Hatching Eggs for Sale
We have a wide variety of bird eggs for sale - for hatching only.
Visit our eBay shop to see what's available today.
The Scots Grey breed dates back to the 16th century and is known for its hardiness and ability to thrive in any climate. It is long-legged and upright standing and comes in one colour and pattern only.
Eggs: Large white eggs, all year round.
They are available in Black or Cuckoo pattern. The Scots Dumpy is a quiet, placid bird and is well suited to cold climates. They have been bred in Scotland for over 100 years but similar breeds can be traced back to AD900.
Eggs: Large brown eggs, all year round.
The Red Silkie is very calm and docile and adapts well to confinement. It was developed in China and had become popular as far back as the 13th century. The Silkie is an exclusive group of breeds which features five toes on each foot.
Eggs: Light-tinted creamy medium eggs.
The White Cochin is the 'aristocrat' of poultry breeds - large, majestic and very content with life. It was introduced to Britain from Asia in the mid-1800s and it caused a sensation as people had never seen such a large yet gentle chicken before. The Cochin is believed to be the breed which started the whole poultry showing hobby.
Yokohama - Red Saddled
The Yokohama is a graceful bird. The males, in particular, with their flowing saddle and tail feathers are particularly striking. In their native Japan, the males' tail feathers can grow to over six metres (20 feet) but in the west, the tails are unlikely to grow to such lengths because the environmental conditions are different.
Eggs: Tinted or White.
Red and Yellow Golden Pheasants
Golden Pheasants are one of the first pheasants people keep and they can become quite tame. They are easy to keep and will reward you with a colourful display of their feathers in the spring and then frequently throughout the year.
Guinea Fowl Eggs
Where to Find Us
Murton Trust is situated on the A932 about 2.5 miles east of Forfar on the road to Arbroath.
JP Coaches now have a bus service that stops in our car park.
The route number is 117 and the details can be found on the Angus Council website. Our bus route is on page 14 of the timetable.
We are open daily except Tuesdays:
|Tearoom and Farm - all year round|
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If you'd like to check the weather before you leave home to visit us, just call us on:
This area of Angus has its own micro climate and we often find that it can be a lovely day here when it's not so good elsewhere.