0438 537 758
475 Fallon Rd
Please bring a box, or cat carrier, to take your chicken/s home
Monday to Friday
- except by appointment
Herald Sun - 14th June 2013
"We spoke yesterday (several times), firstly I want to thank you for being so understanding and assisting me with my enquiry and 1,000s of questions. You were very patient and extremely informative - that is the reason we have decided to purchase our chickens from yourself. The kids want to come down to your farm and have a look at what you have and choose which breed would be best. Again, I cannot emphasis enough on how personalised your customer service was, after talking to several poultry breeders over the last week - You certainly are a stand out - Far above the rest."
"We bought a Gold Laced Wyandotte from Craig last weekend to add to our mixed flock. It was a challenging day but Craig was so helpful over the phone throughout. I am happy to report that 'Lacey' is now out and about with the other girls and settling in nicely. Thanks for your help Craig. You went above and beyond to make sure your chicken was being introduced correctly."
"Visited Craigs farm just over two weeks ago. Brought home 1 columbian wyandotte, 1 gold laced wyandotte, 1 silver pencilled wyandotte and 1 partridge wyandotte, all bantams about 4 to 6 days old. Couldn't be happier with their progress, they're all thriving! Craig is not only passionate about his animals but also extremely helpful and so willing to share his knowledge. Is there anything Craig doesn't know about these wonderful creatures? Wouldn't go anywhere else and would definitely recommend him to friends and family. Keep up the good work Craig, see you when you've got some silver laced wyandottes. Regards, Diane & David Jackson"
Talking Birds - July 2013
Chickens in the Media
Reviews, films chickens have appeared in, articles
Our Coronation Sussex girl is an extra in this promotional video for Bill Shorten. See her at 33 seconds.
Some of our chicks visited Fifi and Dave at FOX FM to promote Care Australia (gifting of chickens to people in developing countries)