VA - Black and Blue Copper Marans

by Sims Farm
(Newtown, VA USA)


Sims Farm is a small family farm located approximately 45 miles northeast of Richmond, VA. We have been breeding French Black and Blue Copper Marans from the Davis/Jeane lines for 5 years, introducing new lines from other breeders every year. We participate in the National Poultry Improvement Program (NPIP) and our flocks are Pullorum-Typhoid and Avian Influenza clean. We also breed Black and Blue Ameraucana's.

Contact us at:
Sims Farm LLC
804-840-3583

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Mar 09, 2018
Hatching eggs NEW
by: Terry Cronk

I am interested in hatching some Black Marans.
Probably a dozen if possible.

If you have them, let me know how much plus shipping.

Thank you

Sep 27, 2016
MARANS NEW
by: FARON SCARBERRY

WE ARE MOVING TO RICHMOND AREA NEXT MONTH AND HOPING TO FIND PLACE IN COUNTRY TO GET BACK IN TO CHICKENS WHEN I LIVED IN PA I HAD MARANS AS ONE MY BREEDS AND HAITED TO GET OUT OF THEM I HAD SOME AWESOME STOCK AND HAD TO SALE OUT I WILL KEEP YOU INFO

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