Ameraucanas were bred alongside Auracanas from the original Collonca and Quetro hybrids that were imported to the United States from Chile in the early 1900s.
Small pea combs, full muffs and beards, and soft fluffy feathers keep Ameraucanas warm in the winter, while their clean legs and light-colored plumage help them cope in the heat of summer.
Our Ameraucana hens have proven to be excellent egg layers, providing us with approximately 250 medium sky-blue colored eggs per year.
Black Sumatras are a rare, long-tailed ornamental breed from Indonesia. They are capable fliers and free rangers and are relatively cold-hardy with their small pea combs.
Their iridescent black plumage can give them some challenges in the direct summer sun but they do fine with plenty of shade and cool water.
We breed to the standard of perfection, including form and posture, yellow foot pads, and roosters with three or more spurs on each leg.
These rare Thai natives were originally bred as pit birds, and are now kept ornamentally and for meat. They are not a recognized breed but a cultural heritage.
Their proud upright posture, long legs, and wide hips and shoulders give these large muscular birds a unique appearance. Our birds are bred from stock imported by our local Hmong friends.
Roos are generally very sweet with people but can be aggressive towards other roos they did not grow up with.
Although not a recognized breed, Easter Eggers are descended from the same ancestors as Ameraucanas and Auracanas. They are the original blue and green egg layers!
Our Eggers greatly resemble Ameraucanas but with varied plumage colors, and we also hybridize them for alternative egg colors and better egg production. Let us know if you are looking for a particular egg color to add to your basket!
Approximately 250 - 300 large, green to blue or olive colored eggs per year.
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