REDRUTH POULTRY
Penstruthal Redruth just off Buller hill TR16 6TE​

OPEN SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS 10am to 4pm
 
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Website Last up dated 22/01/19

Point of lay Warren Hybrid in stock Now £14 each

Black Rock 23 wk old laying now £16

They are a true first-cross hybrid from supremely selected strains of Rhode Island Red (male line) and a Barred Plymouth Rock (female line).
Probably the most successful hybrid for modern free range. It has dense feathering a highly developed immune system and good body weight.
Production is 280+ brown eggs in the first year and persistently good throughout lay.
Egg, shell quality and colour are continually good, which means more grade A eggs.




​​Sussex Ranger 23 wk old laying  £16

The Light Sussex today is still a very popular breed to keep. Bred to be a dual purpose bird, it is one of the most productive breeds we have today.

The hen will lay around 260 large eggs that are cream to light brown in colour. The Sussex is one of the oldest breeds that are still in existence today.

The  Sussex chicken is an alert but docile breed that can adapt to any surrounding easily. They are good foragers. Whilst they are quite happy to be free range, they will also be fine if kept in a confined space. They can occasionally but not very often go broody.


Warren Point of Lay £14 each

These girls have a very inquisitive nature and will certainly keep you entertained with their antics.​
They are ideal hens for first time chicken keepers, especially families with young children, as they are very friendly and easy to tame.
warrens  will quite happily eat from your hand once she gets to know you! They have pretty brown/red feathers with white under-feathers and tails. These girls have a traditional “farmyard chicken” look about them.​​
Warren hybrids are one of our most prolific layers and will provide you with approximately 320-340 fabulous large brown eggs per year.




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Speckled Maran or Coucou Maran
Point of lay £16 each

are very good-natured hens with a pretty dark grey plumage that is speckled with silvery white. It is not just the feathers that gives them their name- it’s their eggs too! They lay lovely brown eggs which are covered in darker brown speckles! It means you'll know which egg has been laid by this girl! They have very soft plumage and some even have feathered legs.


Speckled Maran hybrids lay approximately 260-280 lovely speckled brown eggs per year.



Currently out of Stock
due in mid. Februray


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Bluebell Maran 
Point of lay £16 each 



 The Bluebell is a pretty, large fowl chicken with plumage shaded grey and blue.

Crossed between a Rhode Island Red and a Marans chicken,
they are capable of laying 260 eggs per year. Their eggs are a wonderful pink brown colour
. Hens are docile, but might not enjoy being picked up.




Currently out of Stock due in mid. Februray

YOUNG White Leghorn

10 week old £10 each

White leghorns are another of my favorite birds to have on our farm Redruth poultry They are a basic, no nonsense bird.
They rarely cause any trouble.

They eat. They lay nice very large white eggs.

YOUNG sexed pullets £10 each

Cream Crested Lebar Young 12 week old in stock £20 each 
(Blue egg laying breed )
The Cream Legbar (or Crested Cream Legbar) is the most popular autosexing Legbar seen today, thanks to them laying blue coloured eggs. It is well-known that genetically, these birds obtained this trait from the Araucana but few people know just how the Crested Cream Legbar came about.

Cockerels in Stock  From £5  See link Cockerels

Chicks in stock Please see link for up to date Stock   Black French marans ,  Cream Crested Legbars ,     Chicks in Stock

Well made XL 8.5 ft Ark/coop take home today £260 for more info see link   COOPS & HEN HOUSES

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poultry keeping has become one of the UK's fastest growing hobbies. You need no previous experience to start the hobby, although there are some very good books on the market.

You will find the hobby very rewarding, not just the eggs, and probably one which you will find quite addictive.
Each hen seems to have its own character.
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You will soon find yourself spending many enjoyable hours just watching them and feeling completely relaxed, particularly after a stressful day at work.


We sell both Hybrid hens and Pure Breeds.

 The hybrid hens are usually available throughout the year.    We also have a number of pure breed flocks in Large Fowl and Bantam sizes from which we sometimes have both surplus eggs and birds for sale.


 The main breeding time for pure breeds is spring through summer

We stock all associated poultry products at Redruth Poultry However, what we offer most of all is our friendly advice, personal 

experience and enthusiasm for all things poultry! Why not pay us a visit. You are more than welcome to come and have a look around all our bird are vaccnated & wormed

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Come and see us soon Chickens come in all shapes, sizes and nearly every colour of the rainbow, so choosing the perfect poultry can be a tricky thing to do. When deciding, you should ask yourself the fundamental question, what are you looking for in a bird? If it is eggs (and lots of them) then it’s probably best to start with a hybrid. If it’s for exhibiting or as a pet, than perhaps one of the more unusual Polands or docile Pekins would be best for you. Or if the lawn and flowerbeds are your pride and joy, breeds such as a Brahma which are less likely to dig due to their voluptuous pantaloons might be the hen for you.

Pure Breeds are chickens which fulfil a list of features specific to that bird. The best way to thinkabout Pure Breeds in chickens is the same as a you would Pure Breed dog. Hybrids are the more commonly known of chickens. Typically more robust, hybrids are a great option if you are new to chicken keeping as they are often more docile, excellent egg producers and rarely do they go broody redruthpoultry.com