Chickens are FRIENDS.....Not Food!

Pet Chicken 101

Did You know....

It takes a hen 24-26 hours to lay an egg.
Chickens are not capable of sustained flight.
A chicken takes 21 days to hatch.
A hen lives an average of 5-7 years
An egg starts growing into a chick when it reaches a temperature of 86 degrees F.
The closest living relative of the Tyranosaurus-Rex is the chicken.
Chickens form firm friendships.

"Everybody is jealous of my new coop. It is nicer than my neighbors appartment!."
   -Dave Wright

We are now available by appointment only until March. We will be continuously hatching as long as the hens are laying. The site will be kept updated with current availability. If you need to pick up birds, Please call 609-575-6363. Or email

Jersey Chickens Rule!

228 Toms River Rd   Jackson NJ   08527

 ***We DO NOT ship chicks.***  

  Chickens are FRIENDS...........NOT FOOD!

Current availability
This is what we have available right now-for pick up.
 Availability changes each week.
To reserve your chicks, please place an order.
Payment is due at pick up.

Chicks are 0-3 weeks old.
The following chicks are available this week for pick up:

Started pullets are between 4-8 weeks old.
The following started pullets are available for pick up this week:

Hens are 9 weeks and older but not yet at point of lay.
The following hens are available for pick up this week:

Chick Sexing Guarantee

We do sex most of our breeds at hatching. This procedure is about 90% accurate. This also means that you have a 10% chance of getting a rooster.

If you ABSOLUTELY can not own a rooster, please consider purchasing color sexable breeds found in our Auto Sexing category.

While we do our very best to sell properly sexed birds, please understand the difficulty in this task.
If you get a rooster that was sold to you as a sexed pullet, and you can not keep it, you can request to return it to the farm. You will be issued a credit in the amount paid upon acceptance. The credit may be used toward any other bird, feed, or supplies.

New Chick Check  List
It is important to have the following supplies for your new flock.
  • Shavings for warmth and bedding
  • Heat Lamp
  • 250 W Heat Bulb
  • Drown Proof Waterer
  • Feeder
  • Chick Starter feed
Always remember to wash your hands after handling your chickens.
Happy Hens lay the best eggs!