Available September 30, 2022
No Minimum Quantity
Raised in Palmer, Alaska on Alaska Mill & Feed pullet grower, these pampered girls are ready to move in, produce eggs, and save you the drama of brooding chicks.
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The ISA Brown variety is very cold-hardy and loves to free-range.
The ISA Brown is a Brown Sex-Link. This particular breed has been developed in France, derived from a cross between Rhode Island Red and Brown Leghorn genetics. The ISA Brown is a brown egg-layer that produces a beautiful large to extra-large dark brown egg.
• A prolific egg-layer
• Estimated 395 eggs in 76 weeks of lay, ~320 eggs per year
• 50 percent production at week 20
• Peak production 93-95 percent
• Excellent feed conversion ratio
• Easy to manage, calm disposition
• Excellent shell strength with dark brown eggshell coloring
• Has been bred to adapt to different conditions, allowing them to produce well in housing or to thrive on free-range.