Now Accepting 2024 Orders for day old chicks & started pullets

Started Young Pullet Hens


 Pullet Orders Ready To Ship Now

Our young, started pullets and roosters are around 5 to 6 weeks old when we ship them out.  All pullets are vaccinated for Mareks.   We fill pullet orders in order of payment received, and a whole lot of other factors.  Remember these are live animals, and many factors affect how quickly we work through orders.  Things such as hatch rates, egg production, weather, and the fact that we're working with Heritage poultry all make a difference in our production.  We will text you, call you, or email you when your pullets ship out.  We can also provide young roosters in all breeds, if you would like a rooster drop us a message.

Filling pullet orders is a slow process, if you can't wait patiently, please don't place an order.  We begin shipping the first pullets in late April or early May.  We fill the orders in order of payment received, so this doesn't mean you will get your pullets in April or May.  We will text you when the birds ship out.  If you have dates that is not a good time to ship let us know.

During the hot summer months, for the health and safety of the pullets, we can only fit 3 birds to a box.  If you want to order more than 3 birds, you can place 2 orders.

Shipping cost is figured by your zip code, the weight of the box, plus the cost of the postal approved poultry box.  So, keep in mind, it costs less per bird with the shipping and box to put 4 birds in the box.  If you would like to order more than 4 pullets you will need to place 2 separate orders, drop us an email, or give us a call.  The shopping cart limits our ability to allow the purchase of more than 4 pullets.

Started young pullets ship extremely well!

We guarantee live delivery of pullets. However, if you should have a problem notify us immediately. 

 Policy for mistakes on sexing pullets:  Send a photo of questionable bird, if we have made a mistake we will refund for the cost of the bird.  We hate to make mistakes, but it can and does happen.  Mother nature sometimes hides her secrets very well.