ROBERTS FARM: Mallards, Dominiques, Geese, Seramas, Turkeys, and Peafowl

The most distinctive feature of the Cochin is the excessive plumage that covers leg and foot. The skin beneath the feathers is yellow and the egg color is light brown. Eggs are also medium in size. Standard weight is 11 lb for a cockand 9 lb for a hen. Our color varieties include buff and black. Cochins are well known as good mothers, even as foster mothers for other breeds, and they can lay many eggs, but usually not for extended periods of time. Cochins are also known to be good pet hens for the garden, as they are tame and regarded as one of the most 'friendly' chicken breeds. Cochins are rather quiet chickens, and tend to be quite calm as well.


After hatching a few batches on the halves, we decided to add Cochins to the farm in the Spring of 2016. They are available in black, buff, white, black frizzle, and white frizzle.


Hatching eggs are available from late May until the end of August. Local pick-up only - we do not ship. Fertility and hatch rates are not guaranteed.

          Risk of Human Salmonella Infection: CDC

Calvin & Cindy Roberts

488 County Road 335
San Augustine, Texas 75972
(936) 652-1940

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