostrich or common ostrich is either one or two species of large flightless birds native to Africa, the only living member of the genus Struthio, which is in the ratite family.

Ostrichs Fertile Eggs

Once the ostriches have laid their eggs, they need to ensure that the eggs are evenly heated, so they put their heads into the hole to carefully turn the eggs.

Barnevelder

The Barnevelder is a cross between the Dutch Landrace and Asian jungle fowl. It is native to Holland and is known for its glossy feathers. Eggs: It is capable of laying around 200 eggs per year

Sussex

Like the Rhode Island Red, the Sussex is a ‘dual purpose’ hen which means they can be raised for either eggs or meat. Eggs:  A Sussex is easily capable of laying 250 eggs a year. 

Plymouth Rock

The Plymouth Rock (Barred Rock) is an ideal pick for a first time chicken keeper who  is looking for a hen that lays eggs roughly once every two days.Eggs:  A healthy Plymouth Rock should lay around 200 eggs a year .

Leghorn

Any child who grew up in the 50s or 60s will know what a Leghorn looks like from the popular TV show Foghorn Leghorn.  Leghorns were brought to the States from Italy back in the 1800s and have made the perfect backyard chicken ever since. Eggs:  They should lay around 250 eggs per year.

Fertile Eggs

Quality:Class A
-Medium Size,50g - 55g
-Large Size,55g - 60g
-X-Large Size
-Jumbo Size

Stocking Chickens Eggs

Packing: Our eggs come in cartons or boxes, there are 12 Trays of eggs in a carton and each tray contain 30 eggs. Making a total of 360 eggs in a carton or box.

Hamburg

The Hamburg (also spelt Hamburgh) is a chicken native to Germany and is one of the most attractive chicken breeds around. Eggs: They will lay around 200 eggs per year.

Marans

Marans are another dual purpose hen and are renowned for their vibrant dark brown eggs and exception meal quality. Eggs:  A Maran will lay around 200 eggs a year.

Buff Orpington

In tenth place is the Buff Orpington, which is my personal favourite chicken breed. They originate from Kent, England and are a backyard chicken keeper’s dream! Eggs: Orpingtons will lay around 180 eggs a year.

Ancona

The Ancona is a small hen which originates from Italy but is now much more common  in the United Kingdom and the US. Eggs:  It will lay around 200 eggs per year. These will be small white eggs.Colour .