Silver Gray Dorking Hens are exceptional winter layersSilver Gray Dorking Roosters have a large single comb and are fine meat birds.Dorking chickens lay creamy white eggs.Day Old Baby Silver Gray Dorking Chicks for sale at Meyer Hatchery, available to ship or pickup in Polk, Ohio.

Silver Gray Dorking

Product Code : SGDS

Item#SexPriceQuantity

SGDS

St. Run

$7.12

SGDF

Female

$8.02

SGDM

Male

$6.30

Next available: 5 left for Jan 22, or view upcoming inventory

Silver Gray Dorking Chicks

The Dorking chicken breed was named after the Southern English town of Dorking. They are well known for their very fine-textured and tender white meat. They are also exceptional winter layers and can lay up to 140 medium to large, creamy white eggs per year. Dorkings are calm and adaptable to many settings. They are good foragers and do not scratch the ground as much as other breeds, making them a great backyard chicken. Dorkings are good with children but should not be kept with aggressive breeds. Males are more prone to frostbite than female Dorkings due to their large single comb. Hens are slow to mature and may not begin laying until they are 26 weeks old.

Average weight: roosters 9 lbs., hens 7 lbs.

* Due to the rarity of these chicks, Meyer Hatchery’s order maximum is 10.

Characteristics
Class: English
Origin: England
Comb Type: Single, Pea
Egg Color: Creamy Tint
Egg Size: Medium to Large
Production: Good
Matures: Slow to mature
Bird Size: Females 7 lbs., Males 9 lbs.
Broody: Yes, Good booders/mothers
Hardiness: Cold Hardy
Personality: Calm and friendly
 

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: 2
St. Run: 5
Male: 12

*Jan 28, 2019

Female: 2
St. Run: 4
Male: 14

*Feb 4, 2019

Female: 8
St. Run: 16
Male: 11

*Feb 11, 2019

Female: 6
St. Run: 12
Male: 21

*Feb 19, 2019

Female: 15
St. Run: 30
Male: 26

*Feb 25, 2019

Female: 19
St. Run: 38
Male: 19

*Mar 4, 2019

Female: 22
St. Run: 44
Male: 22

*Mar 11, 2019

Female: 25
St. Run: 50
Male: 34

*Mar 18, 2019

Female: 29
St. Run: 58
Male: 38

*Mar 25, 2019

Female: 22
St. Run: 44
Male: 43

Apr 1, 2019

Female: 16
St. Run: 32
Male: 35

Apr 8, 2019

Female: 15
St. Run: 30
Male: 22

Apr 15, 2019

Female: 8
St. Run: 16
Male: 32

Apr 22, 2019

Female: 25
St. Run: 50
Male: 36

Apr 29, 2019

Female: 25
St. Run: 50
Male: 33

May 6, 2019

Female: 19
St. Run: 38
Male: 33

May 13, 2019

Female: 20
St. Run: 40
Male: 29

May 20, 2019

Female: 6
St. Run: 12
Male: 11

May 28, 2019

Female: 31
St. Run: 62
Male: 39

Jun 3, 2019

Female: 34
St. Run: 68
Male: 34

Jun 10, 2019

Female: 32
St. Run: 64
Male: 32

Jun 17, 2019

Female: 29
St. Run: 58
Male: 29

Jun 24, 2019

Female: 27
St. Run: 54
Male: 27

Jul 8, 2019

Female: 26
St. Run: 52
Male: 26

Jul 15, 2019

Female: 24
St. Run: 48
Male: 24

Jul 22, 2019

Female: 31
St. Run: 62
Male: 31

Jul 29, 2019

Female: 33
St. Run: 66
Male: 33

Aug 5, 2019

Female: 22
St. Run: 44
Male: 22

Aug 12, 2019

Female: 20
St. Run: 40
Male: 21

Aug 19, 2019

Female: 24
St. Run: 48
Male: 24

Aug 26, 2019

Female: 28
St. Run: 56
Male: 28

Sep 3, 2019

Female: 9
St. Run: 18
Male: 9

Sep 9, 2019

Female: 11
St. Run: 22
Male: 11

Sep 16, 2019

Female: 6
St. Run: 12
Male: 6

Sep 23, 2019

Female: 8
St. Run: 16
Male: 8

Sep 30, 2019

Female: 3
St. Run: 6
Male: 3

Oct 7, 2019

Female: 4
St. Run: 8
Male: 4

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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