Chicken and Poultry Breeders in Bristol...

Annie Hall's Poultry

Chicken Breeds: Hybrid Chickens

Other Poultry: Bantams

The Old Rectory,
Wapley Hill, Wapley,
Westerleigh, Bristol
BS37 8RJ

Phone Numbers: 01454 323258 / 07979 546 550

email address:


Description_of_Business: We are a one stop chicken shop,selling every thing for chickens including some very nice looking healthy birds.we have a good range of breeds all year around.


Dans Perfect Poultrys Bristol

Chicken Breeds: Pekin Bantams

Other Poultry: Hybrids, Gold Partridge Bantams, Orpington Bantams

The Pony Paddock
Glenfern Yard
Carsons Road Mangotsfield
Bristol BS16 9LP

Phone Numbers: 01454 325832 / 07434 422 400

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Description_of_Business: We are suppliers of day olds to pol hens, ducks, ducklings quails guinea fowl geese turkeys a one stop shop in Bristol for all your poultry needs.


Bristol Poultry

Hybrid Chicken Breeds: Light Sussex, Silver Sussex, Buff Sussex, Blue Maran-Blue Bell, Cuckoo Maran-Speckled Maran, Rhode Rock, Columbian Black Tail, Gold Speckled

Pure BreedPoultry: Barnevelder, Mixed Araucana, Buff Plymouth Rock, Cream Leg Bar,
Dominique, Exchequer Leghorn, Partridge-Brown Leghorn, White Leghorn, Frisian, Gold Wyandotte, Silver Wyandotte, Spangled Orloff, Vorwerk Welsummer

Bristol Poultry
Luggards Cross Farm,
Stone Edge Batch,
Avon, BS21 6SE

Phone Numbers: +44 1275 852 452



Pipinchick Poultry

Hybrid Chicken Breeds: Silkie,Poland,Pekin,Houdan,Aracuna,Sebright

Pure BreedPoultry: Chabo

East Harptree
BS40 6AL



We are a commercial suppler of rare breed
chicken business to business and direct to the public


Westerleigh Poultry

Chicken Breeds: Hybrids , Buff Orpington's , Appenzeller , Tolbunt Polish , Marsh Daisy , Legbars , Welsummer , Buff Splash Wyandotte, Marans

Other Poultry; Chinese Geese , Rheas

Westerleigh Hill Road ,
Westerleigh Road
BS37 8QZ

Phone Numbers: 07528 667 667


I am a small hobby breeder based in Bristol,
I started off with a few hybrids for eggs in my back garden. From there my love for chickens grew, I then started to look at all breeds around the world. And had a great passion and interest in breeds that were unusual and rare.

I have always enjoyed keeping rare and different variety of breeds and my collection has grown, over the years.

I have tried to keep my stock at a manageable level , so I can provide my time on these rare quality breeds.

Currently I have both Bantam and Large fowl chickens, bantams, Geese, ducks, Rheas,

Please phone to enquire about availability of birds/ birds for sale, or for free advice or help at any time.

Many thanks



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