We have been breeding Silkies for seven years now. Our Silkie lines came from several different breeders from AB, BC, SK, ON and QC. We do not sell sexed Silkies, trios or adult birds. We only sell hatching eggs or unsexed chicks that are a few days old in the spring, which come from our mixed colour breeding pen.
With our mixed colour Silkie breeding pen we cannot fill orders for specific colors in regards to hatching eggs or chicks. We also cannot promise that our Silkie chicks will be show quality but they will be healthy and meet the breed standards. We suggest that when you keep different chicken breeds together, Silkies would do better with other gentle companions.
We use several different coloured roosters over various coloured Silkie hens each year. When you purchase a dozen eggs or we sell you some Silkie chicks their colours may include blue, splash, black, paint, white, partridge or mixed colourations with buff, silver or white highlights. There may also be a Sizzle chick or two hatching as we have a couple of Sizzle Silkie hens in that breeding pen.

$15 per chick/unsexed, $6 per fertile egg or $72 a dozen ,
We do not ship Silkie chicks-gate sales only

IPE 2019
White Silkie Hen took 3 classes, Champion Bantam, Champion Featherleg
and Reserve Show Champion

IPE 2019
Blue Silkie Hen Best in Variety/ Reserve in Breed,
Paint Silkie Hen Best in Variety, Paint Silkie Cockerel Reserve in Breed

IPE 2019 Blue Silkie Cockerel- Best in Variety,  Blue Sizzle Silkie Cockerel- Best in Variety

50th Feather Fancier Show 2019
Paint Silkie Cock and Splash Sizzle Silkie Cockerel- 1st place

Interior Provincial Exhibition  2018
Paint Silkie Cock and Hen-Best in Breed, Best in Variety
Splash Silkie Cock and Hen-Reserve in Breed

Silkies are one of the first breeds of chicken to have been admitted to the APA Standard of Perfection, in 1874. Silkies originated in Asia, most likely in China, but their specific source is a mystery. It is said that Marco Polo wrote about them as early as the 1400s. They are extremely docile and their ornamental plumage makes them a standout in a flock. Though they are fair layers themselves, laying about three eggs a week, they are commonly used to hatch eggs from other breeds and bird species. Silkies thrive in warm climates where heavier breeds might suffer. The breed has several other unusual qualities, such as dark blue flesh and bones, blue earlobes, and five toes on each foot (most chickens only have four). APA Weights: Rooster: 36 oz.  Hen: 32 oz

Canadian National Poultry Show 2017 Armstrong, BC
Best in Variety: Splash Cockerel and Pullet
Best in Variety: Blue Silkie Cockerel

Interior Provincial Exhibition  2017
White Silkie Pullet-Reserve and Best in Variety
Blue and Splash Pullets- Best in Variety

Fall Featherfest 2016- Splash Silkie Pullet- Best in Variety/Best in Breed



Splash Pullet , Blue Cockerel


Silkie Chicks-Splash, Blue, White

Shogun Silkies Farm Informative guide on breeding Silkies, Showgirls, Sizzles/Frizzles


Buff Silkie Hen and Black Silkie Pullet – Fall Featherfest 2015.