ISA Sussex

The ISA Sussex is a good producing brown egg layer with white feathers and some black feathers around the neck in in the tail. The result of a balanced breeding program, the ISA Sussex is a good living and robust layer, producing very nice brown eggs.

For alternative systems

Very adaptable and manageable

Brown eggs

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ISA Sussex
Growing Period 0 - 17 Weeks
Liveability 98%
Body Weight (5 Weeks of Age) 388g
Body Weight (17 Weeks of Age) 1470g
Feed Consumption (17 Weeks of Age) 6.4kg
Laying Period 18 - 72 Weeks
Liveability 95%
Age at 50% Production (Days) 140
Percent Peak 96%
Average Egg Weight 63.1g
Hen Housed Eggs 319
Average Feed Consumption per Day 124g
Kg Feed / Kg Eggs 2.2
Body Weight (72 Weeks of Age) 2283g