Chicken and Poultry Breeders in Fife, Scotland...
Chicken Breeds: Welsummer, Gold Laced Wyandotte,Cream
Legbar,Buff Sussex,Maran,Leghorn,Friesians,Indian Game and bantam
Silverpencilled Wyandottes, New Hampshire Reds and Buff Plymouth Rock.
Other Poultry: Ducks(Aylesbury type and Khaki Campbell XAylesbury)
South Dron Cottage,
by St Andrews,
Phone Numbers: 01334 870637 / 07942004487
email address: email@example.com
'Hens( purebreeds and hybrids) from day olds to point of lay and fertile hatching eggs,housing(Omlet eglus,Green Frog, Solway and Carefree coops),easy move netting, hen health products, hen boarding in eglu "hen hotels",complete starter kits with ongoing support'
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Well I am a newbie with chucks, dreamed of having them for many years. So affectionate, lovely silly creatures, don't know what it is about them, just a few things, I love the noises they make and atm I am learning 'hen language' little different things for each time of the day and lots of others in between. Their innocence is bliss. They are bringing me much joy. I love animals altogether especially our domestics. I have a dog and three horsaes too. My dog loves the chucks. She is a JR but not at all 'bitey'. She is so funny with the chickens, slow intro going on. They are still in 'house' atm. We are building run at the weekend. She has taken to laying outside pen all day, and has got very territorial about neighbours, barking and growling at any noise from neighbours. So funny, I can not at this stage let her any closer to them, so building a pen so she can see them running round for a bit before finally introducing. They will all be fine in time and hens will then be 'free range' in the garden with dog to look after during the day then in at night. We are always home, so will always be here to watch out