SEXED AND VACCINATED
The Sussex has everything: they are great layers and they lay right through the coldest weather. They are fat-bodied and not prone to flying when mature, so they are easily fenced. In England, they used to be THE standard table bird, before the modern Cornish Crosses came along. They forage well and are economical eaters that are friendly and easily handled. Their curious nature means they will often follow you around the yard if they think they can beg a treat from you. The "speckled" variety has plumage that gives them some camouflage from predators, too. Many tend to get more speckles after each successive molt.
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 replacement (only on return of the culprit chook and replacement breed depending on availability)