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A well taken care of hen.... is easy to spot!

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The poultry is housed in covered barns and runs. Heated lamps take the chill off on cold fall and winter nights. Spring and summer the hens have covered nest areas and fresh air in the open pens

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Many pure breed mixed breed layers available

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Blue Star Ranch chickens are happy and healthy and ready to go home. Most cases it can take a laying hen a few days to get settled..... but you can start getting eggs the very next day.
 
Standard Breeds in the pen year around are: Barred Rock, White Leghorn, Rhode Island Red, Buff Oprington, Production Red, Red Star, Black Star, Gold Star,(Sexlinked) Black Australorp,White Rock, Sometimes: Brahamas (light buff or dark) Cochins and Wyandottes most colors
 
Dark, tinted or rare egg layers include; Easter Egger, Aracona, Necked Neck Turkins, Marins, Barnvelders, Speckled Sussex and Welsummers

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Chickens roost at night, or just for a nap

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