English Lavender Mottled Orpingtons Chicks out of stock
Chicks are shipped straight run, day old, minimum order for shipping is 10. Shipping is $65 includes insurance, grogel* and USPS Priority Express Shipping. (1-2 day ship time)
Shipping Box holds up to maximum 20 large fowl or 25 bantam chicks. For larger orders please contact us for shipping quote. You can mix and match breeds as long as you have a minimum 10 chicks for shipping, with pick-up at farm there are no minimum or maximum. Please email any special your requests you may have.
After order placement information: Orders are planned to start shipping in March, you will be notified 2-3 weeks before your order is shipped. We ship chicks on Mondays and Tuesdays. If you have a desired ship date, let us know we if we can accommodate you, we would be happy to do so.
Important Shipping Information
We are shipping only to the Continental USA, sorry we are not shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or Internationally.
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TarBox Hollow Poultry
NPIP & Avian Influenza Free
*Grogel is tiny beads of water filled with nutrients.
English Lavender Mottled are unique and beautiful birds with robust feathering and unique coloring. Orpingtons originated in the 1850s by poultry breeder William Cook. He was a leader in the poultry world at that time, he owned a store and sold poultry products and he wrote two books on keeping poultry, “The Poultry Journal” and “The Poultry Keeper’s Account Book. In addition, he held public forums and spoke on chickens to share his knowledge about poultry. The breed’s name came from the village that Cook lived in, known as Orpington, in Kent, England. Cook bred the first black orpington as a new breed and introduced them in 1886 at Chrystal Palace Poultry show, a very prominent poultry show in the 1800s.