Beautiful Silkie Chickens

For Sale in Texas

About The Dunham Farm Silkie Chickens

The Dunham Farm has high-quality silkie chickens for sale. Their Silkies are known for being cold hardy and heat resistant with a longer life expectancy, due to their rigorous excellence in breeding to the standard of perfection. Through 5 generations the Dunham family has developed multiple show quality species of birds and other animals. Are you interested in other types of animals available at the Dunham Farm? Check out their adorable Dwarf Bunnies or other animals they raise.

About The Dunham Farm Silkie Chickens

The Dunham Farm has high-quality silkie chickens for sale. Their Silkies are known for being cold hardy and heat resistant with a longer life expectancy, due to their rigorous excellence in breeding to the standard of perfection. Through 5 generations the Dunham family has developed multiple show quality species of birds and other animals. Are you interested in other types of animals available at the Dunham Farm? Check out their adorable Dwarf Bunnies or other animals they raise.

Available Colors

White, black, blue, lavender, splash, partridge, buff & paint.

Silkie Availability

We do not guarantee the sex on Silkie chicks or young. You can find people who tell you what you want to hear… but Silkies are very hard to sex until they are mature. Please call us for details on current availability.

Silkie Pricing

Silkie chicks start at $20 and go up from there, depending on quality first, then age, color, quantity, etc.

Available Colors 

White, black, blue, lavender, splash, partridge, buff & paint.

Silkie Availability

We do not guarantee the sex on Silkie chicks or young. You can find people who tell you what you want to hear… but Silkies are very hard to sex until they are mature. Please call us for details on current availability.

Silkie Pricing

Silkie chicks start at $20 and go up from there, depending on quality first, then age, color, quantity, etc.

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