Barred Plymouth Rock

Barred Plymouth Rock


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Marek’s Vaccination

Marek’s disease is a deadly, highly contagious “lymphoproliferative” disease affecting chickens. It is the #1 disease-related killer of chickens. It can cause paralysis, blindness and death in up to 80% of an infected flock. There is no cure for a flock once it has been infected; the only way to prevent the disease is to vaccinate.


Dubbing is typically used to mark a particular chick or group of chicks. So if you want to mark your roosters you can, or even your pullets. Only chicks with a rose comb cannot be dubbed.

Beak Trimming

Due to the cannibalistic nature of chickens, some people decide to have their chick’s beaks trimmed. Only select if you anticipate a problem.

Wing Trimming

Typically only needed with the flightier birds such as leghorns, or perhaps flying mallard ducklings. But if you don’t want heavier birds to “fly the coop” you may choose this option.

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The Barred Plymouth Rock chicken is a popular and recognizable breed of domestic chicken commonly raised for meat and eggs. It is a medium-sized bird with a plump, rounded body, short neck, and broad, flat head. The breed has a distinctive appearance, with its black and white striped feathers evenly distributed across its body.

The barred Plymouth Rock chicken has a friendly and docile temperament, which makes it a popular choice among backyard chicken enthusiasts. It is also a hardy and adaptable breed that can thrive in various climates and environments. The species is known for its egg-laying abilities, with hens laying approximately 200 to 280 brown eggs annually.

Overall, the barred Plymouth Rock chicken is a versatile and popular breed well-suited for small-scale and commercial poultry farming. Its distinctive appearance, friendly personality, and high egg production make it a favorite among chicken keepers and backyard farmers.

Additional information

Weight .16 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9.5 × 6.5 in

Straight Run, Pullets, Cockerels