The Red Sex Link hybrid chicken is the result of crossing two heritage chicken breeds, the Cackle Hatchery® pedigree pure Rhode Island Red chicken rooster with a Cackle Hatchery®pedigree pure Delaware chicken hen. The results are a color sexed baby chick and chick offspring of vigor and health. The chicken cockerels are shades of light colors and the chicken pullets are shades of reds. This hybrid chicken is made from 2 of the best heritage chicken breeds with a long history of egg production. A great choice for raising backyard chickens and chicken breed for eggs or chicken fun. The Red Sex Link chicken is well suited for small chicken coops, larger chicken houses, tractor chicken pens and free range chicken farming. See the chick video for chick identification for male and female chicks. Check out our other great choices of chickens for sale online and free shipping for most chickens supplies and chicken theme gift ideas.
I just wanted to say THANK YOU for such awesome chicks! These little girls are so healthy and active! This was our first time ordering from you, and were truly impressed with how energetic these girls were right from arrival! Awesome job guys these girls are the best chicks we've ever gotten! (Posted on 12/18/2015)
Thank You Review by Kimberly, Connecticut June 2012
I had a great experience with Cackle. My recent order of day old chicks went smoothly. I wanted to credit everyone from the person in the call center who took the order to the shipping department who sent them out with tracking number. I couldn't be happier with Cackle's delivery confirmation system. I wanted to thank everyone at Cackle for making this last order everything that I expected it to be. (Posted on 12/8/2015)
Cackle Hatchery Review by Dawn Wisconsin May 2015
I am anxiously awaiting my chicks. I am so excited. It is my first time to have backyard chickens. I researched many hatcheries and found yours online. I was impressed and very much enjoyed your tutorial of the family business and history of the company. I also liked the videos of the different chicks and information given about the different varieties. I found that very helpful when choosing which varieties I wanted and would be best for us. (Posted on 11/10/2015)