17 Week Pullet, Baby Turkey, and Baby Guinea Keet Preorder

Our Preorder Season for 2019 has ended. Stay tuned for the 2020 preorder form. Below is what was offered in 2019.

red cross hen

Red Cross Trimmed Beak

$9.99ea (25+ $9.50 ea)(50+ $9.00ea)

(100+ $8.50ea)

$1 Deposit per Bird for orders of 50 or more birds

Excellent brown egg layer. Ready to lay in 4-5 weeks! Fully tested and vaccinated (including salmonella).

Currently out of stock. Future 2019 Red Cross Pullet shipments tentative. Call for status.

red cross hen

Red Cross Untrimmed Beak

$9.99ea (25+ $9.50 ea)

$1 Deposit per Bird for orders of 50 or more birds

Excellent brown egg layer. Ready to lay in 4-5 weeks! Fully tested and vaccinated (including salmonella).

Sold out

white leghorn

White Leghorn

$9.99ea (25+ $9.50 ea)(50+ $9.00ea)

(100+ $8.50ea)

$1 Deposit per Bird for orders of 50 or more birds

High production white egg layer. Known for their feed efficiency and egg production.

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white turkey

Large Broad White Turkeys

Price $7.99 ea (20+ $6.99 ea) (50+ $6.49 ea)

Day old (straight run only). Excellent meat turkey.

Call For Availability

bronze turkey

Giant Bronze Turkeys

Price $8.99 ea (6+ $8.49 ea)

Day only (straight run only). Old fashioned bronze color.

Sold out

Artisan Gold Turkey

Artisan Gold Turkeys

Price $9.99 ea (6+ $9.49 ea)

Day old (straight run only). Rare, smaller black turkey that is slow growing with a unique taste.

Sold out

guinea keet

French Guinea Keets

Price $4.99 ea

Day old (straight run only). Interesting birds that eat lots of ticks.

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NOTE FOR TURKEYS: Keep turkeys at 95 degrees the first 7-10 days. Then lower the temperature 5 degrees each week until no more heat is needed. Keep the turkeys dry and feed high protein feed.

NOTE FOR FRENCH GUINEA KEETS: Raise like turkeys but DO NOT give any type of medication or medicated feed. Give only warm water to keets on arrival. (NEVER give cold water or coarse feed to young keets). The French keets grow twice as fast and are two pounds heavier than the common guinea fowl.

It is very important for anyone handling any type of bird or animal to wash their hands thoroughly before preparing food or putting hands in their mouth. It is especially important that children understand the necessity of this sanitary procedure when they are handling poultry or their pets. Pricing subject to change on price per bird due to increased feed costs and/or increased age.

Store Info

480 Purdy Hill Rd
Monroe, CT 06468
(203) 268-2537

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