- Black Breasted Red Jungle Fowl Standard Old English
Cackle Hatchery® offers the Black Breasted Red Jungle Fowl Old English game fowl, a unique poultry breed with a straight comb, blue/green leg color and a medium/high station. This is just one of the 18 varieties that we have been developing for decades, and we are happy to tell you that there are several reasons why you would want to have these chickens on your property. Not only are they known for their gameness, but the hens make great brooding mothers. For more details about this variety, or any of the other Standard Old English game fowls we offer, contact us today!
NOTE: The Old English are photographed with comb, ear lobes, and wattles dubbed (cut off). Entering a poultry show with non-dubbed males of the Old English breed is a disqualification. You can check your local or state poultry association/clubs for upcoming shows and check out your state fair poultry show dates. You would compete for ribbons with other breeds that are listed in the class “All other Standard Breeds."
Also may like Standard Old English Surplus.
Black Breasted Red Jungle Fowl Standard Old English Availability
PLEASE NOTE: Availability chart is updated weekly and does not reflect the availability of in-store poultry and does not represent a guarantee of shipping date.
We hatch/ship February - September of each season. See Calendar.
In the checkout process, please indicate in the comment section your desired hatch/ship date with desired month or ASAP.
There is an additional small order fee ($20) charged for orders of only 3-14 poultry. We do not ship less than 3 poultry.
- Poultry Show Class: Other Standard Breed - Game
- Weights - Hen ------- 4 lbs Rooster------5 lbs
Pullet-------3 1/2 lbs Cockerel-----4 lbs
- Purpose - Egg Laying; Exhibition
- Egg Shell Color - Cream or Tinted
- Egg Production - poor - 120 eggs per year
- Egg Size: Small-Medium
- Temperament: Active/Flighty
- Fertility Percentage: 40-55%
- Broody: Setters
- Mating Ratio: 6 Females to 1 Male
- Roost Height: 4+ feet
- Country of Origin - Europe
- APA: No
- ALBC: Yes, Watch Status. Considered a sustainable heritage chicken breed
- BREEDER FARM SOURCE: “Cackle Hatchery® Poultry Breeding Farm” developing our bloodline or strain of Old English Game Standard Chicken since 1974.
One happy customer Review by Tom
Just received my brown breasted red oe jungle fowl chicks today this is the 4th time I have bought from cackle and have been amazed every time iv bought there grays and reds and there are amazing birds and arrive health alert it took 3 days for all my shipments arrive and so far all the birds have taken it well in my shipment of grays I ordered 12 and received 15 I can’t stress enough how appreciate the extras in my last shipment I only received 2 extras witch I’m very thankful for I will always buy from cackle hatchery as a matter of fact I’m placing another order this week. Thank you cackle hatchery (Posted on 4/20/2019)
Arrived in great health! Review by Kylie
My chicks arrived today, all alive and in great health! The packaging is great!!! They had a little warmer and food in the box. I will post updates!!! (Posted on 4/19/2019)
Great buy Review by Roach
I just got my baby chicks today. We are very happy with the baby chicks. We ordered 3 baby chicks and was sent 3 extra. Can't wait to order again. (Posted on 4/5/2019)
Great Review by Dylan
Cant wait to see them. (Posted on 10/28/2018)
Happy with these after 1 year+ Review by Oldhat
I started over with my free range flock and wanted "gamier" birds but not too gamey where you couldn't turn your back on a rooster. Rooster of this group has not even challenged me in the daily ritual of letting him and 10 hens out each morning or putting them up in the eve. Hens are 50/50, some skittish while others don't mind eating right out of my hand (rooster always eats out of my hand). If you live in the middle of 600 acres of woods like I do and like to free range then you can't go wrong here. Oh and if you forget to put them up/coop door shuts accidently then no worries, they'll find a roost 6-10 ft off the ground close to the coop and stay there for the night. Also I have 2 broody hens from the batch sitting on eggs right now. Very happy with this purchase from a free range perspective. (Posted on 5/25/2018)
Cackle Hatchery Review by Larry December 2015
Liked your youtube videos! (Posted on 1/13/2016)