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Useful sites: Breeders

Posted: 01 Feb 2007, 20:57
by jaydee67
I realised too late that by copying and pasting I was deleting the name of the original poster of the 'useful links', this was unintentional - a duh! moment. Thanks to all who have researched the links and shared them with us - I hope you will continue to do so. (stamina's site) (frittonpoultry's site) (two pots bantams site) (Fenwoman's site) (southmead's site) (Trebor's site) (Scot's Greys, etc) (pekins of course!) ... ngland.php

very useful

Posted: 25 May 2008, 23:23
by crazywelshchuck
hope you don't mind but I found this one also which seemed quite good

Worldwide Poultry Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire

Posted: 25 Jun 2008, 11:05
by danro
I have another breeder\supplier to add (I hope it is OK) :oops:

Worldwide Wide Poultry in Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire.
He has a website that gives you more info on what he can supply.

Ron, the owner is a superb character and very helpful.
We bought our first hens from him, I have never seen so many chickens and ducks before, we just wandered round and said.."that one" that he duly caught and predicted how long it would be before she started laying, a wonderful experience!

Posted: 25 Jun 2008, 13:59
by Takca
Hi All,
After searching high and low for places in ireland that I might be able to
get chickens from I found this site

I havn't used them so can't vouch for them but for now I am just happy to find somewhere. I was starting to think there was absolutly no poultry
sellers in ireland (either that or non of them have sites)


Posted: 26 Jun 2008, 10:21
by Birdxman
Is there a potential 'niche' market for yourself to exploit there??

Posted: 26 Jun 2008, 10:30
by Takca
I had the same thought, now all I need is the time and experience

Posted: 27 Jun 2008, 12:14
by chickens rock your sox
Em does anyone know where I can buy Aracaunas or Golden Phoenix's In Ireland?? :? :) :D

Posted: 12 Dec 2008, 14:27
by Castle Farm
Castle Farm.Brilley Herefordshire.Hr3 6hL.

Right on the border of Herefordshire and Powys.
6 mile north of Hay on Wye.

Hatching eggs from Quality Traditional and Rare Breed poultry.

Please see web page for breeds available.

Hatching eggs sales start around the end of March after testing for fertility.

Over 50 years breeding birds worth the effort of hatching.

Posted: 13 Dec 2008, 12:13
by Bradders
Is there any hybrid sellers in cambridgeshire or bedfordshire :?

Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Posted: 28 Jan 2009, 05:14
by Sylvia
Another one for hatching eggs.

This one lists hatching egg and chicken breeders in county order. ... ngland.php

Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Posted: 02 Feb 2009, 16:26
by driveswith

Does anyone have a list of large scale commercial breeders, I'm looking for white leghorns probably in the 1000's.

Thanks in advance...


Posted: 03 Feb 2009, 09:23
by Elly
Bradders wrote:Is there any hybrid sellers in cambridgeshire or bedfordshire :?
I'd highly recommend here:
Great people, fantastic birds and good fun chasing round to catch the ones you want :lol:
Keep smilin

red brown sussex eggs

Posted: 19 Apr 2009, 16:47
by shazbot
Hey i am a irish breeder of sussex i am looking for brown/red sussex eggs please

Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Posted: 29 Apr 2009, 07:56
by SkyChild
I don't know if these will be any used to anyone.

They're all based in Scotland, because up here it's hard to find chickens or anyone who does anything except hatching eggs!
(Various Poultry. Silkies (black and cuckoo), Minorcas (black and blue sometimes available), araucanas and Plymouth Rocks (buff and white). Tel. 01356 622423) She's based in Brechin, Angus (based in Aberdeenshire) (Lothian, I believe)

Re: Useful sites: Breeders

Posted: 15 Jul 2009, 12:55
by mulberry