Chantecler chickens originated in Canada. They were created to be a dual purpose breed producing both quality meat and a large amount of brown eggs. Chateclers are extremely hardy, able to withstand harsh winters. They have small cushion combs and extremely small wattles, preventing frostbite that plagues larger combed breeds. The breed is calm and easy going, making them a great bird for the family flock. According to the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy, the Chatecler breed is listed as "critical", meaning there are fewer than 500 breeding birds left in the United States. We began breeding these birds in 2012, starting with foundation stock from John Blehm of Birch Run, Michigan.
We offer a few breeding pairs and trios, eggs, and chickens seasonally. We do not ship but would be happy to deliver stock to local shows we attend in the Midwest. Contact us for availability!
Silver Ameraucana Chickens (The true "Easter Egg" chicken)
The Ameraucana is a good layer of blue tinged eggs. They are a lighter fowl which makes them less suitable for meat production. We also started breeding these birds in 2012 with a few birds purchased from John Blehm of Birch Run, Mi.
We offer a few breeding pairs and trios, eggs, and chicks seasonally. We do not ship but would be happy to deliver stock to local shows we attend in the Midwest. Contact us for availability!