Olive Egger Hens

Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens
Olive Egger Hens

Olive Egger Hens

Regular price $69.90 Sale price $39.90 Save 43%
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  • Hen Guarantee, or Your Money Back*
  • Raised to 8 -10 Weeks Old
  • Grown with Non-GMO Feed, Made by a Poultry Nutritionist
  • 'Sales are Final' for this product

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Our commitment ensures that your hen is correctly sexed, with a money-back guarantee if that hen is not. This breed will be 8-10 weeks old when you bring it home, unless the available options state differently. At this age, they're already fully feathered and accustomed to being outside, embracing the adventure of being outside while they eagerly await their new coop. The selected date indicates the week the hens will be ready to come home to their new coop.

This breed will be 8 -10 weeks old when they come home, unless otherwise stated in the options available. At this age the hens are sexable, fully feathered and already enjoying the nature & the outdoors at this age. The date chosen is the week the hens will be 8 weeks old and ready to come home that week.

Breed Information:

Our Olive Eggers are a unique hybrid breed known for their various shades of olive-colored eggs. This is achieved by crossing a dark brown egg layer with a blue egg layer.

These chickens come in a variety of colors, including black, blue, white, barred, and chipmunk, and will lay eggs in varying shades of olive with possible speckles and heavy bloom. As generations pass, the olive eggs will become darker, but there is a higher risk of offspring laying brown eggs.

The chicks you'll receive come from our F1-F7 generations and may also have varying degrees of Fibro or Fibromelanism, which can produce self-blue or blue colored chickens when crossed. On average, our Olive Eggers lay 200-300 eggs per year and have an average weight of 5.5lbs for hens and 7lbs for roosters.

Our commitment ensures that your hen is correctly sexed, with a money-back guarantee if that hen is not. This breed will be 8-10 weeks old when you bring it home, unless the available options state differently. At this age, they're already fully feathered and accustomed to being outside, embracing the adventure of being outside while they eagerly await their new coop. The selected date indicates the week the hens will be ready to come home to their new coop.

We strive to provide a thriving and well cared for chickens to you. We provide Non-GMO feed, yogurt, raw milk, and tested regularly by state and veterinarians for healthy birds. We go the extra miles for your peace of mind!

What do hens grow in their garden?

Egg-plants

FAQs - Juveniles & Adults

Our website is up to date. You may find some hens available to come home now and others may be pre-ordered for a specific month or timeframe. If you need help let us know. We're glad to help!

The timeframes listed are 98% of the time up to date. Juvenile and adult orders are generally pre-ordered. We grow all our juvenile/adult orders from the month and raise all of them at one time. This reduces our costs and in turn your costs for them. If you need a specific timeframe for your birds to ship, reach out to us and we can often arrange that with you.

Our juveniles and adults ship free via express shipping by USPS. The fastest way we can get your birds to you. On average we spend $75-120 per bird to ship to you. We enjoy sharing them with you!

We gladly offer local pick up for your order. We have strict biosecurity measures for both our flocks safety. Once your order has been placed and notified your order is ready to come home, we pre-arrange a pick up time and date with you to come to our pick up drive-thru. Very simple, we have your order boxed and ready to travel home for you. You will not need to bring any boxes, cartons or crates. Local pick up orders are considered sale is final. 

No, we do not vaccinate our flock or baby chicks. We constantly monitor this with our poultry vet to ensure our birds are healthy and robust. We are tested yearly for disease as NPIP participants and customers can be confident that they are receiving healthy, happy chicks from our farms.