Chicken Supplier for Sale at Evans Chickens
We have all supplies needed for chickens except the coop.

To confirm availability please Call or Text (+61 407 659927). This page is updated regularly. Please bring a suitable box or pet carrier to transport your chickens home. We accept cash, EFTPOS or credit card (1% surcharge).

We are asking customers to check in on the Service NSW application, only one customer exit the vehicle and to wear a mask as per the current COVID regulations. STOCK PICKUP BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please text name and quantity required to schedule an appointment to collect.

Point of Lay Hybrids (16-20 weeks)-onset of lay 20 weeks*

Hyline Brown or Isa Brown Pullets -$35 each. 10 for $300. Fully vaccinated. Please text name and quantity required to schedule an appointment to collect.

Hybrid Black & White Commercial Laying Pullets $35 each – Fully vaccinated. Just starting to lay. Only 6 blacks LEFT

Eight week old hybrid brown, black and white sexed chicks $22. Vaccinated for mareks, corzya, MG, MS and fowl pox. The will need starter and a brooder for the next week.

Pure Breed Pullets** – onset of lay approximately 24 Weeks* (pullets will require their own pen separate from mature flock until they are at least 18 Weeks) AVAILABLE IN:

Unsexed Pure Breed Chicks $20 each, available August 5th

Ten Week Old Sexed Pullets. Hatched June 1st. Australorps $52 each, Light Sussex $65 – limited number available. Vaccinated for Mareks, MG, MS & Corzya.

16 Week Old Pullets- Hatched April 24th 3 x Australorps $65. 3x light sussex $80. Vaccinated for mareks, MG, MS, corzya & fowl pox.

Young australorp & light sussex pullets

22 Week Old Pullets– Hatched March 14th 7 x Australorps $75. 1x light sussex $80. Vaccinated for mareks,MG,MS, corzya & fowl pox.

22-24 Week Old sexed pullets– limited number of black australorp pullets $80 . Vaccinated for mareks, MG, coryza & fowl pox.

1 Year Old Australorp Pullets $60. Fully vaccinated and laying.

Eggs & Roosters

Fertile Pure Breed Black Australorp Eggs $100 / dozen including express postage & packaging (eggsafe crate) or $60 / dozen pickup

Fertile Pure Breed Dark Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs $100 / dozen including express postage & packaging (eggsafe crate) or $60 / dozen pickup LIMITED NUMBER AVAILABLE

Fertile Pure Breed Light Sussex Eggs Eggs $100 / dozen including express postage & packaging (eggsafe crate – or $60 / dozen pickup LIMITED NUMBER AVAILABLE

Roosters – Light Sussex $60-$100, Australorp $60-$100 & Barred Rock $60-$100 CONTACT US

*Onset of lay for pullets is dependent on correct feed, sunlight access and a stress free environment.

**Pullet Guarantee:  If you purchase a professionally sexed pullet from us and it turns out to be a rooster, we will offer you a credit or refund of your purchase price on return of the healthy rooster to us. Sometimes we may be able swap for a pullet but this is at our discretion and stock availability.

Wyandottes – our newest breed

Thanks to a dear friend for my birthday gift of some beautiful gold laced wyandottes.

We will add these ladies eggs to our incubator and hope to be able to offer them for sale to our customers.

Stay tuned.

Open during NSW Covid Lockdown July 2021

Light Sussex in sun wearing an human mask incorrectly.
How not to wear a mask.

During this NSW lockdown our thoughts are with the businesses forced to close and individuals impacted by the closures.

As we are agricultural , we are permitted to be open. We are open Monday – Saturday by appointment. Masks and QR check in are required.

We have egg laying hens, feed, supplies, eggs and pest control items. Contactless pickup is available and we can deliver locally (within 15km) Please stay safe.

2021 Hawkesbury Show

Great results for Evans Chickens at the 2021 Hawkesbury Show. We took first & second place in light sussex cockerell (male) & pullet (female), first & second place in dark barred plymouth rock cockerell (male) & pullet (female) as well as best in breed, and second & third in australorp cockerell (male)

We also received first & third place for our eggs.

I had fun sewing some recycled bags and was honoured to receive 2nd place.

And for fun Ruby’s display.

Silkies now available for your backyard

Have you always wanted a silkie? Cute, fluffy and cuddly creatures. Well, in spring they will be available to purchase.

Silkie Pullet Colours Available

Silkies are not renowned for their egg laying (80 to 150 smallish eggs a year), but can be good broodie mothers and are very cute, friendly, fluff balls that feel like silk and satin. Have a read of our page on the breed for more details.

They will need a gentle flock if you are to mix them with an existing flock as they are not the most aggressive.

Contact us on 0407 659927 if you would like to pickup a silkie or two. Currently out of stock – check back in spring.

Day Old Hybrid Female Laying Chicks Now Available

Day old Isa brown chicks available pick up Maraylya NW Sydney from today June 16th. Vaccinated for mareks and fowl pox.  We also have day old hybrid white Leghorns $20 and black hybrid australorps $20. We sell chick feed, feeders, waterers, shavings  and supplies for chickens. We also have brooders and heat lamps for sale or hire. Contact us for details 0407659927

Isa Brown Chicks
Hybrid Australorp Chicks
White Hybrid Leghorn Chicks

Lice & Mites


Lice eggs on feather shaft
Lice and Eggs on White Chicken Vent

‘Mallophaga’.  Lice are light sensitive and scurry away when the feathers are parted. Young lice are pin head size and white, while adult lice are usually a brown colour.

Areas to look for lice are under the wing, around the parsons nose and around the feathers below the cloaca. Lice are transmitted between birds by direct contact. There is no part of the life cycle away from the birds. Eggs hatch within a few days, and the eggs are usually visible in chronic infections as fans of eggs, particularly under the wing.


Red mites on Metal Chicken Pen
Red Mites on Australorp Chickens

are also known as red, grey, and roost mites.  They can live in the human home.  They can also lead to anaemia, causing pale wattle and combs.  Sometimes chickens will refuse to lay in nesting boxes infested with mites.  They easily kill young chickens and broody hens.  As they are nocturnal, you will not find them on your chickens during the day.  Instead, during daylight hours, they hide in the nooks and crannies of your coop.  Once laid, they grow to adulthood by day 10.  They can live in a vacant chicken coop for up to 5 months.  They use poultry as a mobile cafeteria and suck blood during the nights, so they are not usually visible during the day time. These poultry mites are pin sized.

Red Mites on Wooden Perch

Pure Breeds in Autumn & Winter

Australorps on Grass, Maraylya NSW Evans Chickens

Here at Evans Chickens we have families of pure breed Australorp, Light Sussex and Dark Barred Plymouth Rocks chickens who are enjoying the grass that has grown after the recent rain. Many of our chickens have or are in the process of molting and as a result are not laying any eggs – all of their energy is being put into growing feathers and restocking vitamins in their bodies for the coming breeding season.

Light Sussex on Grass in Maraylya NSW Australia
Light Sussex

Some of the young pullets that we kept from this year are just beginning to lay, but this is mainly the Australorp pullets. The Light Sussex and Barred Rock breeds seem to be very influenced by diminished daylight hours and as a result we are seeing maybe one barred rock egg a day and no light sussex eggs.

Barred Rock Hens in Molt
Barred Rock Hens in Molt

As a result we are not currently incubating as we are not collecting enough eggs to justify the cost of running the incubators, brooders and purchasing vaccines (which usually is a minimum quantity of 1000 doses). Hopefully by July we can again fill the incubator and have some chicks available for purchase.

We are missing the opportunity to enter the agricultural shows this year as some of our birds are looking magnificent. COVID-19 has certainly had an effect on our lives – seems that everyone has finally had time to put in the chook house that they where always going to build.

Evans Chickens, CO-VID 19 & Chicken Availability Update

At Evans Chickens we have been in the business of supplying chickens for your backyard for many years . In the last few months we have seen unprecedented demand for backyard chickens and have been working hard to supply our customers. We have had many calls and texts, please be patient and if you are on our waiting list please send of a follow up text if you have not heard back from us. We have plenty of stock of feed and chicken accessories.

We stock all items for chickens except their coop.

We are now asking that customers come to our business by appointment only. Please contact us via text to book an appointment. We ask that only 1 member of your household get out of the vehicle and that our customers respect the social distance requirements. We believe that it is important protect all of our health when at our property and we sanitize all of our equipment between customers.

Hybrid Laying Hens

We are currently sold out of our hybrid stock. We have been working close with our suppliers and we have got planned arrivals of new stock for the following dates –

8th May: Isa Brown Pullets. These are $33 each and 16-18 weeks old. More stock is coming May 8th and if you would like to be on the wait list for May 8th send a text with May 8th as the first words.

We will be in contact with you about collection of your layers – please bring a box or pet carrier and we will have feed available.

Barred Rock Pullets
Barred Rock Pullets

Pure Breed Chickens: SOLD OUT UNTIL SPRING – Maybe a few breeding trios in light sussex and australorps available in a few weeks $300-$500 CONTACT US FOR DETAILS

Light Sussex
Australorp Pullets

Whilst we have always practiced farm bio-security, times have changed and so have we. We have been registered with DPI for some years & as a result we have upped our bio-security to comply the NSW DPI Salmonella Enteritidis Control Order. Whilst we have never had any report-able diseases on the property, we have taken these measures to keep it that way. This means that visitors may only be in designated areas and we ask for peoples co-operation with this.

2019-2020 have been challenging to all of us on many fronts – heat, fire, drought, flood and now possible isolation. Take time to enjoy your day and may your chickens give you hours of delight as you watch their “chicken tv” and their antics.