English Settlement Rabbitry and Hatchery

Rabbits and so so much more....

We have a large place in our hearts for Bantams...

 Breeds are in alpahabetical order.We have several breeds, and if we don't have it ask i am always excited to add something new. Warning some breeds we only have a small group of breeders so order if inetrested and get the best pick...UPDATED 1/15/2013

Ameracana (easter egger)

We have a very nice trio, so only so many chicks will be available for 2013..

these are tailess birds... i really am enjoying them.

 

Adults $ 15.00 each (not available for 2013) 

Chicks  $ 4.00 each (not available for 2013)

Incubating Eggs $ 35.00 a Dozen  (not available for 2013)

Barn Yard Mix

This will be a mix of mix breeds and pure breeds, and both sexes.

 

Adults $6.00 - $ 10.00

 Chicks $2.25 PLace order (have some feathered out available for $6.00 )

Incubating eggs $ 15.00 A Dozen great way to get an assortment. There will be some pure breed eggs in this assortment.

                                  Cochin Bantam

Blacks and partridge are the most common colors we currently carrie. And Blues.

Adults  $ 15.00 -  20.00

Chicks $ 3.50 Place order

Incubating eggs $ 15.00 a dozen

 The Cochin today is a very fluffy feathered bird with fully feathered legs and feet. The cochin is a hardy, friendly, and docile chicken. Cochins also will adapt very easily to confined spaces or open range. Cochin hens are fairly broody and good mothers, and are known to be good surrogate incubating birds . However, they are slow to mature. This breed was admitted into the APA in 1874. There are 18 colors of the cochin chicken, nine of them being birchen, blue, buff, gold laced, silver laced, barred, black, red, and white.The bantam version of the cochin is of the feather legged class. The bantam rooster weighs on average 32oz, while the hen weighs a smaller 28oz. A male’s comb should be medium size, with five points that stick straight into the air. He should also have round and long wattles and earlobes. The female has a rather small comb, which conforms to their head. Their wattles and earlobes are small as well

                                   Frizzle Cochin

Also in Blacks and Partridge colors

Adults $16.00 - 20.00

Chicks $ 5.00 Place order

Incubating eggs $15.00 a dozen u will get some regular cochin eggs in order 

 

  Frizzle bantam cochins carrie the same careristics as the bantam cochin, the only diffrence is they have frizzled feathers.
Still very gentle and friendly. just a sight for a great discussion.

                                   Frizzle Polish

Buff is the color we currently raise.

Adults $ 10.00 - $20.00

Chicks $ 5.00 Place order

Incubating Eggs $15.00 a Dozen, there will be some bantam polish eggs also in this doz.

 

 

  Frizzle Polish are pretty much the same as bantam polish just with some frizz..

Great egg layers, and great yard decorations.

 

 

                                     Japanese

 

Adults: $12.00

Chicks: $ 4.50 Place order

Incubating Eggs: $18.00 Doz

  They have friendly personalities, and will ride on shoulders and allow themselves to be petted and held. Japanese Bantams are also good foragers, so good for cleaning the slugs around the Garden.There are different kinds of Japanese Bantams which include Black-Tailed-White, White, Buff, Black-Tailed-Buff, Gray, Blue, Barred, Black Breasted Red, Black, and many more. These are usually referred to BTW, BTB, etc. These chickens have been known to live for up to 13 years with proper care. The Males are fine around offsrping that the females hatch.

                   Laflour ( Mille Fleur d'Uccle)

We have Two Colors, the reds and porcielan.

Adults $ 8.00 Available Soon

Chicks $ 3.50 Place order

Incubating Eggs $15.00 a Dozen

 

 

D'Uccles have a low posture, a short but well developed neck and a rather open tail-feathering. D'Uccles have a single comb. The weight of a cock is around 26 ounces and a hen weighs roughly 22 ounces. The Belgian Bearded D'Uccles comes in many color variations such as: Mille Fleur, Porcelain, Black mottled, Buff mottled, Blue mottled, Blue Mille Fleur, Buff Colombian, Brown red, Red, White, Black, Buff, Blue, Colombian, Lavender, Splash, Golden Necked and LemoD'Uccle is renowned for being a calm bird. Bearded D'Uccle eggs are notably small and are coated with creamy or tinted coloring. The breed is known for being very broody, and a typical hen can lay her eggs over a two-week period, though others have taken as long as three weeks (21 days).In the US they are frequently referred to as Mille Fleur or Millies, in spite of the fact that Mille Fleur is only one of their color variants and it also appears in other breeds, Hawk feathers are ok for this breed. 

                                    Old English

Adults: $10.00 - 15.00

Chicks: $4.00 Place oreder.

Incubating Eggs: $ 15.00 doz

 

 

  The Old English Game Bantam is the version of this breed, it is one of the smallest chicken breeds, weighing about 22 oz when they are fully grown. The Old English Game Bantam is one of the most popular bantam breeds. They are a great pet for children. There are way to many color variations to list.

                                   Polish Bantam

Current colors are buff, partridge, white, black and white

Adults $10.00 - $20.00

Chicks $ 3.50 Place order

Incubating eggs $ 15.00 a dozen

 

 

The most distinctive characteristic of the breed is the crest of feathers on their head. Roosters have a long flowing cascade of feathers and the hens have a puffy pompom of feathers on their head. Often the crest is white and body feathers another color, but they come in many diffrent colors.

They are a docile breed that tame down easily and make excellent pets. They seem to enjoy sitting perched on your arm for attention and will come running to you for bread !

Roosters generally weigh about 850 grams and hens 740 grams.

Alot of our polish come from some great show stock.

 

                                    Show Girls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adults: $ 20.00

Chicks: $5.00 Place order

Incubating eggs: $25.00 Doz

  Showgirls are a mixed breed between Silkie and Naked Neck Turken. They are a Bantam. It took generations to get them to look this good. The Silkie breed is known to come from Japan. The Naked Neck Turken was originally from Central Europe and then developed in Germany. They are an ornamental bird with a full crest (FULL HEAD OF FEATHERS). They should have 5 toes on each foot as well as have feathered legs and feet and should be dark skinned. Some Showgirls have whats called a bow tie. That's the fluffy part on the front of the neck. Some do not have this. Some are bearded and some are not.

Silkies

Buff, whites, partridge, splash, blue, black.

 

Adults $ 8.00 - $15.00

Chicks $ 4.00 Place order

Incubating Eggs $15.00 a Dozen

 

 

 

   Silkie is a breed of chicken named for its atypically fluffy Plumage, which feels like silk. The breed has several other unusual qualities, such as dark blue flesh and bones, blue earlobes, and five toes on each foot, whereas most chickens only have four. They are often exhibited in poultry shows, and exist in several colors including red, buff, blue, grey, black, white, and many mottled variations.Silkies are well known for their calm, friendly temperament. Among the most docile of poultry, Silkies are considered an ideal pet. Hens are also exceptionally broody, and make good mothers.

                Silver Laced Wyandotte Bantam

 

 Adults $ 8.00 - 20.00  (available Fall 2013)

Chicks $ 4.00 place order.

Incubating Eggs $ 15.00 a dozen

   Wyandottes are a docile, dual-purpose breed kept for their brown eggs and for meat. They appear in a wide variety of color patterns, and are popular show birds. The Wyandotte lays pale brown or tan eggs and usually has a white ring of feathers around its neck. Wyandotte hens are devoted mothers.

The Wyandotte is a breed that suits both free range and confinement in a run. Hens occasionally become broody. They are also very vocal, uttering soft clucks on a regular basis.

The breed has been noted for being incredibly friendly, and combined with their easy maintainability are a favorite with those new to raising chickens.The hens (females) will lay around 200 eggs a year with an exceptional hen laying around 240 eggs a year. The eggs are brown or tinted

                                       Sultans

Our sulatans come from some nice show stock

Adults: $14.00

Chicks: $4.00 place order

Incubating Eggs: $25.00 doz

 

 

  This is my youngest daughters favorite. Sultans have a great deal of decorative plumage, including large, puffy crests, beards, long tails, and profuse foot feathering. Their small, V-shaped combs are almost entirely hidden under feathering. Sultans are also one of a minority of breeds to have five toes on each foot. With males weighing approximately 2.7 kilos (6 pounds) and hens 2 kilos (4 pounds), they are the smallest of the large breeds of chickens. They also have a bantam version. Sultans appear in three varieties: Black, Blue, and White,with White being the most well known.Hens lay small white eggs at a slow rate, and do not generally go broody. In temperament, Sultans are quite docile, friendly chickens, and are content at being kept in confinement. Most Sultan breeders take care to raise them in dry bedding in order to protect their elaborate feathering, especially on the feet. They may also be bullied somewhat if kept in flocks with more active breeds.

                                         Turken

Adult: $ 10.00 - 12.00

Chick: $ 3.00 place order

Incubating Eggs: $15.00

  The Naked Neck, also known as the turken.Despite its highly unusual appearance, the breed is not particularly known as an exhibition bird, and is a dual-purpose utility chicken. They lay a respectable number of light brown eggs, and are considered desirable for meat production because they need less plucking and they have a meaty body. They are very good foragers and are immune to most diseases. The breed is also reasonably cold hardy despite its lack of feathers. Naked Neck roosters carry a single comb, and the neck and head often become very bright red from increased sun exposure. This breed has approximately half the feathers of other chickens, making it resistant to hot weather and easier to pluck.

Recognized color varieties include: black, white, cuckoo, buff, red, and blue in the United Kingdom and Black, White, Buff, and Red in the united states. This is a breed of chincken that is naturally devoid of feathers on its neck and vent.

                             Turken/ Silkie Cross

 Adults: $8.00

Chicks: $3.00 place order

Incubating eggs: $15.00 doz

  These are great chickens, and egg layers, and sweet dispositions, a great addition to any farm yard.

                         White Phoenix Bantam

Limited Available

Adults $ 10.00 - 15.00

Chicks $ 3.50 place order

Incubating Eggs $ 25.00 a Dozen

 

 

 

 

   Phoenix is a long tailed breed of fowl bred in Japan nearly ...  these are one of my favorites. they have great dispositions, and cage well, also free range well.  Hens lay in warm conditions. and lay a white egg.