Thought about adding Mille Fleur d’Uccle chickens to your flock? Not sure if they’re right for you? Read on, and discover this wonderful breed!
What Does “Mille Fleur d’Uccle” Mean?
Where Do Mille Fleur d’Uccle Chickens Come From?
What Do Mille Fleur d’Uccle Look Like?
Are There Any Other Varieties?
- Golden Neck
Are They Good Egg Layers?
Here’s Where To Buy Mille Fleur d’Uccles
- Meyer Hatchery in Polk, OH, offers them throughout the year.
- Murray McMurray Hatchery in Webster City, IA, offer unsexed chicks throughout the year.
- Hoover’s Hatchery in Rudd, IA, offer these chickens in minimum orders of 20 throughout the year.
- Stromberg’s Chicks and Game Birds of Hackensack, MN, offers them throughout the year.
- The Chick Hatchery in Lansing, MI, has availability from February through August.
- From early February through mid-August, Cackle Hatchery offers chicks from their headquarters in Lebanon, MO.
- Day-olds are available at My Pet Chicken based in Monroe, CT.
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