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Baby Chickens For Sale. Got Chicks®? If you have been looking for the best egg-laying and meat chickens for sale, Cackle Hatchery® has a wide range of options to choose from. We only offer high-quality breeds, including bantam chickens, standard old English game and other terrific choices.
We sell Baby Chicks, Ducklings, Pea Chicks, Poultry and Waterfowl. Whichever breed of bird you order, our day-old baby chicks, ducklings, pea chicks, and poults are guaranteed to arrive 100% healthy. Stromberg's is a family owned business delivering quality poultry and reliable equipment since 1921.
Shop all day-old baby chicks from Murray McMurray Hatchery — layers, broilers, Heritage, bantams, and rare and exotic breeds of chickens.
We stock an extensive supply of day-old Baby Chicks; pick and choose the breeds you like. The minimum order total is 25 chickens, and you can mix and match chicks. Shipping is included in all chick prices! Be sure to browse our selection of Chicken Books and Breed Standard Books to help you with your new chicks!
We offer our clients a number of chicken deals, weekly specials, discounts and sales every day of the week. This is just one page of our money-saving offerings, including our baby chicken bargain specials. These bargain specials are always available to order throughout the season as available.
Chickens for Backyards hatchery sells over 100 beautiful breeds of day-old baby chicks, ducks, geese, turkeys, and guineas.We supply hobbyists and farmers with LOW MINIMUM ORDERS of AS FEW AS 3 FOWL when starting or adding to their flock.
shelled balut egg showing yolk Mallard ducks are used extensively in the production of balut—Female (left) and male (right)Balut ( , ; also spelled as balot) is a developing bird embryo (usually a duck) that is boiled and eaten from the shell. It originated from and is commonly sold as street food in the Philippines. Often served with beer, balut is popular in Southeast Asian countries, such as Laos (khai look; ), Cambodia (pong tia koun; ), Thailand (Khai Khao; ) and Vietnam ( or ). The Tagalog and Malay word balot means "wrapped". The length of incubation before the egg is cooked is a matter of local preference, but generally ranges between 14 and 21 days. The eating of balut is controversial due to religious, animal welfare, and human health concerns.
A hen displaying the "dominant white" plumage color genotype. In poultry standards, solid white is coloration of plumage in chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus) characterized by a uniform pure white color across all feathers, which is not generally associated with depigmentation in any other part of the body. Color is an important feature of most living organisms. In the wild, color has great significance affecting the survival and reproductive success of the species. The environmental constraints which lead to the specific colors of birds and animals are very strong and individuals of novel colors tend not to survive. Under domestication, mankind has transformed all the species involved which have thus been freed from environmental pressures to a large extent. Early color variants were mostly selected for utility reasons or religious practices. In more recent centuries color varieties have been created purely for ornament and pleasure, fashion playing a surprisingly large part in their development. A bewildering array of colors and patterns can now be found in the domestic fowl.
Chicks of different sexes can appear quite similar.Chick sexing is the method of distinguishing the sex of chicken and other hatchlings, usually by a trained person called a chick sexer or chicken sexer. Chicken sexing is practiced mostly by large commercial hatcheries to separate female chicks or "pullets" (destined to lay eggs for commercial sale) from the males or "cockerels" (most of which are killed within days of hatching because they are irrelevant to egg production). The females and a limited number of males kept for meat production are then put on different feeding programs appropriate for their commercial roles. Different segments of the poultry industry sex chickens for various reasons. In farms that produce eggs, males are unwanted; for meat production, separate male and female lines for breeding are maintained to produce the hybrid birds that are sold for the table, and chicks of the wrong sex in either line are unwanted. Chicks of an unwanted sex are killed almost immediately to reduce costs to the breeder.