Rhode Island Reds
We have a nice strain of APA Standard-Bred, single-comb Rhode Island Reds. They are large dual-purpose birds, cocks weighing 8.5+ pounds and hens 6.5+ pounds. Hens lay extra-large to jumbo-sized glossy brown eggs. Cockerels dress out at 5-6 pounds.
These are long, wide, deep-bodied birds with nice glossy mahogany plumage and yellow leg color that an APA poultry judge noted was particularly good in the flock.
Hens readily go broody and are very good mothers. Rhodie hens are extremely friendly and make good pets, too. We breed Rhodies for good temperament and do not retain aggressive cocks.
Please see the price list below. Please contact us if you are interested in chicks. Sometimes we have a limited number of adults and adolescents available as well. They will be posted on this page when they become available.
Further Reading About Rhode Island Reds
~ Oklahoma State University Department of Animal Science: Poultry Breeds, Rhode Island Red
~ Rhode Island Red Club of America
~ The Livestock Conservancy: Rhode Island Red--Non-Industrial Chicken
~ Wikipedia: Rhode Island Red
Chicks - $ 6.00 ea., Straight run.
Hatching Eggs - $ 3.00 ea./$ 36.00 a dozen.
Adolescents and Adults - $ 30.00-$ 50.00 ea.
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Photos of Adult Chicken Courtesy of Canyon Creek Poultry