Introducing the Omlet Chickens!

The chickens we keep in our headquarters are excellent egg layers and have friendly characters, making them the ideal pet.

Omlet chickens have been organically reared to Soil Association standards and are at point of lay. This means that they are between 16-20 weeks old and they should lay their first egg within a couple of weeks of owning them. They have also been fully vaccinated against common diseases.


Gingernut Ranger

The Gingernut Ranger is dark russet red with accented black tail feathers. She is a beautiful and perky chicken with an inquisitive nature. You can rely on her to lay you six large eggs a week and she will be a great companion, never being far away from you when you're in the garden.


A beautiful Gingernut Ranger enjoying a spot of sunbathing in front of her Eglu Go

Miss Pepperpot

The Miss Pepperpot is covered in stunning iridescent black feathers. She has been bred from the Rhode Island Red and the Barred Plymouth Rock to create a lively and well natured hen that can lay over 300 eggs a year. That's a lot of breakfast!


Amy Punchards great layer Miss Pepperpot hen free ranging in the garden
A proud Miss Pepperpot free-ranging in the garden


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Kirsteen, 6 May 2017

I look forward to learning from your guides and information


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Great

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