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- Steve,

Just hatched six ???? lavender in colour and they stunning

Love those and looking forward to have them soon. - Kai,

I breed chickens as a young boy for a lot of years with quit some success (Orbingtons mostly) now, after coming of age and having kids, the family decided to add a flock of chickens to our large garden. I was undecided until we came across the Omlet Eglu!! Compared to he classic hen houses I used this one is a work of genius! (Must be said! This cuts down the afford in keeping chicks to 10% ) Once we decided on the Hen House we quickly came across the beautiful Vorwerks wich we soon will have a 6.1 Flock in our Garden. To Glen and others wondering how to keep the Chicks on the ground and within the fence, there is a age old technique that is called "Cutting the Swing Feathers" if done right it will not harm the chickens nor make them look ugly but it rips them of the ability to fly more then a short jump. Just look it up on the internet there are plenty of Vid´s and Blogs that have instructions. Best Regards from Germany, Kai

Vorwerks - Sheila,

I have three Vorwerk hens, now about a year old. They are characters. Hardy, busy and very thick feathers. They love to dust bathe in our raised beds and have about a quarter of an acre of garden to roam around which they love to do. They are very active birds and alert. Friendly and will walk up to me but not let me get very near. A job to catch. Up to now only two escapes over and through a fence. Thought maybe I would need to clip their wings but I have not done so and so far everything okay. They do scratch up lots of areas under shrubs in the garden but also make great weeders. They lay well, nearly three eggs every 24+ hours. They are fed organic pellets and corn in the afternoons. Love them.

Vorwerk Bantams - Crazy,

I have one cockerel and nine hens - all around 18 months. Find this breed to be fantastic. First saw Vorwerks at a country show around two years ago and fell in love. A friend gave me some hatching eggs and I ended up with one Vorwerk chick - a cockerel! I then had three hens and brought in more unrelated birds. Love Vorwerks for their personalities, unaggressive males, lovely eggs and the fact they are beautiful.

VORWERK CHICKS - Eric, Oregon,


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