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Barred Plymouth Rocks or "Barred Rocks", as they're called, are one of the most popular dual-purpose chickens on small farms today. Their heritage is unclear with reports of different crosses, but what is clear is that they're very friendly, great layers of large brown eggs, and able to withstand cold weather quite nicely. Though they tolerate confinement, they're most happy when they get to range freely. All varieties of Plymouth Rock aside from the Barred and White varieties are relatively rare.
Temperament: Docile & Friendly
Egg Colour: Brown
Egg Count: 200+
Egg Size: Large
Plymouth Rock Day-Old
Day-Old Chicks: 1-5 Week Old Chicks, still needing heat and a safe brooder box to live in
Pullets: 6-20 week old girls, no longer require heat but a safe henhouse and run.
Hens: 20+ week old ladies who are currently laying or at Point of Lay.
Cockerels: 6-20 week old boys that are not yet fertile (or are from a young age)
Roosters: 20+ week old boys, ready to cover your hens and produce offspring.
If your pullet is really a rooster or your cockerel turns out to be a hen, then we offer a full refund or replacment (only on return of the culprit chook and replacement breed depending on availability)