Are you concerned that when you buy chicks some might turn out to be roosters? Very disappointing, and in most cases the seller is not going to help you with your problem. You can buy from us with confidence because we breed several different breeds that are easily sexable as chicks, and I will stand behind that by replacing (if I have a suitable replacement pullet) or refunding your money.

We can do this because we use the genetics of chick down color to show the sex of each chick as it hatches. With the autosexing breeds, the difference is substantial, making them sexable as soon as they are hatched.

There are details about each breed we raise in the links on the left. This is a current list of what is available.

Sexed Female Chicks (Guaranteed female)
BreedEggsNotes
Cream LegbarBlueOur most popular breed for backyard chickens
Welbar (autosexing Welsummer)Dark BrownVery rare autosexing dark egg layer, created by adding the gene for sexlinked barring to normal Welsummers
Olive EggerDark GreenAutosexing cross of the above 2 breeds

(males of all these may be available - inquire if interested)

Straight Run (not sexable, no guarantee)
BreedEggsNotes
Black Copper MaranDark BrownLay very dark eggs
Black AmeraucanaBlueMost are split for Lavender and silkied
Lavender AmeraucanaBlueAll are split for silkied
Silkied Lavender AmeraucanaBlueThese are more delicate than the non-silkied
Bantam Lavender CochinLight Brown
Bantam Black CochinLight BrownThese are split for lavender
Bantam Black Frizzle CochinLight Brownsplit for lavender, breed these with the non-frizle
Bantam Lavender Frizzle CochinLight Brownsplit for lavender, breed these with the non-frizle
Bantam Lavender AmeraucanaBlueSpecial order, not hatching regularly
Mille Fleur LeghornBrownThese are similar in color and temperment to Swedish Flower Hens
Breda FowlWhiteVery rare, kept mostly for breed preservation
Welsh Harlequin DuckWhiteSelling probable females, accuracy is about 90% based on bill color
Australian Spotted Duck (bantam)Blue-green or WhiteSimilar to Call ducks, but easier to keep
Golden Buff Cascade ducksWhiteExcellent layers. Created by Dave Holderread, maintained by Sand Hill Preservation Center
White Campbell ducksWhiteSimilar to Khaki Campbells in laying prowess, but not as nervous. Maintained by Sand Hill Preservation Center
Genetic Hackle (Fly Tie chickens)Light BrownVery hard to find, used to tie dry flies
Royal Palm TurkeySpeckled
Mottled Black TurkeySpeckled
Future Projects
BreedEggsNotes
Blue Copper MaranDark BrownLay very dark eggs
Lavender MaranDark BrownLay very dark eggs
Black Mottled AmeraucanaBlueEggs are good color but they seem more nervous than the blacks and lavenders
Opal (Isabel Cream Legbar)BlueVery new and rare, Legbars with the lavender gene.
Mini Appleyard Duck (bantam)probably WhiteSimilar to Call ducks, but easier to keep. These are not a bantam version of a Silver Appleyard, their coloration is more like a bantam Abicott Ranger