As a full-service chicken hatchery, we ship day old chicks across the United States. We carry several popular and productive commercial chickens: Conventional Broilers, Specialty Broilers, Brown Egg Layers, and White Egg Layer. Ready-To-Lay Pullets and Fertile Eggs are also available from our hatchery. Hobbyist, poultry farmers, and commercial producers rely on us for birds that are delivered on-time and at reasonable prices.
Availability subject to change without notice
Starting Hatch Week of February 6, 2017. Pick up at Hatchery required for less than 20 chicks. Orders Required. Hatchdate does not guarantee availability
Starting Hatch Date February 12, 2017. Pick up at hatchery required for less than 20 Chicks. Orders required. Hatch Date does not guarantee availability.
Appointment required for pick up at farm location/Taking orders for Early June 2018- untrimmed beaks. Mid July- trimmed beaks
Pullet (17 Weeks Old)
2018 TBA. Pick up at Hatchery required for less than 20 chicks.Orders Required. Hatch date does not guarantee availability.
What started in a garage in 1946 has grown to become the premier site to order chickens online. Our day-old chicks are sought after by homestead and commercial poultry farmers alike for their production, temperament, and durability.Our Story
Growers, hatcheries, and egg farms trust Moyer’s Chicks for their commercial poultry needs. We offer volume discounts, custom hatching services, and commercial poultry transportation. Turn to Moyer’s Chicks for your next order.About Our Commercial Services
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