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Hoover's Hatchery ISA Brown Chickens, 10 Count Baby Chicks

SKU: 124164199
Hoover's Hatchery ISA Brown Chickens, 10 Count Baby Chicks
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Notice to California residents:

  • We are unable to ship live poultry orders to California Zip Codes 90000-93599. All live poultry orders shipping to these Zip Codes will be cancelled

Important:

  • Most Live Poultry (Chickens, Ducks and Turkeys) are available for online purchase in quantities of 10.
    • (Example: Quantity of 1 = 10 Birds / Quantity of 2 = 20 Birds, etc.)
    • Exceptions: Pullets and select Cornish Broilers
  • Poultry orders will ship Monday through Wednesday of each week.
  • The order will be delivered to your local Post Office for pick up. Your local Post Office will call you upon delivery at the phone number provided when placing your order.
  • The cost for shipping is included in the price of the birds.
  • It is your responsibility to pick them up at the post office within 24 hours.

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ISA Browns are one of the top sellers in the industry because of the number of eggs they lay and their calm demeanor. Their eggs have excellent shell quality and texture. This especially sweet, docile, gentle bird, is extremely easy to work with and are great birds for new chicken owners or young families. ISA Browns produce almost an egg every day and do well either in confinement or free ranged. Hens begin to lay around 4-5 months of age with adequate daylight hours. When they are hatched, the pullets are red and the cockerels are white for this color sex-able sex-link.

  • Bird Purpose: Prolific Laying Breed
  • Egg Production Rate: Females ONLY; Approximately 320 Eggs/Year
  • Egg Color: Brown
  • Egg Size: Large
  • Bird Characteristics: Especially docile, gentle, great breed for a first time chicken owner or families, bears confinement well
  • Mature Weight: Male 6 lb. Female 5 lb.
  • Package Quantity: 10 baby chicks
Guarantee of 90% accuracy on all sexed poultry. Guaranteed Live & 48 hours after Delivery.

Specification Description
Brand: Hoover's Hatchery
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Egg Production Rate: 320 Large Brown Eggs/Year
Part Number: GS
Bird Purpose: Eggs
Breed: ISA Brown
Package Quantity: 10 baby chicks
Species: Chicken
Manufacturer Part Number GSP
Hoover's Hatchery ISA Brown Chickens, 10 Count Baby Chicks is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 432.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Baby Chicks All ten chicks arrived in good health within the guaranteed delivery window. I am very pleased with TSC, and their vendor, Hoover's Hatchery, regarding this live animal order.
Date published: 2019-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Baby chicks. Chicks were delivered fast and are doing awesome. Very pleased with this purchase.
Date published: 2019-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Healthy Chicks Chicks were healthy when they arrived. They are growing super fast.
Date published: 2019-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful Chickens Placing the order for the chicks was super easy, fast delivery too! Will definitely order through TS again!
Date published: 2019-07-12
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At what point in time can you expect them to start laying eggs?

Asked by: BajaTim
Excellent questions. Backyard chickens will start laying between 21-24 week depending on the breed type. Heavier layers like Wyandottes and Orpingtons will lay on the longer side of this while lighter breeds like Australorp, Leghorns and Rhode Island Reds on the shorter side
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-08-15

Is this a cold hardy bird? What temperature do they need a heat lamp at?

Asked by: Anonymous135
These birds handle cold well. All baby birds should be kept under a heat lamp of at least 90-95 degrees for approximately 2 weeks. After than you may gradually reduce the heat by 5-10 degrees to 70 degrees as they feather up to 7 weeks
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-11-08

are all these female?

Asked by: kaci
Kaci, thanks for the question. You have the choice on the drop box for female, male or unsexed. Most will choose the females.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-02-04

Are they vaccinated for Mareks?

Asked by: happy2020
The chicks are not vaccinated for Mareks unless the customer chooses
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-05-25

Once revived will the chicks start eating on their own?

Asked by: Duke of earl 61
Not sure the reference to being revived but when chicks are delivered they will start to eat on their own. Chicks are shipped the day they are hatched as baby chicks
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-03-30

We have 1 featherless hen. The feathers weren’t right from the start, separated and weak, more came in also weak. Now she’s got a bald neck, chest, she’s a lead balloon. The other ones are fine. She’s laying through the winter sporadically. Any ideas?

Asked by: 13CQ
It is hard to say without seeing pictures but it may be a deficiency in the genetics. If you have questions you may call 641-323-6100 and we can help more
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-04-04

i have received my chicks thta had 12 in the box i set the box up and it had food water and a heat lamp... they looked fine but this morning i woke up to 4 passed away chicks and was wondering if yall could replace them

Asked by: clayton7777
Please call 800-247-7014 and we can help you with this
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-02-14

Are they known to be broody?

Asked by: Chicken lit
ISA Browns are not broody at all. They are the standard bearer in the industry as far as layability and productivity as far a feed goes.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-07-23

Are they cold hardy?

Asked by: Chickinpepole
Yes, ISA are a breed that can manage cold and heat. An outstanding layer and one of the best breeds for backyard poultry
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-03-13

Once I order chicks, how long is it until they arrive?

Asked by: Adam2202
When you order the chicks are shipped the following Tuesday. For example, order Monday they ship Tuesday. Order Tuesday or after they ship the following Tuesday. Chicks never take more than 48 hours to arrive depending on the region of the country to live.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-03-16

Just got my order of 10 ISA brown chicks Thursday and three of them have died I have a heat lamp with a thermostat set to 95 and it’s and it’s reading 97 clean water and starter food any ideas Thanks Don

Asked by: Wrighd79
Don, thanks for this feedback. There may have been some chilling during shipping that caused this. Please call 641-323-6100 as a guarantee applies and you can be refunded for those
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-02-27

How does this bird do in hot texas summers?

Asked by: hmash
ISA are a popular breed for both cold and hot weather and are generally outstanding layers for both conditions
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-02-17

Are chickens babies when delivered?

Asked by: Blmlsm
Chicks are shipped the day they are hatched and will be no more than 48 hours upon arrival
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-04-25

When buying the chicks in store, how old are they?

Asked by: lIl2334
Chicks are shipped to stores at day old and arrive no later than 48 hours so the birds in store will be around 2-6 days old depending on sales and when you arrive.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-04-22

1/2 were dead within 24 hours of arrival. they were so weak they never recovered. do I have any recourse for this? why is there no where on the entire website for me to ask that question?

Asked by: devon565
please call 641-323-6100 and we can re ship or refund. You will also be able to manage this by visiting TSC Customer Service line. Thank you for reporting this
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-03-22

How old will the chicks be when delivered?

Asked by: Spoo82
Chicks are shipped the day they are hatched so will never be more than 48 hours old when arriving in your post office
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-05-25

How do you choose to vaccinate the chicks?

Asked by: CeciliaM
The two possible vaccines for chicks are mareks and cocci. Mareks is not generally necessary unless there is a threat or past history of mareks disease on your farm or in your backyard. Cocci is a digestive condition that can be vaccinated for at day old in the hatchery or by feeding your chicks medicated feed. It is not suggested to vaccinate and then feed the medicated feed as they will cancel each other out. If you have dry conditions and have a well kept coop, the likelihood of cocci is far less. We hope this helps make a decision
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-08-11

When will these chickens start laying eggs.

Asked by: Billy1119
Generally most layers will start around 18-20 weeks and then produce heavier soon after. The ISA Brown is know to start producing at 16 weeks overall
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-03-13

Are the chicks vaccinated at all?

Asked by: Kdawg34
Chicks ordered online are not vaccinated for mareks or cocci. If you wish to protect against cocci a medicated feed may be used
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-06-14

How long from time of delivery to when you can place your chicks into the coop? And how long before they lay eggs? And do you have to use a dummy egg to encourage laying?

Asked by: The chicken lady
Chicks may generally be placed in a coop when they are fully feathered (between 6-8 weeks depending on breed) and if the weather is consistently between 70-75 degrees. Most breeds will start laying eggs around 18 weeks with full production at 20-21 weeks. There is not a dummy egg to encourage egg laying available online but check the stores
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-11-08

If I ordered the chicks would they all be females?

Asked by: Retha22
Yes, if you ordered all females then you will receive all females. Sexing ratios are 90% accurate so if there happens to be an error please call.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-04-22
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