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The Australorp

The Australorp is frequently overlooked by many poultry keepers but it has so many good things going for it! It is a hardy bird that is happy free ranging, is docile and good with children (even if a little heavy to lift up) and is a good egg-layer as well as being a reasonable size white skinned meat bird.  Being fast growers, they reach point of lay at about 24 to 26 weeks of age. The Australorp will generally not fly very high, making fencing easier.  Click for more detail

Light Sussex

  Sussex ChickensLight Sussex chickens are up right alert, and usually docile. The Sussex Chicken has a wide, flat back, a deep breast, 45 degree tail and broad shoulders. They have a single comb and red ear lobes and comb. They are good foragers and a delight to see in the paddock. Light Sussex are often used to create hybrids chicks, as when crossed with "gold" cockerells, they will produce sex-linked chicks. They may go broody and will moult each year.  Click for more detail 

 ISA Browns

Isa Brown Chicken, SydneyISA Browns are an incredibly popular chicken choice and that is mainly because they are the producers of the big brown eggs found on supermarket shelves. We think that ISA Browns have a place in a backyard flock, as they should give you eggs year round, while your pure breeds are molting or going broody. Click for more detail

Black Hybrid Australorp

The black hybrid Australorp is an Australorp cross which has produced a very good layer. These birds are distinguished from the pure Australorps by their medium size, some red feathering around the neck and a red (not black) eye.    Click for more detail 

Leghorn hybrids

The leghorn hybrid hen is developed from the White Leghorn pure breed hen. While the pure breed variety is already a great layer, the hybrid variety is a truly exceptional egg layer.
Leghorn Hybrid chickens are excellent layers of white eggs around 300 + per year) with a superior feed-to egg conversion ratio and excellent livability   Click for more detail 
 Posted on : August 28, 2018