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Contact Information
Country Hatchery, Inc.
P.O. Box 747
Wewoka, OK 74884
Ph: 405.257.1236

Email: info@countryhatchery.net

 

 

Chickens

 
Country Hatchery Chicken Cinnamon Queen

Cinnamon Queens

This Sex-Linked Chicken is a cross between the Rhode Island Red Male and the Delaware Female. The female chicks are mostly red when they hatch and the males are mostly white.

We have replaced the Rhode Island Reds with this chicken. The Cinnamons have that hybrid vigor and will begin to lay at about 5 1/2 months of age, and lay they will, laying right on through the coldest and hottest weather. You just won't be able to beat this chicken for eggs, Eggs, and MORE EGGS.

Day-Old.

 

Sex
1-5 (each)
6-15 (each)
16-24 (each)
25-49 (each)
50-99 (each)
100 or more
St. Run
2.50
2.40
2.30
2.20
2.15
2.10
Females
2.85
2.80
2.70
2.60
2.50
2.40
Males
2.00
1.75
1.50
1.30
1.15
1.05

 

 

Country Hatchery Chicken Dixie Delaware

Dixie Delawares

This is a Sex-Linked Chicken that is produced by crossing Delaware Males onto Rhode Island Red Females. The females hatch out with the Delaware coloring, and the males hatch out mostly red. The end result is a chicken that is well suited for the Southern Climates.

This breed is an excellent layer of brown-shelled eggs and will live and produce for years. At the end of their laying life which is usually two years or even a little more, they will dress out into beautiful stewing hens. These chickens have a calm, good-natured disposition.

Day-Old.

 

Sex
1-5 (each)
6-15 (each)
16-24 (each)
25-49 (each)
50-99 (each)
100 or more
St. Run
2.50
2.40
2.30
2.20
2.15
2.10
Females
2.85
2.80
2.70
2.60
2.50
2.40
Males
2.00
1.75
1.50
1.30
1.15
1.05

Black Beauties

This wonderful Sex-Linked Chicken is a cross beween Rhode Island Red Males and Barred Rock Females. The females hatch out almost entirely black but when fully feathered will have some red on their throats. The males hatch out looking like a Barred Rock.

This is the chicken you will want if you have been used to raising Black Australorps in the past. We have replaced the Australorps with this breed. You will find that these chickens are very easy to raise because they have that hybrid vigor. They will begin to lay at about 5 1/2 months of age and the eggs will soon become large. Many people call this chicken "the egg-laying machine".

Day-Old.

Country Hatchery Chickens Black Beauty
Sex
1-5 (each)
6-15 (each)
16-24 (each)
25-49 (each)
50-99 (each)
100 or more
St. Run
2.50
2.40
2.30
2.20
2.15
2.10
Females
2.85
2.80
2.70
2.60
2.50
2.40
Males
2.00
1.75
1.50
1.30
1.15
1.05

 

Country Hatchery Ameraucanas Ameraucanas

This beautiful chicken is known for its ability to lay green eggs. They are beautiful chickens that add a whole new dimension to your poultry flock. Good setters, they make wonderful mother hens for your chicks. But don't forget their wonderful egg laying ability. They are actually one of our best egg layers.

Being very hardy, they love to roam on your yard, eating lots of bugs and grasshoppers. The chicks are very lively and are easy to raise. Many people say that the meat of the Ameraucana has a taste similar to quail. We are sure that if you try these beautiful chickens you will be very proud of them and will tell your friens and neighbors about your chickens that lay green eggs.

Sex
1-5 (each)
6-15 (each)
16-24 (each)
25-49 (each)
50-99 (each)
100 or more
St. Run
2.90
2.85
2.80
2.75
2.60
2.50
ADVANTAGES TO RAISING ANY OF OUR SEX-LINKED MALES
AS OPPOSED TO CORNISH ROCK BROILERS

1. Any of our Sex-Linked males are good to use for fryer chickens. While they will not reach butchering size as quicky as Cornish Rock Broilers, they will still develop into reasonable fryers in a reasonable amount of time. While you could butcher Cornish Rocks at 8 weeks of age, you might want to wait until the Sex-Linked males are 12 weeks of age. While it will take more time for them to reach butchering size, the cost per chick is much less than with Cornish Rock Broilers.

2. None of our Sex-Linked males are genetically altered. Cornish Rocks are genetically altered. We don't like to hatch anything that is genetically altered, so this is another reason that we stopped hatching Cornish Rocks.

3. Cornish Rock Broiler meat is often "mushy" and doesn't have much flavor. This is because they are not bred for flavor; they are bred for growth. On the other hand, our Sex-Linked males will have unsurpassed flavor. No, the breast size will not be as large as on the Cornish Rocks, but the taste of what is there will be wonderful and have a taste similar to quail.

4. Cornish Rock Broilers do not do well in hot weather. They are so big that they develop heart trouble and will often fall over dead. Meanwhile, our Sex-Linked males are still thriving.


 

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