Standard Chickens

Wild Acres located in Armstrong, BC, Canada sells hatching eggs and standard sized chicks of the Ameraucana, Marans, Australorp, Jersey Giant, Barred Rock, Light Brahma, Orpington, Wyandotte, Welsummer, Standard Cochin and Olive Egger. Please also see our rare breeds and bantam breed pages.

Purchasing from us means you accept and agree to our terms and conditions.

We are currently taking pre-orders for 2019 hatching eggs. 

Please contact us via email and if you have any issues with the order form. 

 All livestock is subject to availability.

Please make sure you save the PDF fillable order form on your computer before you send it to Wild Acres.

Thank you for supporting our farm.  

Most Standard Chicken Breeds are $12 a chick/unsexed
Chicks can be picked up at out farm.

We ship chicks and ducklings to limited destinations through ACE Courier depots to select cities in BC and Alberta only. Shipping and packaging costs are not included in our chick or waterfowl pricing.

Please check out our policy and ordering page to see the select ACE Courier’s depots we ship to

http://www.acecourier.bc.ca/contacts-v2/

We ship to Canadian residences only.

Most Standard Fertile Eggs: $5 an egg or $60 a dozen plus packaging fee $6.00 and shipping costs via Xpresspost across Canada.

Large Standard Size/Dual-Purpose Fowl
https://www.wideopenpets.com/are-heritage-chicken-breeds-worth-saving/

We chose heritage poultry breeds that lay colourful eggs and free range easily together. They are predator wary and many of them are very winter hardy. We also raise some rare heritage poultry breeds that have unusual features such as unique colouring, feathered feet, extra toes, muffs, beards and top hats.

We sell fertile eggs and day old chicks in the spring through the early summer. Our poultry stock is rotated through the breeding pens depending on customer orders and our breeding program so please ask about chick availability and hatch dates.

Blue Colour in Poultry Facts: The blue colour in poultry and waterfowl does not breed true. Breeding two blue birds will give you blue, black and splash colours. Splash means the bird has two copies of the blue gene. It is called sport in some breeds. Black is BB, Blue is Bb, and Splash is bb. Breeding blacks/blues/splashes will give different amounts of black/blue/splash. 

Some of the splash chickens have lots of spots and some will have less. They are white birds with black or grey spots. It is a rare colour. I had to hatch several hundred birds to get just a few of them over the course of several years in order to make up a small flock of them. 

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