The professionals at Cackle Hatchery® have been offering more than a hundred different types of poultry breeds for decades and we are proud to introduce the Splash Cochin Standard. This bird is feather legged and has fluffy grey feathers with spots of black. It is overall an extremely docile chicken. Although these chickens can become very large, they typically lay small eggs. You can expect the Splash Cochin Standard to behave well around children. All of our Cochins make great hens for raising chicks. For additional details about this breed please contact Cackle Hatchery® today!
I got several splash cochins last year from cackle. They are very beautiful birds and I dearly loved them but had to give them to my friend due to illness. They are a must have bird if you intend to go a decent size flock, you won't be disappointed. (Posted on 11/12/2018)
Remarks on splash Cochins Review by Max
Order a lot of chicks from Cackle they all have been wonderful.last year order 75 of three different type of Cochins..they all were good quality birds.ive worked for 2 large poultry company as a breeder so.these splash Cochins are wonderful birds and they are great pet easy to house in any climate. (Posted on 12/19/2015)
Chicks Review by Wanda, Texas April 2013
Now on the other chicks (Splash Cochins and Sussex) I think you may have crossed them with Michael Jordan. They have the biggest feet I've ever seen on an almost month old chick. My husband said he was so glad chickens didn't wear tennis shoes.:>))) One of the Sussex is named Trouble and that's enough said on her. Such a personality on that girl! The Cochins and Sussex are beautiful and the Spitzhauben are GORGEOUS! chicks. I wish I had room to build another chicken house and pen for a 100 of them. Wonderful looking chicks!!! I'm tickled to have them. Thanks so much, (Posted on 11/30/2015)
Thank You! Review by Teresa Virginia July 2014
A special thank you to all your staff that sent the most beautiful baby chicks. Will be ordering more in the future, Thanks again! (Posted on 11/9/2015)