Hens for sale

Pet Hens

List updated August 2021. One person can come and view and collect hens, and please bring your own box or carrier.

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

  • furness x3 hatched 1st June £18
  • silver partridge x3 hatched 18th May £16
  • blue mottled x1 hatched 18th May £18
  • blue mottled frizzled x1 hatched 18th May £18
  • gold laced (partial) x1 hatched 18th May £16
  • cuckoo x1 hatched 18th May £18
  • blue mottled x1 hatched 15th Apr £18
  • black mottled x1 hatched 15th Apr £18
  • silver partridge type hatched 9th April £16
  • gold partridge type hatched 9th Apr £18
  • columbian type x1 hatched 9th April £16
  • blue/blue mottled x2 hatched 27th Mar £18

Indoors off heat (pullets unless stated) £12/14:

  • blue millefleurs frizzled x2 hatched 19th June £14
  • blue millefleurs x2 hatched 19th June £14
  • blue mottled frizzled x2 hatched 19th June £14
  • blue mottled hatched 19th June £14
  • black mottled frizzled x1 hatched 19th June £14
  • chocolate x1 hatched 19th June £12
  • blue x1 hatched 19th June £12
  • silver partridge x3 hatched 19th June £14
  • white/gold – splash mottled with gold leakage, very pretty x1 hatched 19th June £14

Indoors under heat (unsexed): 

  • chocolate silver laced, blue millefleurs (incl. frizzled), furness 

Bantam silkies*

Outside (pullets and hens as priced):

List states youngest from the top

  • chocolate pullets x3 hatched May 27th £25
  • gold pullet x1 hatched April 23rd £30

Indoors off heat as priced:

Indoors under heat as priced:


Bantam wyandottes*

  • blue laced x3 unsexed hatched 7th July £6.50
  • buff laced (splash) unsexed hatched 18th June £8

Black copper marans

  •  pullets x2 outside, hatched 21st Apr £18

Olive Eggers (marans x cream leg bar F1)


Pictures below show some examples of chicks from 2020

*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 as pullets when young have been DNA sexed which is 99.9% guaranteed, but not cheap unfortunately! 

Silkies sold as unsexed 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.

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.