Prices for Novo Brown, RIR and Rhode-Rock Point of Lay Pullets Each - Until End of November 2017
Please phone before visiting.
- 19 week old "Novo Brown": Ready NOW (40 available for small orders - max 10).
- 21 week old "Novo Brown": (all sold).
- 19 week old "Rhode-Rock": Ready NOW (40 available). - £9.90 each or £7.95 for 12+
See table below for prices.
Novo Brown are a commercial hybrid very similar to Warrens. They have been specially bred to have optimum egg production and be calm good natured birds which are well suited to all production systems.
Commercial hybrids have a complex selective breeding which has been perfected over many generations to produce specific grandparent and parent stock which are then used to produce the final laying birds.
Novo Brown start laying at about 20 - 24 weeks old and will lay eggs for about 14 - 20 months. They usually have a rest, called a moult, during their second winter for about 2 - 3 months. They will lay an egg each day once they start, occasionally they will miss a day. As they get older they will start to lay less. Commercially they can lay up to 330 eggs per year. In back gardens this varies but is usually over 300.
Rhode-Rock Hybrids are predmominantly black with blue fluorescence and golden brown lacing to the neck/body. Rhode Island Red Hybrids are deep brown in colour. The RIR and Rhode-Rock lay brown eggs all year round (300+).
The Novo Brown, Rhode-Rock and Rhode Island Red Pullets have a calm nature and have been reared together in the same flock from chicks. They see each other as equals and get along fine mixed together.
Sorry no Rhode Island Red available.
|Qty||NovoBrown. Age (Weeks)|
|0 - 4||£7.90|
|5 - 11||£6.80|
|12 - 19||£5.95||£6.05||£6.15||£6.25||£6.35|
|20 - 39||£5.65||£5.75||£5.85||£5.95||£6.05|
|40 - 99||£5.25||£5.35||£5.45||£5.55||£5.65||£5.75|
Last updated 7:48 16th Nov 2017
There are Hightened bio-security measures in place at Sycamore Farm when collecting birds. No one will be allowed beyond the gate adjacent to the shop leading to the poultry site. If you are bringing your own crates plesase make sure they have been cleaned and disinfected. Only bring cardboard boxes that haven't previously been used near poultry. New cardboard boxes are available.
The shop is open as normal.
There are no more deliveries scheduled for the rest of 2017. Deliveries resume End of February 2018.
(Delivery charges apply depending on quantity and distance - Minimum £15. Delivery dates outside Cheshire are finalised once a total of 150 birds or more have been ordered on any particular rout).
We can supply cardboard carrying boxes:
Box for up to 3 chickens (shown above): £1.70 each
Box for up to 6 chickens (30 doz egg box): £1.90 each
25 boxes for up to 3 chickens, flat: £22.50 (£27.00 inc VAT)
If you are bringing your own crates/boxes allow 3 birds per square foot for transporting. Cut plenty of air holes in cardboard boxes.