One family joining the food revolution

  Since the Legbars are still considered rare and the gene pool in the US is still somewhat slim, we acquired 3 separate lines of the cream variety to start our foundation.  The offspring from two particular pairings had very satisfactory results and gave us a great flock to work with! 


  The perfect chicken is no doubt ones perception, and to us the Legbars are nearing the top of the list.  There are 3 color variations of Legbars and we're currently only lucky enough to keep the cream variety, which is a crested bird.  They're another product from the British and still somewhat rare in the States, especially a perfected flock.

  One of their best traits is that they are an auto

sexing breeds, meaning their genders can be

determined on hatching day!  


  Legbars lay a gorgeous L/XL blue egg and they 

lay them in abundance, thanks to their Leghorn 

background.  They can be a bit skittish but usually tame down with time.  Feed wise, they are the most economical bird we raise.  They must be finding most of their own food because a bird that can turn out so many eggs has to be eating something, yet the feeder remains full…awesome!!   


                        $10   -  (females  $13)

           Hatching Eggs - per doz