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      Autumn Farm English Orpingtons


"Skip" loves to fly with his wings out! Skip is a son of Captain.


"Skip" jumping.....Skip's is a son of Captain who was originally imported from England.



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Silver Laced Pullet (Skip daughter)

Autumn Farm Orpingtons is large farm in Washington State, that provide spacious land with extra large pens along with several indoor and outdoor pens that accommodate many farm animals, including barns/stables for breeding horses and several pet goats, llamas and several barns full of a variety Pure English Orpingtons, thank you.



Young rooster (Skip's son)










Cooper at 11 months old




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Spencer, (above) one of Coopers best




Cooper pullets



"Captain" Original

Import From England by Bob Follows

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                                        Skip daughters




above, Skip's babies



Spangle hen

Silver Laced hen



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English Lavender babies





Autumn Farm Orpingtons

Thanks you for looking at our English Orpingtons




Skip's daughters and granddaughters










Keith's Orpington Bloodlines (young hen)


Autumn Farm Orpingtons


Skip daughters








"Skip" son of Captain, originally imported from England.







Skip and one of his hens

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Skip always spreading his wings

"Skip" loves to fly with his wings out! Skip is a son of Captain, who was originally imported from England.


Coopers grandsons

                 Spangle/Mottle babies

Our Foundation Silver Laced Hen

Autumn Farm Orpingtons



"Skip" is our Pure English Silver Laced Orpington rooster (100% Keith's Orpington Bloodlines, England)



Skip's young pullets and young roos ( about 7 months old)

Skip's young daughters and sons

Skip's young pullet



Cooper Is not considered a Spangle/Mottle, he is considered a "Mottle" Orpington, as he carries too much white for a Spangle.  Cooper does still produce both "Spangles" and "Mottles", he mainly produces the "Spangle" color bloodline since we have been working mostly for Spangle color on our farm.

~"This is our special Cooper" he a a rare Spangle/Mottle Orpington Rooster" sweet and super docile!                                                             

         Cooper's daughter

Thank you for looking at Autumn Farm Orpingtons photos....we have too many photos to place on this site.  We will continue to add and share more of our photos with you, please always check back with us, we are always happy to hear from you and would love for us to share our photos with you.  We do our best to answer all of our emails as quickly as possible.  If you have tried to get a hold of us, be patient we will get back with you as soon as possible.  We spend a great deal of time in our home in Europe.


Comments (34)

Beautiful! Absolutely stunning!
I do love spangles and speckled chickens!
Stunning! ~Charm1704
OMG! They are AMAZING! i LOVE the Lavenders!!!! Just figured out how to view peoples pics!! Thanks for sharing!!
Very Nice indeed!
Absolutely stunning chickens! You must be so proud of your breeding program! Do you sell eggs for hatching?
Forgot to add that I want Jubilee and Lavendar Orp eggs.
You really have some nice chickens. You are a real asset to the chicken world.
OMFG!! ı cant beleive my eyes. What a beatiful chicken 'the lavendar'
Wow you have truly beautiful birds!
They are all ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!! I think the partridge are my faves along with the goose...I never seen a goose like this!!! Blessings :)
You have chocolates, very nice.
Than you for all the nice compliments!
You have very nice chickens. :D Do you breed them? PM me!
Holy Cow!!!!! What beautiful birds!!!
Louise cannot thank you enough for Jasper
First time I am on your page.....Your babies are so beautiful!! You must be so proud!! You have a lovely farm!!
Oh, my, I would love to have just one of those lovely lavendar girls! What a beautiful bunch you have.
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