Sources of: Hatchery Chicks, Turkey,Ducks, Peasants, Guineas and more
                     Box 108, 96th Ave, Zeeland, MI 49464-0108 
               Phone (616)772-6514. Toll free 1-888-685-0040. Fax (616)772-2969
                            Open: Monday - Friday from 8:oo am to 4:00pm                       

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Mallards - Rouens
Hatchery Ducks 
Availability  on  March - July

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 Hatchery Turkeys
Availability on March - Mid July

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Hatchery Pheasants
Availability on  May - July

 Hatchery Guineas  
Availibility on March - July

Hatchery Broiler
Availibility Year Round.

Hatchery Isabrown
Availibility on Feb to October
Know Your Temperature:
For the first week maintain the temperature at chick height at 95 degrees. Decrease the temperature five degrees per week until a temperature of 65 degrees is reached. Note -- with turkeys and pheasants, start them 5 degrees higher
Vitamin& Electrolytes:
Great for starting chicks. This product will also aid in stress times and can help prevent problems down the road. The product can also assist in preventing leg weakness in broilers when used according to directions. (One package for 128 gallons.) This pack can be sent with the chicks.

$7.00 each

Debeaking                      $.15 each
          For Baby  chicks only.
          $5.00 minimum charge

Mareks Vaccination          $. 15 each
          For Baby  chicks only
         $5.00 minimum charge
  • Hatchery Ducks  March - July.
  • Hatchery Geese  March - July.
  • Hatchery Turkeys March - mid July.
  • Hatchery Pheasants May - July.
  • Hatchery   March - July.
  • Hatchery Broiler  Year Round 
  • Hatchery Isabrown Feb - Oct.
  • All Other Hatchery  Chicks  Feb - July.

 While it's important to care for and love   your  newly adopted chick or duckling, you must also protect yourself. Salmonella, a common cause of food borne illness, can also be spread by direct contact with animals that carry the bacteria.

       Some safe handling tips:

  • Avoid contact with poultry manure. Adults should clean cages frequently.

  • Carefully and thoroughly wash hands with soap and water after handling anything in the chick's or duckling's environment.

  • Do not nuzzle or kiss you chick or duckling.

  • Keep poultry outside, and especially out of areas where food is prepared

  • Supervise children when handling poultry, and ensure they wash their hands after contact. Children under 5 years old and people with weakened immune systems should not handle poultry.

Michigan Department of Agriculture (517) 373-1077

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