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Mount Bank Farm

Ellerbeck, Northallerton

North Yorkshire

DL6 2TE

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Opening Hours

Weekdays By Appointment

Pure Bred Chickens

Large Fowl Pure Breds

Crested Cream Legbar

A British heritage rare breed standardised in the 1950's. They lay blue eggs in good numbers. A light bodied breed that can be sexed from day old.

Availability - SOLD OUT FOR 2019. Chicks available next spring.

Rhode Island Reds

An American breed dating back to the 19th century. This is a rock solid breed. Dependable, hardy, great foragers, and probably our best layers. They lay buckets of a large brown eggs. 

Availability - SOLD OUT FOR 2019. Chicks will be available again next spring.

Vorwerk

A German breed dating back to the 1900's. A gold body with black neck and tail. A light breed which lays plenty of medium white eggs. 

Availability - SOLD OUT FOR 2019. Chicks will be available again next spring.

Ayam Cemani

Totally black inside and out,  with a green iridescence in the right light. A light breed which lays medium white eggs.  I had read they were poor layers, but not found this myself!

Availability - SOLD OUT FOR 2019. Chicks available Spring 2020.

Buff Orpington

Big and friendly , think Golden Retriever in chicken form. A big heavy breed but very relaxed. Another British rare heritage breed dating back to the late 1800's. Not fantastic layers, but lay a medium white egg.

Availability - SOLD OUT FOR 2019. Chicks available Spring 2020.

Bantam Pure Breds

Pekin

Small, colourful, cheeky and friendly! A true bantam originating from Asia, which came to Europe in the nineteenth century. Lots of colour options! Make great broody hens. For a bantam they lay great, laying small/medium white eggs. 

Availability - SOLD OUT FOR 2019. Chicks available Spring 2020.

Cuckoo Marans

A French breed from the town of Marans.  Lay medium dark brown eggs, and for a bantam strain lay surprisingly well! With the cuckoo colour, the males are more barred/lighter then the females, making them fairly easily sexed at a young age.

Availability - SOLD OUT FOR 2019. Chicks available Spring 2020.