Years Of Experience
At Cluck & chuck Poultry Farm , we provide the highest quality poultry and auxiliary products to our customers, and have been a trusted, knowledgeable industry resource for over 100 years. Whether you are an experienced or novice enthusiast, we are sure you will enjoy our wide selection of breeds and supplies to assist you with raising your flock.
At Cluck & Chuck Poultry, we have hand-packed each order of baby chicks with care for over 100 years. Our team selects every chick in each order by hand, and does everything possible — from the highest quality chicks, to custom-made, reinforced boxes, and our 48-hour live delivery guarantee — to ensure each box of chicks we ship arrives at their new home safely
Game birds are birds that are hunted in the wild, as well as kept in captivity where they are raised, often with some difficulty
Mature birds capable of breeding
When ordering baby chicks or other poultry, don’t forget important items like a Starter Kit, brooder, feeders, waterers, feed and other poultry care items and equipment. Cluck & Chuck’s One Stop Coop Shop™ has everything you need to care for your flock.
Years Of Experience
Cluck & Chuck Farms is located at the SAN TIMOTEO CANYON RD, of Riverside county, California and we’re insanely committed to one thing: Being responsible stewards of the world’s rarest and most beautiful chickens.
Cluck & Chuck Farms is a farm, and we are not a commercial hatchery. A hatchery is just that; a business that hatches chicks. The production of eggs is usually relegated to contract chicken breeders, and the hatchery has little or no daily interaction with adult chickens or control over the breeding decisions that are critical to maintaining and improving the quality of flocks. If you flip through a hatchery catalog you’ll notice a very curious thing: You rarely see pictures of the chickens that produced the hatchery’s chicks. Why? Because most hatcheries don’t keep breeding flocks of chickens, and the quality of the breeding stock that produces eggs for the hatchery may not be particularly good.