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Lemon Cuckoo Orpingtons

Lemon Cuckoo Orpington

Lemon Cuckoo Orpington

We are currently SOLD OUT and will not be filling any chick orders for 2013.

We Are really focusing on type and egg color right now to ensure the best of the best in the industry.

We are also focusing very heavy on the Orpington Breed right now as well. We are putting some type into our Lavender Orpington breed and we are also raising up Lemon Cuckoo Orpingtons and focusing on a new project breed called Crele Orpingtons which may be a couple generations before we make available. We only want to be sending out the best of the best.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause but I think you will be very excited when you see what we have.

Until we get things up and going again I want to recommend that you checck out a great friend of mine by the name of Brian. Brian offers the top of the line chickens as well and I have always gotten nothing but first rate quality from him. He is also based here in Michigan and ships chicks or hatching eggs to the breeds he has available.

I love his Black Copper Marans, and Birchin Marans and his lemon Cuckoo Orpingtons.

You can find him at BJ’s Poultry Farm Just tell him Jeff sent you.

Click on this link to go check out what Brian has. BJ’s Poultry Farm

Thank you

Jeff Wellman

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5 Responses to Lemon Cuckoo Orpingtons

  1. Marylou garofalo says:

    Any eggs for sale?

  2. ChickenTender says:

    Not currently. My birds are still young. Possibly this fall or in the spring. They are turning out very nice. Have some very good Barring in them right now.

  3. Marylou Garofalo says:

    Please let me know in the future when you might have eggs for sale. thanks

  4. I was wondering if you had any eggs for sale

  5. Holly Kelly says:

    I would like to get ahold of some lemon orpington eggs or chicks. I purchased some eggs last year about this time – received 6 eggs and 4 hatched – two males and two females – one of the females much lighter in color with beautiful barring ( they were free ranch and I lost this one) the remaining three all solid in color and look much like a buff – so I’m a bit confused regarding the difference. I would like to hatch mostly because I like the temperment of these chickens and a great project for my grandbabies. Do you have eggs for sale at this time? Thank you – Holly

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