What Do We Sell?

Here at Hedgerow Henporium you will find that we have a varied selection of sweet natured chickens for sale, all at different ages. Our stock changes frequently throughout the year. If it turns out that we don’t have what are you currently looking for, we probably will in a few weeks time. Browse through our breeds pages to see what availability we have in hens for sale. This will give you more background on our lovely ladies. Hopefully this further information will assist you to make an informed decision. Julie or Keith will be on hand to help you make your choice. We will offer hens for sale based on what is suitable for your situation, skill level and will also be the most compatible with your household. You may find that once you have been introduced to our girls, then you could go home with something completely different from your original intention. I put this down to the chickens themselves. They are more than capable of captivating their new owners very easily.

As chickens are flock creatures we do not sell single birds on welfare grounds.

If you are looking for cockerels then check this page out.

Chickens for Sale Current Availability

We list all our range of cockerels or hens for sale under the Chickens for Sale menu. At this time of year it is best to get your birds as soon as you are able because choice is more limited towards the winter. We sell all the birds on a first come, first served basis. If you really want a particular bird or breed, you should consider submitting a holding deposit to avoid disappointment.

How Do You Get Tame Chickens

As chickens are a prey animal they will take a good while to get used to their new environment. In the wild, any change in their vicinity is a potential threat situation. Therefore, if you want happy, unstressed and tame chickens, it is beneficial to allow them plenty of settling in time.

Don’t discount the younger birds as they offer an ideal opportunity to become really tame and friendly with you before the rigours of laying commences.  Younger chickens are easier to handle for nervous youngsters and inexperienced adults alike. They are also cheaper, however, it does mean that you will have to wait a little longer for the eggs to arrive. POL (or point of lay) is subjective and differs in each breed. Some chickens start to lay at 22 weeks, others can be up to 35-40 weeks before the arrival of the first egg.

We Are Unusual

If you decide to do a drive-by, you may be surprised at our urban exterior. Don’t be disheartened, behind our suburban exterior beats the heart of a thriving chicken breeding Henporium. Most of our customers say “wow” when they first see how well setup we are.

Book A Visit Today

We have a drop-in session on Saturdays between noon and 2pm without appointments. Viewings on days and times outside of this take place by appointment, so if you are wanting to call, please let us know when we may expect you. We do this to make sure that you don’t have a wasted journey, as we do occasionally get a life outside of the Henporium. Now and again we pop out to maybe get a pint of milk **smileyface**. Our chicken chores do take us outside quite a bit. More realistically, we are actually just cuddling chickens. If this is the case, we cannot hear the doorbell. If we know when you are arriving, we can be strategically placed to hear your call.

Be prepared to see a little mud around if it has been raining. For this reason, we advise against wearing high heels.

Payment

We accept cash and debit card payments.

Transport

We don’t often have boxes available so please bring a suitable cardboard box or pet carrier with you to transport your new girls home.

Aftercare

We send all our adoptees to their new homes with a complete care sheet, so you don’t flounder. All our hens for sale come with lifetime support.  We also happily offer telephone and email support at any time.

If you feel that you need more expert help to research about chicken care, then why not consider one of our invaluable chicken keeping courses. Details are on our courses page Click here for details