From Big To Small, We Do It All



Large Pure Breeds & Bantams
Page is being updated 


The Speckled Sussex is a great egg layer and will keep laying even during cold weather, when many other breeds will stop.

 You can expect one adult hen to lay around four or five large, light brown eggs each week. 

Speckled Sussex & Cockerels Available 

Very Limited Stock


The majestic Brahma is an old breed with its roots far back in time; as with many heritage breeds, the exact genetic makeup of this bird is unknown.

Historians have reconstructed the likely origins of this noble bird from clues left in the poultry books and journals of the 1800s.

Famed for its size and known as King of ‘Chickens’, it’s a docile, calm breed that is a both a meat, and egg laying, bird.

Pullets & Cockerels Available 

Bantam Brahma Available - Very limited number

The Norfolk Grey
                     Young 10 week old Pullets in Stock

The Norfolk Grey is a utility breed of chicken that originated near the city of Norwich, in Norfolk, England, in around 1910. The breed was originally created by Frederick W Myhill of Hethel, Wymondham under the name Black Maria. 

Dual-purpose meat/eggs
Egg production 220
Temperament -  Active Forager
Egg Colour-  Tinted

Light Sussex 
Pullets and Cockerels - Very Limited Stock

The Sussex is a British breed of dual-purpose chicken, reared both for its meat and for its eggs. Eight colours are recognised for both standard-sized and bantam fowl. A breed association, the Sussex Breed Club, was organised in 1903.

Dual-purpose meat/eggs
Egg production 250 Large
Temperament - Alert and Docile
Egg Colour- Brown, Cream, Tan

Buff Orpington 
Eggs in the incubator 

Today, the Buff Orpington is one of the world’s most popular breeds. A heritage chicken, it was even the favourite breed of Queen Elizabeth! 

A much loved, beautiful bird with personality. 

Originated in Orpington, Kent, in the late 1800's. .  

It is a docile chicken breed, the Buff Orpington is known as the friendliest and calmest of all the Orpington varieties.

A calm, stately chicken, it glides around its garden in search for food. It enjoys being held and likes the attention of humans.
With fantastic feathering, this chicken is absolutely lovely to behold. It moves in a gentle gliding motion, offering a sophisticated and classy air to your entire chicken run. 

It will even let you know when it’s ready for some loving, emitting soft little cries to encourage you to pick it up! 

Good winter hardiness.

Pekin Bantams 
Hens and Cocks In 

The Pekin is a small bantam, originally from China. . 
Loving and really quite docile, these comical little chickens are perfect for beginners and children. 
The Pekin is probably the most colourful of all the chicken breeds and are well known to have feathering about their feet and legs.
Temperament: Docile
Recognized variety: Blue, Cuckoo, Partridge, Lavender, Barred, Buff, Silver Partridge, Columbian, Mottled, Birchen, Black, White

Eggs in the incubator 

The Silkie is a breed of chicken named for its atypically fluffy plumage, which is said to feel like silk and satin. The breed has several other unusual qualities, such as black skin and bones, blue earlobes, and five toes on each foot, whereas most chickens only have four. 
It has fluffy as opposed to feathery plumage, dark skin, blue earlobes and five toes to each foot. Due to its docile temperament it makes an excellent broody bird as well as a mother to its own chicks. Owing to their unusual plumage they are not hardy, they suffer from both cold and damp and can go downhill very quickly if not fussed over. They are also susceptible to being bullied by other hens as they do not particularly stand up for themselves. They can lay roughly 100 eggs a year of a medium to small size and cream in colour, however this is often interrupted by them going broody.
Egg size: Small
Temperament: Calm, Friendly
Recognized variety: Bearded Black, Bearded Blue, Bearded Buff 
Egg color: Cream, Tinted

Rhode Island Red
Information Coming Soon


The Cochin is a breed of large domestic chicken. It derives from large feather-legged chickens brought from China to Europe and North America in the 1840s and 1850s. It is reared principally for exhibition. It was formerly known as Cochin-China. 
Primary use: ornamental
Egg size: Medium
Temperament: Calm, Friendly, Quiet
Recognized variety: Barred, Birchen, Black, Blue, Brown
Egg color: Light brown


     A large/ medium sized hen it is originally a Dutch bird from Barnvelde. 

An easy to care for and friendly bird it is particularly attractive in its silver or gold laced form. 

 they are poor flyer due to being a heavy bird are easily contained within a medium height fence. 

These hens also lay an attractive dark brown egg, sometimes with speckles and you can expect somewhere between 180 to 200 eggs per 

Barnevelders or ‘Barnies’ as they are affectionately known, are relative newcomers to the world of chickens.

That hasn’t held them back though, they have a firm following and rightly so. They are a low maintenance hen with a fun personality and good looks!

Once the darling of the Dutch egg industry, the Barnevelder now finds favor with many small flock keepers as a dual purpose hen.

In this article we are going to discuss the different varieties of Barnevelders, their temperament and of course, their beautiful chocolate colored eggs.

Barneys are a very easygoing bird and they rarely squabble with anyone; even the roosters are known to be calm.

The Barnevelder is a very friendly bird. They are always pleased to see you and will greet you with low key chattiness.

They do like to chat a little but their voice is low and quiet unlike RIR who like to shout!

Barnevelders are active birds they love to free range and excel at it. They can be easily tamed to be pets if you start at an early age and since they are docile, gentle and they are definitely kid friendly.

French Maran

Chicks and Young Birds Available

* Dutch Bantam - 10 weeks

* Pekins - 10 - 18 weeks

* French Maran - Chicks 

* Brahma - Chicks & 14 week olds

* Buff Orpington - Eggs In Incubator

* Norfolk Grey - 10 weeks off Heat

* Hatchery Vaccinated Hybrid Chicks - require a heat source

Also Available Eggs - Limited Amounts 

When collecting your chickens, please bring a suitable carrier to take them home in. 

A cat carrier, dog crate (with a blanket over the top) or a cardboard box would be perfect.

Two chickens would be comfortable in a cat carrier. Please ensure that the carrier is secure and ventilated, ideally with some shavings or straw to keep the chickens clean and happy on the journey.  

If your cardboard box does not have any holes, we will make some for you. 

We also have some cardboard boxes available if you forget or don’t have an available carrier - we won't ever charge you for boxes!

Terms & Conditions Apply - While Stocks Last

Please call to order as demand is extremely high 01379 384 801