Hens for sale

Pet Hens

List updated September 2020. One person can come and view and collect hens, wash hands on entry and please bring your own box or carrier. If you suspect you are not feeling well, please be fair and don’t come as we have not had COVID19!

Please see the Buying hens page for more information on buying, reserving and hatching to order.


Outside (pullets unless stated, from 6 weeks old) £16/18/20:

List states youngest from the top

  • blue mottled frizzled x2
  • gold partridge frizzled x1 SSTC
  • palomino x2  
  • black x2
  • lavender khaki x1
  • lemon x1
  • silver partridge type (not pure) x3
  • silver partridge x1
  • furness x1
  • furness very dark x1
  • dun x3
  • khaki x2
  • palomino (gold) x1 
  • blue mottled frizzled x2 POL
  • black x2 (one laying) POL
  • blue x2 (one darker (laying) one pale) POL
  • silver partridge (dark/birchen) POL
  • silver partridge/columbian mix POL
  • lavender cuckoo x1

Indoors off heat (pullets unless stated) £12:

  • lemon hatched 3rd Sept
  • mixed colour (very dark furness type) hatched 3rd Sept
  • blue mottled frizzled x2

Indoors under heat (unsexed) £5/7.50: 

Bantam silkies*

Outside £12 (unsexed unless stated):

  • choc shades chicks hatched 12th Aug incl. partridge, chocolate paint, dun, gold
  • chocolate cuckoo hen £30
  • chocolate bearded hen £40
  • white bearded hens 2020 x2 £40
  • blue bearded hen (standard) £40

Indoors off heat (unsexed) £10:

  • gold partridge chicks hatched 15th Sept

Indoors under heat (unsexed) £5/7.50:

Bantam wyandottes*

  • buff (splash) laced pullet outside £18

Blue egg layers

  • cream legbar hen late 2019 (laying) £30

Gold campine:


*Silkies are very hard to sex at an early age. Sometimes it is possible to identify cockerels by their behaviour but it is hard to tell otherwise. Silkies where stated are guaranteed hens and will usually be at least several months old. Silkies at £12 or less are not guaranteed hens and if they do grow up to be cockerels there is no exchange for a hen (when available). But I can take back cockerels for possible rehoming if you do not want them.

Deathlayers and wyandottes are also impossible to sex for several weeks. The difference cannot be seen until their combs start changing.

Please note I do not normally sell pairs/trios/breeding groups as they would be related, unless they are different colours. You will need to find an unrelated cockerel for a healthy breeding group, especially for deathlayers. Most deathlayers in the UK will be very closely related to mine so one from abroad would breed healthier chicks.