Chickens for sale

August 7, 2010

Updated 6/8/2011

I love a beautiful, colorful egg basket like this:

* (starting clock wise Olive eggers, Ameraucana, Black Copper Marans,  Naked Neck, Easter Egger, Black Copper Marans, Olive Egger, Ancona white, Salmon Favorelle, Easter Egger.)

So I also love the chickens that produce various colors of eggs.

I am incubating Olive Eggers chicks, which are a combination of a blue egg layer (Easter Egger) and a dark brown egg layer (Black Copper Marans).  Olive eggers are always a surprise and come in all colors and combinations, though I am breeding towards blue/copper-feathered Olive Eggers.

Here are some second generation Olive egger chicks my game broody recently hatched.

In my Olive Egger breeding program is

My Blue Birchen Olive Egger Rooster, Blue Boy.

My Black Olive Egger Pullet, Jade.

Maisie the blue/copper Olive Egger pullet lays a medium brown egg.

Blue boy with some of my partridge and blue Olive Egger Hens.

Stoney La rue my Black Copper Marans Rooster

Some gratuitous pictures of my chickens for fun.

My rumpless Easter Egger, Collette.

Here’s an example of Jade’s egg, the light olive green egg, next to Muffin the Easter Eggers blue egg.

Muffin, an Easter Egger pullet.

My Splash Ameracauna pullet, Summer.

I enjoy sharing my love for chickens so much that I sell hatching eggs for a reasonable price so that more of you can find the joy in raising chickens who lay beautiful colored eggs.

Olive Egger hatching eggs, 12+ for $15,  plus shipping charges $15 in a priority USPS flat rate box.

If any of these chicks or chickens interest you, please contact meWhen contacting me be sure to leave the correct email address, I’ve had several people email me, but I can’t email them back because of an error with the email address.  If you haven’t heard from me, please email again.

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30 things before 30
June 27, 2011 at 8:37 am


Susie's Homemade August 7, 2010 at 4:55 pm

I’d love some but my subdivision wouldn’t:-(

Mindee@ourfrontdoor August 7, 2010 at 5:00 pm

Super, super cute! If I lived closer I would be sorely tempted.

Jessika August 8, 2010 at 2:08 am

Hello! Interested, definitely! Oh, but the distance thing. SIGH.

Love your olive eggers. Do they have a breed name? I’ve only heard them referred to as olive eggers, which I highly suspect is not a scientific name. I’ve been trying to find some, but I just don’t know what name to search for. Hmmm..

Congratulations on such a good show with the incubation!

Krissa August 8, 2010 at 2:32 pm

Oh, my gosh! Those are beautiful eggs! When I look at the pic of the chicks all I can think of is how bad I want to hold one! They are adorable. Even the grown chickens are pretty.

Candi August 8, 2010 at 2:55 pm

So cute!!! and Congratulations! I’d love to have some, but I don’t think they’d travel very well to Georgia 🙁

mub August 9, 2010 at 6:39 am

Awesome! I’m so glad you finally got a good hatch =D

Stephanie August 10, 2010 at 1:40 pm

I love how cute they are when they first hatch! But I have a question…do you live in a rural setting or more of a neighborhood-y feel? I live in the rural parts of Georgia…but in a neighborhood. So no chicks for me!

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