In the panic buying of the coronavirus pandemic, toilet paper and rice aren't the only things people have stocked up on.
People have been in a clucking mad rush for chickens.
Mullion Produce staff member Shara Mooney said the high demand for chickens is because people fear they won't be able to purchase eggs.
"Everyone seems to be stocking up on chickens because they're worried they will run out of eggs," she said.
Mullion Produce owner Peter Heller said the store has been inundated with phone calls to see if there are chickens, lamps and cages in stock.
"We recently sold 250 chickens and are waiting on another order which will come in on April 22," he said.
"Prices will vary depending on the breed, age and quantity."
The store is expecting to receive hundreds of chickens including Isa brown, New Hampshire, Rhode Island Red and Australorp.
But Mr Heller remains hopeful that people will keep calm and not panic buy animals during the coronavirus pandemic.
"We're seeing existing and new customers come into the store to buy the chickens," he said.
"Currently, we have 300 day-old Isa and Australop chicks in store ready for their new homes."
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