Our CONTACT information:
David's Clock Shop
David's Cell or Chicken # 501-231-3039
West Little Rock AR 9 miles west at
2106 E. Lawson Road
1st. house on right past County Line

Nine Mile Creek poultry is David or Ann
we have no hired help just us.

Email if fun! = NMCpoultry@gmail.com Make up you own order and we will send you a Papal Invoice. You can also pay with a Credit Card on the Invoice or do nothing. Or you can email me back changing your order as many times as you like then pay the last Invoice only. Just delete the others. We will give you a shipping date once you have paid.

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Nine Mile Creek Poultry in west Little Rock, AR 72210 on Lawson Road.
Golden Buff Orpington is back the very large one!
Buff Orpington Hen
Males most calm chicken God ever made!
Buff Orpington Chicks
Not able to sex these till 6 to 8 weeks.
Cream to light brown Eggs

Their story began in 1886 by William Cook, created by crossing Minocras, Langshans and Plymouth Rocks. He was searching for a bird that could hide the dirt and soot of the City London. English Orpingtons are large birds weighing 7-10lbs and lay up to 200 large light brown eggs per year. For sure the perfect homestead or family farm bird. Extreamly gental and good pets.

Juvenile Golden Buff Orpingtons can be sexed at 4 to 6 weeks old. These are 8 weeks old with no doubt the 3 in the middle are roosters.

You may mix and match any numer of chicks and I will send you a PayPal invoice by email including your hatch date. No PayPal account necessary use your CC.
Golden Buff Orpingtons "Mostly we sell Juveniles (or pollets)starting at 6 weeks or 8 weeks or 12 weeks.  $16, $20, $30. respectively." All our sales follow this guide. Egg pellets went up 25% this February. You are welcome to email me your wish list and I will give you a prospective date. I need to know the breed, how many and how old?