Purebred Chicken Hatching Eggs


Purebred Chickens are ones, which have not been cross-bred with other types. This means, that these chickens are high quality and preserve the individual integrity and characteristics of individual breeds.

Live Purebred Chicken Hatching Eggs are usually hard to find. Take a look at our hatching eggs below:

red bourbon turkey hatching eggs 8+- pure bred!!!

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6+ Purebred Lavender,  Blue and Splash Ameraucana Fertile Hatching Eggs LF

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18+ PUREBRED Rare Breeds Hatching Eggs! Greenfire! POTLUCK! Cemani! MORE!

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12+ PUREBRED Rare Breeds Hatching Eggs Greenfire! POTLUCK! Cemani! Niederrheiner

12+ PUREBRED Rare Breeds Hatching Eggs Greenfire! POTLUCK! Cemani! Niederrheiner

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Purebred Chickens


When an animal species is cultivated through a process of selected breeding, then that variety of the animal is called a purebred. As with other animals such as horses and dogs even poultry animals have their own versions of purebred animals of which chickens form a big part.

For a purebred chicken, two similar, like-to-like specimens of the same species are made to mate. The resulting chicken shares the same characteristics and features of its parents. The practice is mainly followed to retain the essential characters of the individual species without allowing it to acquire it features from other breeds.

Benefits

Purebred chickens are supposed to produce eggs of the finest quality with high nutritional values that is extremely beneficial to our health. They are particularly rich in protein and contain a variety of amino acids. Eggs are particularly good for our eyes and lower the risk of developing cataracts. Eggs are also a great source of choline, a nutrient that helps to regulate the function of our brain, nervous system and cardio vascular system.

The meat of a purebred chicken is an excellent source of B vitamins that provide energy. Purebred meat provides protein too, which helps to protect against bone loss in older people. The meat of a purebred chicken is also supposed to defend against Alzheimer's and other age-related cognitive decline.

And beyond the health benefits, both the eggs and the meat of purebred chickens are known for their excellent taste.

But purebred chickens are raised not only because they are useful and beneficial to our health. But many people take it as a hobby to raise these wonderful creatures. They have a beauty of their own, and each variety is unique in their own way. The Sebright is known for its animated and lively behavior with oodles of energy while the bigger Light Brahma is all about grace and style.

Raising and Caring

When you decide to rear a breed of chicken do lay special emphasis on the housing. The size of the coop will depend on the kind of breed you plan to rear. If you are considering rearing a large breed of fowl or even a waterfowl then the housing has to be more spacious. For Bantam chicken you can do with a smaller housing. A Bantam would be comfortable in an area of one square ft on an average. So, if you are raising 10 Bantams, you will need a floor area of about 10 sq ft. For bigger fowls you will need almost four times the space.

Beyond housing, one has to be careful about what the birds are eating. Your Purebred Chickens should have adequate nutritional input. There are balanced feeds available today for poultry which are high on nutritional content and are easier for the birds to digest. Also see to it that your Purebred Chicken gets enough clean water and ensure that the water is fresh and changed regularly.

Try and allow the birds some exercise every day. However, be careful that the birds are not exposed to the extreme elements of the weather or vermin. Let your bird grow happy and healthy.