Black Sumatra females are very docile and sweet.Tail feathers on the Black Sumatra roosters can reach lengths of 4 feet with high roosts and plenty of space.Black Sumatra Chickens lay a fair number of tinted / white eggs.Meyer Hatchery offers Day Old Baby Black Sumatra Chicks for Sale, available in male, female, or straight run.

Black Sumatra

Product Code : BSUS

Item#Sex1-56-1516-2526+Quantity

BSUS

St. Run

$4.22

$4.11

$3.94

$3.71

BSUF

Female

$4.94

$4.82

$4.65

$4.43

BSUM

Male

$3.60

$3.48

$3.31

$3.09

Next available: 98 left for Mar 04, or view upcoming inventory

Black Sumatra Chicks

Black Sumatras are a very distinguished, long-legged chicken. Males are known for their lustrous long flowing tail feathers of beetle-green black that can grow up to 4 feet in length with the appropriate space and care. Black Sumatras were introduced in the US in 1847. They are still as pure blooded today as they were when first discovered on the remote island of Sumatra in the Far East. This breed is known for their dark to black skin and excellent flying and jumping capabilities. They can easily jump 6 feet, even with clipped wings. 

Black Sumatra roosters can be aggressive but only to those of its own breed and mainly during breeding season. Fighting will subside after the season is over. Multiple spurs are usually found on males and are to be desired for show. Our Black Sumatras are an excellent exhibition choice. Black Sumatras lay a fair number of tinted eggs. 

Average Mature Weight: Roosters 5 lbs, Hens 4 lbs.

Characteristics
Class: Standard
Origin: Sumatra
Comb Type: Small Pea Comb
Egg Color: White
Egg Size: Medium
Production: Poor
Matures:
Bird Size: Small 4 - 5 lbs.
Broody: Yes
Hardiness: Heat and cold hardy
Personality: Flyer & High Jumper
 

Breed Availability
*Orders shipped between December 1st and March 31st requires a minimum order of 8 Chickens

*Jan 2, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

*Jan 7, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

*Jan 14, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

*Jan 22, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

*Jan 28, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

*Feb 4, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 1

*Feb 11, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 14

*Feb 19, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 27

*Feb 25, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 55

*Mar 4, 2019

Female: 49
St. Run: 98
Male: 61

*Mar 11, 2019

Female: 52
St. Run: 100+
Male: 62

*Mar 18, 2019

Female: 54
St. Run: 100+
Male: 56

*Mar 25, 2019

Female: 59
St. Run: 100+
Male: 61

Apr 1, 2019

Female: 44
St. Run: 88
Male: 58

Apr 8, 2019

Female: 54
St. Run: 100+
Male: 56

Apr 15, 2019

Female: 55
St. Run: 100+
Male: 55

Apr 22, 2019

Female: 38
St. Run: 76
Male: 40

Apr 29, 2019

Female: 29
St. Run: 58
Male: 31

May 6, 2019

Female: 31
St. Run: 62
Male: 34

May 13, 2019

Female: 45
St. Run: 90
Male: 46

May 20, 2019

Female: 42
St. Run: 84
Male: 46

May 28, 2019

Female: 43
St. Run: 86
Male: 43

Jun 3, 2019

Female: 44
St. Run: 88
Male: 44

Jun 10, 2019

Female: 46
St. Run: 92
Male: 46

Jun 17, 2019

Female: 48
St. Run: 96
Male: 48

Jun 24, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Jul 8, 2019

Female: 47
St. Run: 94
Male: 47

Jul 15, 2019

Female: 41
St. Run: 82
Male: 41

Jul 22, 2019

Female: 27
St. Run: 54
Male: 27

Jul 29, 2019

Female: 31
St. Run: 62
Male: 31

Aug 5, 2019

Female: 32
St. Run: 64
Male: 32

Aug 12, 2019

Female: 30
St. Run: 60
Male: 30

Aug 19, 2019

Female: 28
St. Run: 56
Male: 28

Aug 26, 2019

Female: 23
St. Run: 46
Male: 23

Sep 3, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Sep 9, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Sep 16, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Sep 23, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Sep 30, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Oct 7, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Oct 15, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Oct 21, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Oct 28, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Nov 4, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Nov 12, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

Nov 18, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0

*Dec 2, 2019

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 0


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