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Buff Orpington Chicken (pullets)

Buff Orpington Chicken (pullets)

Buff Orpington Chicken (pullets)
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Buff Orpingtons (pullets/females)

An old time favorite with poultry people for many years. These are a nice quiet breed. They are a beautiful buff color and will lay lots of nice brown eggs.  
                                                                                                                          Buff Orpington Chickens
Quantity Price
10
$4.00 Each
25
$3.40 Each
50
$2.78 Each
100
$2.56 Each
Day Old Buff Orpingtons ChicksAdult Buff Orpingtons Chickens

Customer Reviews

Average rating from 3 reviews: 5.0
Buffs are greatI have three in my backyard that I got from the hatchery, they are not even a year old yet and started laying eggs in December and has not slowed down. I have had no problem with winter layers. I love my birds and they are very friendly Written by matt on Mon 2 Apr 2018 1:40:11 AM GMT
Buff OrpingtonBuff Orpington Written by Badhon on Thu 1 Feb 2018 11:18:17 AM GMT
Buff Orpingtons are great!I've had these for 4 years now and they were great layers for the first three years. They are non-aggressive and very quiet. The only time they make any noise is when they are laying or hawks are about. They have a low pain threshold so they do shout out when they lay an egg. They are great foragers, mousers and "snakers"(sp). Yes, they will chase mice and snakes. The eggs are medium size, but really rich if you give them plenty of greens. I plant large patches of collards, swiss chard and oats for the chickens. They love it. The buffs will lay up to December, quit, and then start again in March. I was introduced to Buff Orpingtons by Mt. Healthy by way of someone there having a sense of humor. I had ordered a bunch of Black Austrolorps and someone threw in a "goldy". A bright gold lady in a flock of Black birds. She knew she was special and acted it. I called her "Princes". Both types of birds turned out great, so my next order I got all Buff Orpingtons. Written by David Lilly on Tue 15 Jul 2014 9:41:50 AM GMT
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