where chickens are friends.....NOT food!
228 Toms River Rd. Jackson, NJ 08527
Are you looking for people like you to relax and ride the trails with?
Do you believe in natural horsemanship and want a laid back family run farm for your horses to live on?

 Our farm offers a relaxed atmosphere for horses and their owners who enjoy leisure riding and trail riding. There is access to miles of trails right through our back gate. No need to trailer anywhere!
(but we do love trips to the beach which is a short drive away!)

 We have run in sheds in each paddock complete with individual feed room and tack area. We only take on a few boarders at a time.


Rough board $250. per month (you feed and care for your horse daily)
Pasture Board $350. per month (we feed twice daily)

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609-575-6363
jerseychick@jerseychickens.com
We offer a complete chick starter kit to raise your chicks indoors until they are coop ready. It includes a brooder cage, heat lamp & bulb, feeder, waterer, and a bag starter feed. $100.
CHICK STARTER KITS
When can my chicks go outside?
Baby chicks are kept at 95 degrees for the first week of life and then can handle a 5 degree temperature reduction each week. Only put your chicks outdoors when the daily low is the temperature they can handle at their age.
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When our breeds of chickens are fully grown, they do not normally require additional heat when given proper shelter in the winter
Need a coop?
All of our buildings are constructed on site at Jersey Chickens and can be delivered to your location. We can provide you with chicken coops, run in sheds, play houses, garden sheds, theme and twisted buildings, and more. Please find us on Facebook to see our completed projects and custom jobs, or view our catalogs.
Vaccinations:
All chicks will be vaccinated for Mareks Disease.

We have put much thought into this decision. For many years we did not want to vaccinate, due to keeping the chicks as natural as possible. Due to the extreme popularity of back yard chickens, more and more people are asking about vaccinations. Mareks Disease is starting to become more common, with flocks of backyard chickens popping up in nearly every neighborhood. This disease can spread through the wind or on clothing and shoes of your neighbors who have chickens. It is not harmful to humans, but quite deadly to most chickens. 80% of any flock will likely not survive if they are exposed to Mareks. The vaccination is given on hatch day to the chicks. Medicated feed is still recommended for the first few months to control coccidosis, which is a completely different issue than Mareks.
Jersey Black
Jersey Gold
Jersey Red
Jersey White
Cream Legbar
Rhodebar
Bielefelder
55 Flowery
Barred Rock
Buff Orpington
Black Australorp
Light Brahma
Rhode Island Red
Salmon Faverolle
 Laced Wyandotte
Speckled Sussex
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