Our new video series covers the following topics:
- Getting Started with Backyard Chickens
- Feeding and Watering Tips for Backyard Chickens
- Equipment Needed to Raise Backyard Chickens
- Backyard Chicken Health
Interested in learning how to raise chickens?
This class covers everything you need to know about raising chickens, biosecurity, predators, diet, coops, breeds, equipment, egg production, winter and cold weather, costs and much more!
Local, experienced, and knowledgeable poultry expert from our partner at Fulenwider Farms teaches this class.
Classes held at Wardle Feed and Pet Supply, located at 7610 W 42nd Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033.
$20 per person, children under 16 are free with paying adult.
2020 Registration: CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP
Call 303-424-6455 if you have questions or you want to make sure of what is still available.
We just got in 50 laying hens that are right at about a year old. They are coming out of molt so they are fully feathered out and about ready to start laying. These are some beautiful birds and they will sell out quickly.
If you are planing buying chickens for holiday gifts or to replenish your flock, here are some examples of this special buy:
|Breed||Color of eggs|
|Easter Eggers||Blue or green|
|Ameraucanas||Blue or green|
|Black and Buff Leghorns||White|
|Blue Ameraucanas||Blue or green|
We also have regularly stock live pullets for sale!
These chickens are at least 12 weeks old or older and are fully feathered out. They are ready to be outside in a coop. They will be laying fresh eggs very soon and should lay many eggs for you over the next two years or more.
They sell fast so call ahead if you are wondering about breeds in stock (they change all the time). These are great birds to start out with because they are past the critical baby chick age (you have a higher chance of loss with very young birds). But, they are young enough that it is still possible they may like to be held.
Keep your animals safe from predators and the elements with one of our animal housing units.
We carry a variety of housing products:
- Coops and welded wire pens for poultry.
- Crates and welded wire pens for dogs.
- Hutches for rabbits.
- Pens for goats.