HERITAGE BREED  
CHICKENS
Reds are our most consistent brown
egg layers, and because of their size
are well suited to the dinner table.  Their
offspring's are the healthiest and
heartiest of chicks in our flocks.  They
are very fast growing and reach
maturity as early as 18 weeks.  The
hotter it gets in the summer, the better
they lay their big brown eggs.
A classic "barnyard bird" and prolific
brown egg layer.  Barred Rocks are
known as a dual purpose chicken for
their size and quality as a meat bird.  
This breed is well suited year round to
Texas climates.
RHODE ISLAND REDS
BARRED ROCK
(a.k.a. PLYMOUTH ROCK)
BUFF ORPINGTON
(a.k.a. BUFF)
These very docile golden birds are
known for their "intelligence", some
owners claiming that they come when
called.
This breed was developed in
Orpington, England in the mid 19th
century.
Both winter hard and good layers,
hens can get up to a hefty 10 lbs, and
roosters even more for those who
value meat birds.
Contact Us
Flock tested and certified by Texas Animal Health Commission  Permit No. FR-003072
For further info on our poultry, please call Dan @ 469-387-0625, or
email me at dan@polishfarm.com
Bageniece Farms
PLEASE NOTE:
THE MAP LOCATION INDICATED IS CORRECT - THE
STREET ADDRESS ON OUR MAILBOX IS 13702 and
NOT AS IT APPEARS (697) ON THE YAHOO MAP!
If you have a problem call Dan (469)387-0625