Contact & About Us

Here is our basic contact information and an online contact form.

Mo’s Mini Farm is run primarily by Briana (aka Mama Mo) with the help of Papa Mo and son, Little Mo. You can also reach us through our direct email: MosMiniFarm@earthlink.net


Mo’s Mini Farm, located in a semi-rural area of Clay, Alabama, raises several breeds of chickens, ducks, geese, and guinea fowl. Our main goal is to breed quality chickens that will not only be eye-candy in our flock but also produce a beautifully colored egg basket. We currently have breeds producing 5 different colors of eggs: white, brown/pink, dark brown, blue, green, and olive!

Our pure chicken breeds currently include these hens in our mixed laying flock: Cochin, Wyandotte, Speckled Sussex, Spangled Russian Orloff, Salmon Faverolle, Partridge Rock, Barnevelder, Welsummer, Marans, Exchequer Leghorn, and Ameraucana. We also cross-breed first generation (F1) OliveEggers and EasterEggers to add even more variety to your flock and egg basket! We have selected breeds/varieties that we hope will result in unique coloring of our F1 EasterEggers. We also keep a sex-linked breeding flock of Wyandottes (cross lacing colors to create a non-standard but color-sexed chicks). Lastly, we keep breeding flocks of pure Wheaten/Blue Wheaten Ameraucana and Exchequer Leghorns. We do not breed show quality Ameraucana, but we make reasonable efforts to breed according to the APA’s Standard of Perfection (SOP) for the breed. The Exchequer variety of Leghorn is not currently an accepted variety in the SOP, but we are working on building good breeding flocks following the general SOP for Leghorns and the ABA & British standards for the Exchequer variety.

In the spring of 2011, we added Rouen & Cayuga ducks and a Tufted Roman goose. We also received a shipment of ducklings and another pair of goslings in May 2012 to diversify our breeding program, as well as to add the duck breed Blue Swedish. As of 2017 year end, we no longer have Rouen but have added Black Swedish. Along the way, we also acquired a White Crested duck, an Indian Runner drake, a Buff American goose, and a few mixed-breed ducks. Currently, all of our ducks and geese are enjoying one large flock, but we hope to separate the breeds for pure breeding of Cayuga, Swedish, and Tufted Roman for the spring of 2018.

Other Mo’s Mini Farm animals include free ranging guinea fowl, potbelly pigs, a rabbit, and a Box turtle. Of course, what farm is complete without several cats for rodent control and dogs to sound the alarm for any lurking predators?

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