Cackle Hatchery® has been developing several different types of Standard Old English game fowls for almost 40 years, and we offer them today as baby chicks. The Red Pyle Standard Old English is an exceptional chicken with colorful feathers, a straight comb, and pearl legs. Whether you are looking for a docile hen or a hardy male, we have several options to choose from. We even have a miniature version of the Red Pyle Standard Old English available. Order yours today, and we will ship your baby chicks as soon as possible. For additional details, contact the team at Cackle Hatchery®!
The most beautiful bloodwing I have ever scene on a pile bird! A smock breast like no other on these fowl! Grew fast into their primary feathers. Very excited to see these fowl in competition for sure! A bird of this quality should be at the top of every judges check-sheet! (Posted on 12/9/2019)
Thank You Review by Oscar
I send this message for tell you thank you so much cackle hatchery. I received my games babies chickens. All they came in very healthy and I received some extras. Thank you for your great services from plano texas blessing. (Posted on 8/22/2018)
GREAT QUALITY Review by TATERBUG
I ORDERED SOME RED PYLE AND BLUE STANDARD OEGAME I WAS VERY HAPPY WITH THE QUALITY BOTH COLOR AND GAMENESS AND WILL ORDER MORE THIS MONTH (Posted on 5/17/2016)
Blessing Review by Jimmy Texas December 2015
A few years ago I ordered some Old English Game from Cackle Hatchery. In the order (unbeknown to me) were two Bobwhite Quail. One was doa on arrival, the other was a male that was raised with the chickens. He was a blessing to say the least! While I had them caged together he had to constantly be on the run, but as soon as I could I let them all run free. He still hung out with the chickens but kept his distance. He even roosted in the trees with them. This seems crazy but when I would walk out of my house and he would see me ( sometimes 20 yards away) he would fly up to me. I would always have some grain to give him. It was so neat to see a bird that is shy in the wild to be so social. Unfortunately one day he spooked in the yard and sustained a wound when he flew into a fence. He died the next morning in my hands. I don't know how that little guy made his way in the box of chickens but I'm so glad he did. I hope to get back on a farm some day soon and make an order from Cackle. That order will definitely include some Bobwhite Quail. I use to hunt quail. I couldn't do that now, not after this experience and with everything else that they have to go through to survive. (Posted on 1/7/2016)