The Brahma Free Range Chickens originates from Asia and is a large and versatile bird. They are easily broody, are placid and tolerate the cold very well. Brahmas are calm, friendly birds that make good pets or exhibition fowl. Males are calm and generally not aggressive towards humans. They are not skittish or easily scared, which makes them a popular choice for families with children. Due to their docile demeanour, Brahmas can be easily trained so that they can be handled by almost anyone. They should be hand trained when young because their large size makes them difficult to control in the early stages of training if they are full grown. Brahma Free Range Chickens
Point of Lay-hens Dual purpose, free ranging chicken with laying capabilities as well as a large structure for meat production. Should have a normal physical structure and shape and free from any diseases or defects. A caramel/brown shade of feathers, with white feathers in a pattern around their necks, and white feathers at the tips of their tail feathers appearance. Feathers: Clean, bright, not puffed up. Legs: Normal and free from all diseases and defects
Age: 75-105 days. Please note that: all the point of lay-hens must have been vaccinated or treated (vaccinations to be specified and vaccination plan program be provided previous and future).
Black, white, buff, dark and light. Feathered legs and feet.
|Cock||4.6 – 5.5 Kg|
|Hen||3.2 – 4.1 Kg|
Bantam Variety Brahma