ISA Brown Chickens
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The ISA Brown is a hybrid Sex Link chicken type. It is thought that ISA Brown originated by breeding a Rhode Island Reds with Rhode Island Whites, however, the actual list of genetics is a closely guarded secret.
While the ISA Brown chickens are not considered a true breed, they are highly regarded for their excellent egg production. It is not uncommon for them to produce 300 eggs in the first year.
They are an ideal breed for small backyard flocks but their rampant egg production does have downsides. After two years, they typically stop producing eggs and are known for having kidney issues that lead to an early death.
ISA Brown Chickens For Sale In The USA
|Hoover's Hatchery||Rudd||IA||(1-800) 247-7014|||
|Diemand Farm||Wendell||MA||(978) 544-3806|||
|Townline Poultry Farm||Zeeland||MI||(616) 772-6514|||
|Crazy Chicken Ranch||Mussey Township||MI||(810) 223-7521|||
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