When you order, your juvenile 6-10 week olds will approximately ship as soon as possible on the next month that you see LimitedorAvailable. If you'd like to order juvenile birds now and request a later ship date, please let us know in your order notes at checkout and we will gladly accommodate your request.
Current availability is an approximate guess as we have to count our chicks before they hatch! We hatch & ship chicks & juvenile 6-10 week old birds every week based in the order received & will ship your chicks or birds as soon as we can.
Shipping Cost:We charge a flat $45 to ship your box of 6-10 week old juvenile chickens, whether you order 1 or 10 juvenile birds.
Minimum Order:We can ship as few as 1 juvenile 6-10 week old chicken! We ship anywhere in the US excluding Alaska & Hawaii. Live Arrival Guarantee on all orders.
Maximum Order: Because this breed is extremely rare, a maximum of 6 can be ordered at a time. We encourage you to mix and match other breeds.
When Your Birds Ship: You will receive an automatic email and text message when your chicks ship along with tracking info. Juvenile 6-10 week old birds usually arrive in the morning 1-2 days later and your local Post Office will call you for pickup. Live birds are never delivered to your home address, even if you used a home address for your shipping address.
*Availability is severely limited, so if you see availability months listed above, don't wait to place your order!
By far the most sought after rarest auto-sexing chicken breed in the world, the Cream Legbar are extremely friendly and known for their sky blue eggs and auto-sexing chick capabilities. Feather Lover Farms hand selected unrelated Cream Legbars from the imported Jill Rees show winning lines here in the US to use as our breeding flocks and we are honored to finally start shipping high quality chicks throughout America.
Being so rare and highly sought after here in the US, even Martha Stewart started her own flock of Cream Legbars in 2016. If their sky blue eggs and auto-sexing capabilities aren't appealing enough to you, then their feather crested heads should surely do the trick. They are excellent foragers and love to be outside chasing bugs and laying eggs almost anywhere they see fit. Perhaps they lay so many eggs they just can't make it to their nesting box? They do excellent free ranging and are alert if predators are present, though they can adapt to small backyard chicken coops and runs.
Cream Legbars are a medium sized chicken breed and produce an excessive amount of large sky blue eggs.This makes them a great choice for effective egg to feed consumption ratio. In1952 a study was conducted in England of 7 Legbar hens for one year. The 7 hens produced an average of 260 eggs each. Imagine if you had 7 Cream Legbar hens, you would have to eat omelets for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Cream Legbar eggs are often deceptive in size due to being wider than most eggs. Don't let this fool you as their eggs are still large and their eggs weight is considered large rated under the USDA egg sizing standards.
With all their neat features of sky blue eggs, excellent egg production, unique feather coloring, it's easy to overlook the beauty and privilege of auto-sexing the Cream Legbar chicks. The convenience of autosexing chicks is not very common, especially in rare chicken breeds here in the US. The Cream Legbar chicks offer a crystal clear visual of their gender when they hatch, with females being brown with stripes and males usually lighter with an obvious white dot on their head. The Cream Legbar makes it easy for even the newest backyard chicken breeders to hatch and sex their own chicks.
Feather Lover Farms Cream Legbar flocks consists of show winning genetics from England. Jill Rees is a major show quality Cream Legbar breeder in England and her birds have won blue ribbons in the major UK poultry shows as well as 1st and 2nd place in the National Poultry Show of Great Britain. Feather Lover Farms is blessed to have these show winning genetics as part of our Cream Legbar flock and we continue to selectively breed for the same quality that Jill Rees breeds for to win those national poultry shows. Our Jill Rees line Cream Legbar flocks are exceptional show quality but still offer some of the best egg laying capabilities of most chicken breeds. With so many rare unique features including their sky blue eggs, why settle for the common blue egg laying Easter Egger or Ameraucana when you can have the Cream Legbar.
Cream Legbar FAQs:
Origin: England Type:Standard Large Fowl Size: Large (5-7 lbs) Rarity: Very Rare Purpose: Blue Eggs & Auto-sexing Chicks Colors: Cream
Egg Laying: Great (4-5/week, 200+/year) Egg Color:Sky Blue Egg Size:Large Unique Feature: Blue Eggs, Crested Head & Auto-sexing chicks
Cold Hardiness: Hardy in Winter Heat Tolerance: Great heat tolerance Docile: Yes Setter/Broody: No Personality: Active, friendly, curious and docile