Java Chickens For Sale In All States

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You've found the “U.S. Java Chicken Breeders” page here at Hobby Farm Wisdom! If this is the first time you have visited our site: Welcome!

You are currently viewing the largest directory of small farm animal breeders on the entire internet! We have over 1,000 different breeds of small animal livestock, game fowl, and exotic pets listed here.

Use the search bar above to navigate through the site and view the breeder listings of all sorts of different animals. On each page you'll find the complete contact information for each breeder including; website links, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses. Hopefully this will help you find exactly the right breeder as you search for the newest addition to your homestead!

JavaThe Java chicken breed is the second oldest breed that originated in America, having been developed from chickens of unknown Asian breeds. Despite its long history as the basis for many other breeds, today Java chickens are critically endangered.

Java chickens are a hardy chicken that appears in three color variations, black, mottled and white. Their rectangular body shape and long back are their most distinguishing features. While they mature much slower than the broilers that are popular today, they do produce a solid carcass. Their hens will also produce a good amount of large brown eggs and often go broody.

Java chickens are especially good foragers, requiring little to no supplemental feeding. With their docile temperament, they are an ideal breed for small homesteads or backyard flocks.

We always strongly encourage you to thoroughly check out each animal breeder you are interested in purchasing from before you make your final decision. With over 25,000 different breeders listed on this website, it is impossible for us to be able to vouch for every one! And while we do our best to ensure only the top farmers are listed here, it's always best to double check yourself.

Java Chickens For Sale In The USA

Breeder NameCityStatePhone
Dare 2 Dream Farms Lompoc 4 (805) 735-3233
Sand Hill Preservation Center Calamus 14 (563) 246-2299
Double Forte Farm Galena 19
Muddy Hoof Farm and Hatchery Lubec 18 (207) 733-6143
moonlight Mile Herb Farm Willis 21 (734) 461-6296
Stromberg's Chicks & Game Birds Pine River 22 (218) 587-2222
Wren Hill Farm Mabel 22 (507) 459-4121
Dawn Land Farm East Hampstead 28 (603) 887-6402
Privett Hatchery Portales 30 (575) 356-6425
Dot Ranch Scio 36 (503) 575-8489
Bear Creek Farm Bend 36 (541) 388-5454
Fur Immer Farm Hustontown 37 (814) 685-3861
Wyandottes and Rocks Martindale 42 (619) 301-4538
Blue Star Ranch Bellville 42 (281) 627-8009
Ideal Poultry Cameron 42 (254) 697-6677
Autrey Friendship Farms New Boston 42 (903) 278-1111

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