Bond Brown Layer

Breed:   Rhode Island Red Cockeral over Rhode Island White Hen

A variegated brown crossbred layer.
Excellent liveability during both rearing and lay.
Good docile temperament and easily managed.
Good feed conversion resulting in efficient egg production.

Eggs:   Large uniformly brown shelled eggs.

Eggs per hen at 12 months of lay  :   295 – 305

Bond Black Layer

Breed:   Rhode Island Red Cockeral over Australorpe Hen

This easy care bird  performs well under variable conditions.

Eggs:  Light brown shelled eggs.

Eggs per hen at 12 months of lay  :   280 – 300

Bond White Layer

Breed:   Leghorn Cockeral over Rhode Island White Hen

A pure white small-framed crossbred.
Excellent liveability.
High feed efficiency egg production.

Eggs:  White to off white in shell colour. 

Eggs per hen at 12 months of lay  :   290 – 300

Our hens are between 16 and 20 weeks of age and start laying at around 24 weeks. Give them a bit of time to get settled, usually 2 to 6 weeks, and they’ll start laying beautiful eggs.

Your first pullet eggs will be surprisingly much smaller than an ordinary sized egg. Don't worry, as your chicken grows so will your eggs.

Our point of lay pullets are specially bred for high egg production. Feeding your hens on a minimum of 17% protein laying mash or pellets will give them a balanced nutritional diet and ensure they lay well. The birds must have access to laying mash/pellets and clean, fresh drinking water at all times.