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USDA Organic
 

We only feed our hens organic feed from the day they are born. Organic feed is included with every rental.


Coop

Explore more photos of our coops! Learn about the ease of use and exact dimensions.

Hens

Learn about Golden Comet hens and why they're rated one of the sweetest, most docile breeds of chicken.

Treats

Check out our comprehensive list of the do's and do-not's when it's time to treat your hens!

 

I LOVE the chickens! 

My family loves them and I'm not sure we ever would have made the leap to raising chickens, if renting them didn't allow us to ease into it.

- Margaret N.
Woodbridge, VA

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HOW MANY EGGS WILL THEY LAY?

With 2 hens you will get about 1 dozen eggs per week. Our coops are designed to house up to 4 hens and with each one laying 6 days a week that's 2 dozen eggs from Monday to Sunday! That should be more than enough for the family, and if you're feeling generous, the neighbors too :)

 

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WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF RAISING CHICKENS?

You may not know this but chickens have amazing personalities. They will come when called, let you pick them up, let you rock them to sleep on your lap (especially on the swing-set) and will follow you around the backyard while you're gardening. They are also natural composters! They will eat all of your unwanted table scraps and will turn them into delicious and nutritious eggs.  They're great at pest control as the hens actively seek out spiders, bees, beetles, stinkbugs and even ticks!  

What are the benefits of raising chickens?