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Silver Double Laced Barnevelder  Chicks and Eggs

Silver Double Laced Barnevelder Chicks and Eggs

PriceFrom $50.00

Silver Double Laced Barnevelder- Successfully Shown in the 2023 season! EVERY BIRD IN THID PRN HAS WON THIS SEASON

Our breeding team for 2023/2024 consists champion experienced rooster ‘Tiny’ . The girls are all second and third year hens.

Egg quantities are updated daily. If you can add it to the cart they will be sent the following Monday or Tuesday if a public holiday falls on the Monday.

Please register for notifications if sold out. As soon as quantities are updated on the website you will receive an email.

Message us for availability on chicks. Chicks not available to purchase on website directly. Chicks are sold at around one week old and WILL NOT BE sexed. Chicks $20 each. If chicks are sexed (2-4 weeks old) they are $40 each.

Rooster take back policy- We are happy to take back roosters from 12 weeks. This will be in time before they start to crow. They must be dropped back to us (no pick up sorry). No refunds are given.

Barnevelder's have to be one of the most popular, distinctive and attractive types of backyard chickens in Australia.

This is why-

1. Beautiful Chocolate Brown Coloured Eggs

Barnevelders arguably lay some of the most beautifully coloured eggs in the world. Now, there is no evidence to suggest that any variety of chicken breed lays tastier eggs than another, however, barnevelders do lay particularly gorgeous eggs, made recognisable by their chocolatey brown shells. Your mouth will start to water when you see these tanned, terracotta coloured eggs resting in your nesting boxes each and every morning. The only downside is when the time comes to crack these glorious eggs open you might struggle to destroy something so beautiful! The good news is barnevelders lay around 200 eggs per year, so if you have plenty of these cute and quirky birds in your coop you should have a fairly constant supply of these eggstraordinary eggs all year round!

2. Extremely Laid-Back Personality, Making Them Perfect for Suburban Backyards

Barnevelders are definitely not the most active and energetic chicken breed out there. In fact, these cute little birds are sort of lazy. But like any loveable lazy character, like Homer Simpson or Garfield, you’ll soon find yourself appreciating their laid-back personalities. In time your flock of barnevelders teach you a thing or two about living the good life and you’ll have no worries about kicking back, relaxing and putting your troubles on hold. This being said, barnevelder chickens can sometimes pack on the pounds, especially if you’re feeding them the wrong kind of treats, like bread or pasta. Don’t overfeed these beautiful chilled ladies because you can rest assured that they won’t be waking up at sunrise to do aerobics, yoga or pilates classes inside their coop.

3. Sassy Little Birds Bursting with Personality

Though barnevelder chickens might be a little on the lazy side that doesn’t mean these girls are boring! Barnevelders are known to be sassy on occasion, especially with other chickens. What does this mean? On occasion barnevelders might try to assert themselves as the alpha chicken by poking and pecking at other chooks. No matter what breeds you keep, chickens will always create rather intricate social hierarchies within the flock. Barnevelders make no secret of the fact that they want to be 'top chook' in any flock and sometimes that means they’ll be a little eager to put other birds in their place. Should you be worried? Not at all. Most of the time it’s best to just sit back and let the chickens resolve their own disputes. Frequent human intervention will just exasperate the tensions and result in further poultry conflict. In fact, it might be beneficial to integrate a barnevelder into your coop, if you’d prefer the ‘top chook’ to have a sassy, easy going temperament, whose main priority is eating, drinking and enjoying the pleasures of life.

4. They are Low-Maintenance Kind of Girls.

Barnevelders are absolutely stunning but are actually fairly low maintenance. Just like other chickens, beautiful barnevelders will take care of their personal hygiene by regularly giving themselves dust baths, as well as preening themselves. So, you won’t need to worry about giving your flappy friends bath, barnevelders will be able to take care of their looks almost all year round.

Pick up available in Jimboomba.

No Adult birds are currently available.

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$25 express one dozen $35 for two dozen, includes Eggsafe Styrofoam Carton.

Postage is a gamble.
We take all care when collecting, storing and packaging eggs.
We send express in eggsafe polystyrene cartons. Once the eggs are handed over to Australia Post we have no control.
We cannot guarantee fertility when posted but do guarantee fertility if picked up.
No refunds will be given on posted eggs.
We have had some excellent hatches all over the country.

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