A family friednly alternative to the Rhode Island Red. Fast growers and medium sized bodies. Cherry Eggeres get their name from the deep red plumage much like a heritage Rhode Island Red. Cherry Eggers were frist developed in the 1950's from a line of RIRs who were in an laying contest during the 1930's and won significantly!
Cherry Eggers lay around 300 big, brown eggs a year.
Hens weigh 7.5 pounds; Cocks average at 9.5 pounds.