Coloured Hybrid Range of Chickens

Our range of 10 coloured hybrids are able to purchase from March1st through to Christmas as we have regular batches available at 17-21weeks old.  All are reared to an excellent standard and are fully vaccinated.

They include dark brown, light brown, cream, white and blue egg layers.


The Poplar Copper Black

This hybrid is based upon the French copper Black Maran. They are a very docile medium sized bird which can produce up to 290* lovely dark brown eggs in their first season.

The Poplar Amber

The Amber hybrid is a medium sized attractive and docile bird and suitable if you are keeping chickens for the first time. They are very prolific birds which can produce up to 320* brown eggs in their first season.

The Poplar Blue

This very popular hybrid is a very attractive bird with slate grey and blue colouring splashed with both copper and white on the neck. They can make large birds and can produce up to 290* light brown eggs in their first season.

The Poplar Sussex

This hybrid is based on the traditional Light Sussex which is a well recognised bird within keeping chickens. They can make a large, docile and attractive bird with striking markings and can produce up to 290* light brown eggs in their first season.

The Poplar Black Rhode

This very popular hybrid based on the barred rock and rhode Island Red has distinctive iridescent feathering flecked with light copper.  They are a medium sized bird which can produce up to 300* brown eggs in their first season.

The Poplar Speckled

This hybrid based on the barred Rock has distinct barred feathering, is a medium sized docile bird which mixes well. They can produce up to 290* brown eggs in their first season.

The Poplar Black Sussex

This hybrid is the reverse of the sussex hybrid with lovely iridescent feathering and a silvery white neck.  They are a very docile, medium sized bird which can produce up to 290* brown eggs in their first season.

The Poplar Red Sussex

This hybrid is based upon the traditional Rhode Island Red, Light Sussex Cross.  They are an attractive deep red coloured bird with black around their neck, wings and tail. They can produce up to 300* brown eggs in their first season.

The Cheshire Blue

This hybrid is bred using the Arucana. They are white with black flecks, is a small bird which produces blue eggs.

note: These birds are priced differently from other coloured hybrids

The Poplar White Leghorn

This hybrid based on the White Leghorn is a fantastic small to medium bird, although can be a little flighty when young they can produce up to 320* pure white large sized eggs in their first season.

* All egg numbers are a guide for information purposes.