Chicken Fancy and Fun Assorted Breeds Pullet (Female)

Chicken Fancy and Fun Assorted Breeds Pullet (Female)

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What does "Fancy and Fun Assorted Breeds" Mean?

These fancy birds have more rare genetics and will be a fun addition to your flock! With varying hen and egg characteristics, these unique birds make for fun conversation, colorful splashes, while producting quality eggs. Click through our slider below to find the right chicken for you!

Please note that in-stock messaging on this product is for the breed classification as a whole, and you will need to contact or visit your local store to see which breeds are available at any given time. Thank you!

Our Fancy and Fun Breeds:

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Ancona hen and chicks

Ancona

Anconas are a lightweight breed that can have either a single or rose comb. With each molt, birds tend to get whiter. They are active birds, are great foragers, and thanks to their smaller size they eat less than larger breeds.

Egg Color:   White
Egg Size:   Medium
M
Approx Egg/Year:   240
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Prefers free range
2/18
Barnevelder hen and chicks

Barnevelder

Barnevelders are medium heavy, dual-purpose birds that are very cold hardy. Their beautiful double-laced brown and blue feathers are just another perk of this docile bird that takes to foraging easily.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Large
L
Approx Egg/Year:   160
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Prefers free range
3/18
Blue Andalusian hen and chicks

Blue Andalusian

Andalusian chickens are beautiful blue breed often used in exhibition. Hens are good white egg layers, with very little tendency towards broodiness.

Egg Color:   White
Egg Size:   Medium
M
Approx Egg/Year:   175
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Confines well
4/18
Blue Cochin hen and chicks

Blue Cochin

Blue Cochins are stately, gentle, and rare. Cochins are good layers, extremely likely to set, and have excellent disposition. They are great birds for families with backyard flocks.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Medium
M
Approx Egg/Year:   170
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Confines well
5/18
Blue laced gold wyandotte hen and chicks

Blue Laced Gold Wyandotte

These lacy girls are not all show with their elegantly patterned feathers. They are also great egg layers! Wyandottes are one of the most strikingly beautiful chickens to grace a backyard flock. They are quiet, easy to manage, and are one of the most winter-hardy breeds.

Egg Color:   Cream
Egg Size:   Medium
M
Approx Egg/Year:   200
Winter Hardy?   Yes
6/18
Buff Chantecler hen and chicks

Buff Chantecler

The Chantecler is a cold-hardy, dual purpose breed. The goal was to create a hardy, dual purpose bird that could withstand the harsh Canadian winters, lay a good number of eggs, and produce a good carcass for the table.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Large
L
Approx Egg/Year:   200
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Prefers free range
7/18
Buff cochin hen and chick

Buff Cochin

Although originally prized as a meat bird, Cochins today are primarily bred for exhibition. They have a docile temperament and are very cold hardy thanks to their abundant, loose-fitting plumage.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Medium
M
Approx Egg/Year:   150
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Confines well
8/18
Chocolate orpington hen and chicks

Chocolate Orpington

These birds make a great dual-purpose bird for any flock as they combine unique plumage color and high egg production with a well-fleshed carcass. This cross also has a docile temperament much like both of its parent breeds.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Medium
M
Approx Egg/Year:   200
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Confines well
9/18
Hampbar hen and chicks

Hampbar

Hampbars are beneficial over the other autosexing and dual-purpose breeds because of their light pin feathers which produced a cleaner carcass for the table. This is a very unique breed that is extremely rare.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Extra Large
XL
Approx Egg/Year:   240
Winter Hardy?   Yes
10/18
Lavender cochin hen and chicks

Lavender Cochin

They are friendly and tend to get along well with other chickens. They also do not require much space if you do not have a large coop and tend to be great mothers if you let them brood their nest of eggs.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Medium
M
Approx Egg/Year:   160
Winter Hardy?   Yes
11/18
Midnight majesty maran hen and chicks

Midnight Majesty Maran

The Midnight Majesty Marans have black plumage and most hatch with feathered feet, but some do not. Deep browns show up through their down feathering underneath, making them a mix of beautiful dark brown and black plumage.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Large
L
Approx Egg/Year:   250
Winter Hardy?   Yes
12/18
Partridge chantecler hen and chicks

Partridge Chantecler

The Chantecler is a cold-hardy, dual purpose breed. The goal was to create a hardy, dual purpose bird that could withstand the harsh Canadian winters, lay a good number of eggs, and produce a good carcass for the table.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Large
L
Approx Egg/Year:   200
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Prefers free range
13/18
Partridge cochin hen and chick

Partridge Cochin

Although originally prized as a meat bird, Cochins today are primarily bred for exhibition. They have a docile temperament and are very cold hardy thanks to their abundant, loose-fitting plumage.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Large
L
Approx Egg/Year:   100
Winter Hardy?   Yes
14/18
Salmon favorelle hen and chicks

Salmon Favorelles

People own Salmon Faverolles for their silliness and their steady egg production. These bearded beauties are great docile birds that are very friendly.

Egg Color:   Light Brown
Egg Size:   Medium
M
Approx Egg/Year:   180
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Confines well
15/18
sapphire gem hen and chicks

Sapphire Gem

Our Sapphire Gem will amaze you with its grey to light grey plumage. This Czech breed is an excellent egg layer and a great forager. It does well in hot and cold climates and is a breed very close to the Old Andalusians.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Extra Large
XL
Approx Egg/Year:   290
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Confines well
16/18
Starlight green egger hen and chicks

Starlight Green Egger

The Starlight Green Egger is a lightweight and very active breed that is an excellent forager in free-range situations. The plumage color is also highly variable and comes in many beautiful color patterns not typically seen.

Egg Color:   Green
Egg Size:   Large
L
Approx Egg/Year:   280
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Prefers free range
17/18
Turken hens and chicks

Turken

The Turkens are not half chicken and half turkey, they are a unique chicken with a bare neck like the turkey and with very little feathering around the breast and wing areas. And despite their lack of feathers, they are very cold weather tolerant!

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Large
L
Approx Egg/Year:   265
Winter Hardy?   Yes
Coop vs Free Range:   Confines well
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White jersey giant hen and chicks

White Jersey Giant

This breed grows slowly but eventually are a third larger than most other heavy breeds. When younger, the birds will mature relatively quick, but tend to reach marketable meat weight slower than other breeds.

Egg Color:   Brown
Egg Size:   Extra Large
XL
Approx Egg/Year:   240
Winter Hardy?   Yes

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Specifications

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Type Fancy and Fun
Animal Chicken
Life Stage Pullet/Cockerel
Breed Assorted Breeds
Gender Pullet (Female)
Purpose Egg Laying
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