Rhode Island Red Females are a beautiful dark shade of redRhode Island Red Males are a deep mahogany color with black accentsDay old baby Rhode Island Red chickDay old baby Rhode Island Red chickRhode Island Reds lay an abundance of extra large brown eggs

Rhode Island Red

Product Code : RIRS

Item#Sex1-56-1516-2526-4950-99100+Quantity

RIRS

St. Run

$3.04

$2.92

$2.75

$2.57

$2.40

$2.22

RIRF

Female

$3.78

$3.66

$3.48

$3.31

$3.13

$2.96

RIRM

Male

$2.40

$2.28

$2.10

$1.93

$1.75

$1.58

Next available: 100+ left for Nov 16, or view upcoming inventory

Rhode Island Red Chicks

Looking to get a jump start on laying? Order our Started Rhode Island Red Pullets. They are 16-20 weeks of age!

Rhode Island Red Chickens are a popular dual-purpose breed that is a familiar standby in many chicken coops. As the name suggests, this breed was developed in Rhode Island, and is the state's official bird! Rhode Island Red hens are calm and are among the best layers for a heavy breed. Hens can lay around 200-250 large brown eggs annually, but rarely brood, so you'll have to find someone else to sit. Roosters may become aggressive. Males and females are lovely shades of deep mahogany red, are hardy in all climates, and are an excellent free range choice.

Rhode Island Reds mature early, with an average mature rooster weight of 7 to 71/2 lbs and hens reaching 6 lbs. Our Rhode Island Reds are "production" strain.

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Characteristics
Class: American
Origin: United States
Comb Type: Single Comb
Egg Color: Brown
Egg Size: Large
Production: Excellent
Matures: Moderately Early
Bird Size: Heavy 6 - 7 1/2 lbs
Broody: Infrequently
Hardiness: Heat & Cold Tolerant
Personality: Docile (Males can be Aggressive)
 
Breed Availability

Nov 2, 2020

Female: 0
St. Run: 0
Male: 100+

Nov 16, 2020

Female: 66
St. Run: 100+
Male: 100+



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