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buy adult chickens - Murray McMurray Hatchery - Started Pullets

Stromberg's Chickens sells a wide variety of juvenile and adult birds, including adult chickens, adult bantam chickens, adult ducks, adult peafowl, adult quail, and adult swans. Some adult birds are not yet on our website, but will be shortly. To place an order call 800-720-1134 and one of our customer service representatives will gladly assist. Home / Juvenile and Adult Birds / Adult Standard Chickens. Adult Standard Chickens. Now you can get these great started pullets shipped right to your post office. Availability can vary. The birds will go out on the specified ship date via express mail. The shipping is not included and is calculated during the checkout process.

This page is for buying only grown fowl. Please refer back to other pages in the site to buy baby chicks. Again this page is only for Cackle Hatchery®'s listing of available grown birds for sale. All grown birds are juveniles (up to one year old), and depending on season of the year and age of the birds, they will likely NOT be in full feather. Baby Chickens For Sale. Got Chicks™? If you have been looking for egg-laying and meat chickens for sale, Cackle Hatchery® has a wide range of options to choose from. We only offer high-quality breeds, including bantam chickens, standard old English game and other terrific choices. Cackle Hatchery® even has a selection of rare breed chickens.

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