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Poultry Price List

This is the price list for poultry, as of March 2012.   For eggs, please go here.    For large volume sales, separate prices will be negotiated. PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE KEPT OUR PRICES THE SAME FOR A FURTHER 6months.

AgeWarrenOther breeds

Day old £3.50 £3.50
1-3 weeks £4.50 £4.50
4-6 weeks £6.00 £7.50
7-10 weeks £7.50 £15.00
11-14 weeks £8.50 £18.00
15-20 weeks £10.50 £25.00
21+ weeks P.O.L. £16.00 Price on application.

Breeds subject to availability March 2014.

  • Araucana (lays blue eggs).
  • Brahma.
  • Buff Orpington.
  • Cream Legbar.
  • Frizzle.
  • Light Sussex.
  • Dolly Mixtures.  ALL Different.
  • Pekin Bantams.
  • Barred Plymouth Rock.
  • Rhode Island Red.
  • Silkie
  • Quail Italian
  • Turkey Reds+ Bronze
  • Ducks……..Various Breeds
  • Geese Emden this years birds.

Special breeds of Quail, Ducks and Geese are available upon request.    Prices discussed on enquiry.

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Soay Sheep

Soay – the Norse word for sheep – are a small and ancient breed.    They are believed to be the ancestor of the domestic breeds.    In modern times, the only natural population is on the Isle of Soay, in the Outer Hebrides, where they have run wild for centuries.    Agile and quick footed, they often ‘hop jump’, as they skittishly run from danger.    They cannot be driven in the conventional manor due to their unpredictable nature.

They have a slight build and are much smaller than domestic sheep.    Both sexes are horned, the male’s horns are much heavier, and may form a complete circle.    The coat is often shaggy to look at, as it is self- shedding.    It is normally a dull brown or tawny colour, although it can range to black.

Being a primitive bred, their tails do not need docking.    They do not suffer from foot root.    Soay can live happily on relatively small amounts of poor grazing, scrub and weeds.    Their flesh particularly lean for a sheep, and a gourmet treat.

Currently we have 10 rams and 15 ewes. First Lamb born 20th February 2008 a little girl.  Breeding programme going very well. March 2010 Interesting that Lambs born so far are all Female, we are really pleased as this helps the Breeding  programme.

Black Welsh Mountain Sheep

A medium sized hardy breed, able to survive in the bleak Welsh mountains.    The mountain fodder is frequently poor and sparse.    Agile and self sufficient, they do not suffer from foot rot to the same extent that lowland breeds do.    Similarly, they are mostly immune to fly strike.

The ram is heavier than the ewes, with horns that spiral out from the head.    Ewes are not horned.    The coat is a dense fine wool that can be spun, or used in felt and carpets.    Normally black; the wool can develop a reddish tinge under a strong sun.    There is a ‘badger variant’ that has white areas, particularly on the head, but also the legs and tail.    The meat is of fine texture and taste.

Currently we have Burlington Bertie no 2 our head ram, three younger rams and 40 ewes.

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