A very common Egyptian fowl (chicken) raised along the Nile River for centuries. Egyptian Fayoumis chicken’s lay tinted white eggs. They mature very fast with males trying to crow at an unbelievable 5 to 6 weeks. Feathering is silver and white on black background. They have a single comb, bright red wattles, white spot in their ear lobes and slate blue skin. They are very hardy foragers, do well free-range and they are better at flying than most chickens. The Egyptian Fayoumis chicken is noted for being a predator resistant chicken to run on your farm or acreage. They also do well within a large pen or barn and like to roost as high as they can.
I thought these guys looked pretty interesting and would be great for variety to my flock... I just love their long legs and neat markings! I also needed more white tinted egg layers around here. Well, they arrived safely and are looking quite nice and energetic as of today! :) Thank you very much! (Posted on 3/24/2016)
Many Thanks Review by Mary Kansas May 2010
I am very pleased to report that the 4th order has arrived like the rest. All healthy happy vigorous and ready to go. The orders prior to this one have lived and been healthy for the first 2 weeks. Please keep up the good work. Also Superior Customer Service. Again Very Pleased AAA++service. Thanks to you all!!! (Posted on 11/13/2015)
Cackle Hatchery Review by Michael Georgia February 2014
Just a quick thank you. Once again your company delivered a box full of live healthy and vibrant chickens. All arrived doing fine. We ordered 60 and we're not disappointed with the chicks in the least. Thanks to Cackle sending a few more chicks for warmth than we ordered.
We ordered Egyptian for the first time. They are the most active chicks I have ever seen. The special heavy assorted was a great bargain. The chicks were even marked as requested!!!. You have earned my business once again. I have shared your catalog with friends and relatives and will continue to do so. Thanks again and keep up the excellent service. (Posted on 11/10/2015)