BuckeyeBuckeyes were first produced in Ohio. Name derived from Ohio’s nickname of “Buckeye State” and first shown in 1902. Recognized by the American Standard of perfection in 1904. A dual purpose breed that has yellow skin and lays brown eggs. They are known to be very cold tolerant and good foragers. They do best in a large area because they are an active breed.


  • Breed: American
  • Average Weight (lbs)
    • Hen: 7
    • Rooster: 9
  • Egg Color: brown
  • Bred for Egg Producing

Sku Pullet: 7272