Welsummer and White Leghorns Are Now Available - 
chicks for sale
Chicks are $6.00 each straight run

Benefits of Buying Chicks:
Having backyard chicks in Virginia, can be an amazing addition to any yard. Buying chicks allows you to raise a chicken that will be great for eggs and getting rid of any unwanted bugs from your yard. With just a little initial work, you can have your own farm fresh eggs everyday. 

Sebastopol Geese
geese for sale

Sebastopols are pretty geese - and, they are easy to confine, make great meat birds, and are not too aggressive. If you are looking for a farmyard goose, carefully consider this breed!

Production: Sebastopols are moderate egg layers. You can expect 25-35 eggs annually. They grow to a good table weight, averaging 12-14 pounds at maturity. Handling your birds, and spending time with them will ensure they are tame and not aggressive.

The most obvious and interesting feature of a Sebastopol Goose is its curly feathers. They almost look like they are wearing fancy dresses. The feathers on the head and upper part of the neck are normal, while the rest of the feathers have flexible shafts and spiral, or curl.

Because their feathers lay loosely, Sebastopols cannot fly and so are easy to contain. They also do not tolerate the cold as well as other breeds and need adequate housing during cold weather.

To keep a Sebastopol looking good, you need to provide it with plenty of water for washing. They should be kept in mud-free areas as well.

 Please inquire about ordering goslings in Spring of 2017

Toulouse Geese
Toulouse Geese for sale in virginia

Toulouse Geese originate from the countryside around the city of Toulouse in Southern France. The French created this incredibly heavy goose to use for 'Pâté de foie gras'. This has been, and still is, a delicacy in France.  Many people first think of Toulouse when geese are mentioned. They are fairly common, lay a good number of fertile eggs and are a sturdy, durable breed. They are one of the best breeds at hatching and raising their own young.

We have 8 goslings available  $20.00 each

White Leghorns
Leghorns are great layers of large white eggs, laying an average of 280-320 eggs per year. They start to lay at 4-5 months old.  They have a good resistance to disease.  In winter you will need to use petroleum jelly on their combs because they are prone to frost bite.  
Welsummers are one the best layers we have on the farm.  With about 5 of their large, dark, terracotta-brown eggs a week, they will keep any farmer happy with their egg production.   They have a wonderful disposition. By far, they are the friendliest breed we have on the farm.
white silkies for sale

Of all the ornamental chicken breeds, the Silkie Bantam is the most popular and most loved. Can't you tell why? They're the lap dog of the chicken world, complete with hair-like plumage and an incredibly sweet temperament. Silkies were originally bred in China, where they are still kept (and eaten) today. They have black skin and bones and 5 toes instead of the normal 4. In addition, Silkie hens make wonderful mothers and are even known to adopt baby ducks if given the chance! You will get a mix of bearded and non-bearded varieties with your Silkie order.

We will have hatching eggs and chicks available again in Spring of 2017

Light Brahma 
chickens for sale

Brahmas are one of the larger chicken breeds with feathered legs and feet. These birds were bred for meat production, though the hens lay relatively decently and are great setters and mothers. This breed of chicken makes a great addition to any flock for its quiet calm demeanor. They are tolerant to the cold and are good in the heat.  While not as good of a layer as a leghorn, you can expect 3 to 4  medium-size brown eggs per week.

Easter Eggers
chickens for sale in virginia

Easter Eggers are one of our favorite chicken breeds. They're wonderfully odd-looking, with muffs and a beard. Easter Eggers are the most commonly available variety. Easter Egger roosters are particularly calm and dignified, and make great roosters for the home flock since they are not as aggressive as some others. The hens lay medium-sized to large sized eggs in prolific numbers, and they are good winter layers, too. They are shy and sweet-natured, but so docile that they tend to find themselves at the bottom of the pecking order in a mixed flock.