We have the following Chickens on our farm:


Red star chickens are naturally designed to lay eggs all the year round and hence is the most important chicken in the industry of poultry. The hens are very reliable when comes to laying eggs. Winbee Farms keep male and female chicks both, our Red stars love to roam freely around the farms and are friendly and curious at the same time. This bread was created in 1950s to meet the ever growing demand of the eggs, where people wanted more eggs and lesser food. Our red stars lay a good number of eggs and require lesser food intake.


Black star hens are backyard chickens and breed very quickly as
well. Once the Black Stars are 20 weeks and the favorable conditions at winbee farms give them a comfort zone they start producing eggs. Black stars are also known as egg machines. On WinBee farms these are the rock star chickens for they can produce 300 large brown eggs annually per hen. We at Winbee farms provide our black stars with lush grassy areas for them to forage and stretch their legs, along with a covered area where they sleep and lay eggs.


Rhode island hens are official Rhode island state birds. Initially these were common farm birds specifically used for production of eggs and their meant by small farmers. Although they have declined with the smaller farmers but WinBee farms still hold these birds in high esteem. These hens are exceptional layers of eggs, their meat is another factor of attaraction, Rhode Island hens can survive in hard conditions specifically climates.


Marans lays chocolate colored eggs. Cuckoo Marans weigh 7-8 lbs and are a good source of meat as well. These are also good at laying eggs and produce around 3 large eggs a week. They hardy in winters and are low maintenance hens.


Our Delaware’s are more famous for their meat rather than eggs. At WinBee Farms, our Delaware produce 4 large brown colored eggs a week. They very calm and lovely hens with black feathers of the tip of the tails and around the necks. Delawares perform better during winter seasons, however, it becomes a necessity to rub petroleum jelly on their combs to prevent them from frostbites.


Barred rocks are the friendliest on our farms. Although this breed is most popular today but there is little evidence that can reveal its origins. They are productive and great layers. They are eggs are large and brown color. Experts at WinBee farms are of the view that Barred Rocks are quite strong and can withstand the cold weather. Although, they can tolerate confinement, but at we give leverage to our Barred Rocks to roam freely around the farm, because that is what makes them happier than a confined place. They are dual purpose chicken, their meat is as tastier as their eggs.


These were developed in Australia. Australorps are very consistent in laying eggs without regardless of weather conditions. At an average hens weigh around 7 pounds and roosters weigh about 8-9 pounds. These were bred for their dual purpose that is for their meat and their eggs as well. Australorps have pretty feathers that give off a greenish shine when in day light. They lay around two hundered and fifty brown colored eggs annually. Australorps are known for their calm, sweet, dignified and docile temperament. They are known for the excellent and sweet meat. They can tolerate confinement and are shy too.

They make great brooders and persistently take care of their eggs and sit on them until the eggs are hatched. Despite being an all-round chicken they are a rare bird and more loved for their meat. Australorps can survive in harsh weather conditions and brood well in winters.


Turkens are a rare breed with a bare neck like a turkey. Although, turkens have less feathers yet they are able to survive in winters. They are good egg layers and weigh up to 6.5 lbs. Turkens are farm are pretty friendly, calm, healthy and easy to tame. Most importantly these are immune to most diseases and are good foragers as well.


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These were produced through Rhode Island Red and very rare. They come under selective breeding birds. The major difference between Rhode Island Reds and New Hampshire Reds is they produce more meat, however they can serve a dual purpose. Hampshire Reds reach maturity faster than the Rhode Island Reds. But these are not very good egg production purpose. These can grow in confinements as well as open pastures.