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Buff Orpington chicks (Female)


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Buff Orpington




The Orpington is a Standard, British breed of chicken. It was bred in the late nineteenth century by William Cook of Orpington, then in Kent in south-east England. It was intended to be a dual-purpose breed, to be reared both for eggs and for meat, but soon became exclusively a show bird. 


Primary use: dual-purpose meat/eggs

 Egg production (annual): 190

 Egg size: Large

 Temperament: Calm

 Recognized variety: Blue, Buff, Black, White

 Egg color: Light brown


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  1. Love these chicks. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 17th 2022

    My chicks were well and healthy and are still doing well this is my second time buying buff Orpington pullets from them and my others are doing well and are great layers. These are docile birds and are one of my favorites.

  2. They’re sweet! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on May 12th 2021

    I picked up two Australorp, 2 Plymouth Barred Rock and 3 Buff Orpingtons as chicks 2months ago.
    They’re healthy and happy.
    Out of the 3 Buff Orpingtons, 2 of them are sweeter and friendlier than all the others.
    I read somewhere that they are the “golden retriever” of chickens, I’ll stand by that.

  3. She’s our favorite 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 21st 2021

    We love all our chicks but this variety is our favorite. She is so friendly and calm.

  4. The chicks are great! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 20th 2021

    My chicks are now almost 1 week old and are thriving! They are all doing great and all have a personality of their own. They immediately picked up on eating and drinking and have had no problems. I believe these were a great addition to my coop and I hope they produce a lot of eggs for me! I’m hopeful!

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