4+ Week old Coop-Ready™ chicks for sale. Visit www.wolfhillva.com for more information.
Traditional farmhouse heavy breeds that we normally carry:
(Turquoise to Olive Colored Eggs; Extremely Hardy) (Appearance Will Vary)
(Cold Hardy Prolific Egg Layer; One of Joel Salatin's Favorite Breeds) (Clean Black and White Barring)
(Gentle and Quiet Chicken; Black Plumage with Greenish Purple Sheen; Excellent Layers) (Solid Black)
(Gentle and Quiet Chicken; Heavy Build and Large Plumage Makes for an Excellent Winter Bird) (Solid Blonde)
(Quiet and Easy to Manage; Excellent Layers and Very Cold Hardy) (Strikingly Beautiful with Combination of Rich Golden Laced with Black)
~RHODE ISLAND REDS
(One of the Most Famous and Popular Breeds in America; Excellent Layers) (Rich Dark Red with Some Black)
~SILVER LACED WYANDOTTES
(One of the Most Famous and Popular Breeds in America; Excellent Layers) (Strikingly Beautiful with Combination of Silvery White Laced with Black)
(Very Good Forager; Cold Hardy; Docile Temperament; Lays Dark Brown Eggs) (Reddish Brown with Black)
~WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS
(Popular Dual-Purpose Breed; Heat and Cold Tolerant; Lays Year Around) (Beautiful Solid White)
These girls will all be excellent layers of large brown eggs except for the Araucana/Ameraucanas, which lay colored or tinted eggs (typically light greens or blues), and Welsummers, which lay dark brown almost terracotta eggs.
All chicks come with our No-Rooster Guarantee™: if you happen to get a rooster, we will take him back and give you your money back or trade him for another chick out of what we have available for sale.
We are a small family farm and often sell out quickly. Check www.facebook.com/wolfhillva or call or text for updates on current inventory and availability.
We accept cash, PayPal, and all major credit cards.
We are conveniently located under 1/2 mile off of 460 between Roanoke and Bedford about 10 minutes from the Bedford Wal-Mart. Call or text for specific directions.
(Chicks are typically Coop-Ready™ at about 4+ weeks of age, depending upon the number of chicks, the coop, the weather, and other factors.)