Breed of the Week: Jubilee Orpington

Jubilee Orpingtons are a stunning recent import from Europe.​

This variety was our first experience with Orpingtons, and these easy-going giants stole our hearts quickly.  Our flock comes from several sources and we are breeding to the UK show standard.  These chickens are amazing birds, both in their size, fluffiness, and temperament in the flock.  They lay a large light to medium brown egg, and the chicks have yellow down with distinctive light striping down the back.  These are true dual-purpose birds.  As with most dual purpose birds Jubilee Orpingtons take longer to develop but the wait is worth it when these beautiful rare birds finally begin laying! Our Jubilee Orpington are English type/lines.

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$20.00

One day old Jubilee Orpington chick, straight run.  Jubilee Orpingtons lay a large light to medium brown egg.  They are a very large bird, and are considered dual purpose.  This means they are slow growing, taking much longer to reach their full size than similarly aged smaller, lighter breeds.  But their showy markings make them stand out in any flock!

$6.00

One Jubilee Orpington hatching egg. When grown Jubilee Orpingtons lay a large light to medium brown egg.  They are a very large bird, and are considered dual purpose.  This means they are slow growing, taking much longer to reach their full size than similarly aged smaller, lighter breeds.  But their showy markings make them stand out in any flock!

$70.00

One dozen (12) Jubilee Orpington hatching eggs. When grown Jubilee Orpingtons lay a large light to medium brown egg.  They are a very large bird, and are considered dual purpose.  This means they are slow growing, taking much longer to reach their full size than similarly aged smaller, lighter breeds.  But their showy markings make them stand out in any flock!

$160.00 $200.00 

Ten (10) day-old Jubilee Orpington chicks, straight run.  May be combined with other chicks in an order.  Jubilee Orpingtons lay a large light to medium brown egg.  They are a very large bird, and are considered dual purpose.  This means they are slow growing, taking much longer to reach their full size than similarly aged smaller, lighter breeds.  But their showy markings make them stand out in any flock!

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