Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs


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Product Details


The Barred Rock, known for its single comb and clean legs, is a classic U.S. breed. This dual-purpose bird is the foundational breed of the Plymouth Rock family, which includes variations like the White, Buff, and Partridge Rocks. They’re friendly, cold-hardy, and can lay more than 200 eggs per year!

  • Egg color: Great producer of large brown eggs
  • Purpose: Dual
  • Weight: Female - 7.5 lb, Male - 9.5 lb

Live Chicks and Eggs Available

Our barred Plymouth Rock live chicks are dispatched to you as soon as they hatch. While we take orders throughout the season, availability on our site does not guarantee immediate shipment. Your order will be placed in line for the next available dispatch, and you'll be notified via email about your specific shipping date.

We offer no guarantee on hatching eggs. There are various factors involved in hatching eggs, and while they frequently do well, we have no control over the handling of the eggs once they ship.

The Heritage of Plymouth Rock Chickens

The barred Plymouth Rock breed, with its iconic black and white stripes, is a cornerstone among chicken breeds for backyard chicken keepers. Known for their docile nature and robust egg production, these chickens make excellent dual-purpose birds for both egg-laying and chicken meat. Their adaptability to free-range living and their status as one of the most popular backyard chicken breeds make them a top choice for anyone looking to enrich their flock.

Egg Production and Care

Barred Plymouth Rocks are celebrated for their consistent egg production, laying beautiful brown eggs that are a staple in any egg basket. As one of the most resilient chicken breeds, they require minimal care, making them perfect for both seasoned keepers and those new to backyard chicken keeping.


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    Egg quality

    by Joe Bowen on Apr 12, 2023

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