The Brahmas are a very old breed from Asia, probably originating in India and brought to this country about 1850 by Yankee sailors on their return from trading in Far Eastern ports. Because of its massive size, full feathered shanks and toes, and striking black and white plumage pattern, it has always been one of the most interesting varieties to work with. Brahmas are exceptionally quiet, gentle, and easy to handle. Their small pea comb, great size, and heavy plumage make them almost immune to cold weather. The hens are good layers of brown eggs, especially in winter, and will also set. Baby chicks are creamy white, but some have shades of gray on the back.
Hi how far can you ship ? I am in Northern California.
We ship to anywhere in the US.
Are you light brahmas the giant ones large foul?
We offer standard size breed Light Brahmas. The females average 8-9.5 lbs, males average 11-12 lbs at maturity.
Hi, do you sell older brahma hens?
We do offer the Light Brahmas as started pullets which are 15-22 weeks old when shipped. There are not any available right now, but we should be shipping them late spring or early summer.
Light BrahmaI got 8 Light Brahmas along with some other chickens. They are all living and they are about three months old. I got st. run chicks and I think I got four roosters and four hens. They are friendly.
meanest rooster everOur first rooster was a Light Brahma, and he was the meanest rooster we ever had. Attacked EVERYONE. He was a good breeder though and we had lots of good progeny from him. They are GIANT birds.