Started Pullets are hens that range from 15-22 weeks old. You can purchase any number of started pullets - even just one. Most hens start laying eggs at 24 weeks. So once they arrive and become accustomed to their new surroundings, they will shortly begin to lay eggs.
|Barred Rock Started Pullets
The feathers on a Barred Rock, are black with white barring throughout. Barred Rocks are known as American's oldest dual purpose, heritage breed, used primarily for excellent production of large brown eggs even in the summer heat.
|Black Australorp Started Pullets
The Australorps have a solid black plumage with a beautiful green sheen, when standing in the sun. They are one of the most prolific egg producers of brown eggs. At maturity the females weigh 6# and start laying at approximately 24 weeks.
|Red Star Started Pullets
Red Star Pullets are production quality pullets raised on pasture and all natural feed. Our pullets will start laying at 23 weeks of age or earlier.
|New Hampshire Red Started Pullets
The New Hampshire was developed around 1915. A very popular dual purpose breed that grows fast, feathers quickly and produces large brown eggs. The body and chest color are a beautiful, medium chestnut red. The males are somewhat darker than the females.
|Rhode Island Red Started Pullets
A Rhode Island Red has a lustrous rich dark mahogany red with a dark tail. These pullets are one of the best dual-purpose breeds and a super choice for back-yard flocks. The birds are hardy and do excellent in a free range operation though they will also do well in confinement. They are a wonderful choice for production of large brown eggs at around 24 weeks of age.
|White Leghorn Started Pullets
Uncle Bob will only eat white eggs. This is the breed for him. These are our very best white egg layers. If you are after maximum production of white eggs with the most efficient feed conversion ratio, then this is your ticket.
|Araucana/Ameraucana Started Pullets
The Araucanas/Ameraucanas are known as the "Easter Egg Bird," in multi-colored mixed white, brown, red and blacks these birds are characterized as having fluffy ear muffs. Famous for their blue and green eggs, Araucanas/Ameraucanas, are wonderful egg producers and have an impressibly long laying season; and are able to withstand hot and cold climates.
|Light Brahma Started Pullets|
|Buff Orpington Started Pullets
The Orpington breeds were developed in the 1880s. The Buff Orpington, is a well known breed with a rich, outstanding golden buff color. These large quiet dispositioned friendly birds have been a back-yard flock favorite for many years. They are also one of the most broody among the standard breeds and are excellent mothers and do great with children.
|Silver Laced Wyandotte Started Pullets|
|Black Star Started Pullets
Black Star Pullets shipped at 15-24 weeks of age. They will start laying nice wonderful brown eggs at around 23 weeks of age, some even earlier than that. These pullets are raised on pasture and all natural feed.
|Cuckoo Maran Started Pullets|
|Delaware Started Pullets
These Delaware started pullets are mostly white with black barring on their neck and tail feathers. They're a medium sized docile bird weighing 5 1/2 pounds at maturity and usually start laying large brown eggs at about 24 weeks. Delawares are becoming a relatively rare heritage breed among poultry raisers making availability limited.