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Aloha Chickens

Aloha Chickens

“My Maizee is an Aloha that was rejected from the breeding group due to her green legs. Other than that, she's a perfet example of the breed. She lays beautiful smallish cream coloured eggs pretty regularly. She's still laying even though the rest of the flock is slacking. She is pretty noisy. She always greets me with a very loud welcome, and continues to welcome me about 5 minutes after I walk...” --Rezia

100% Positive Reviews
Columbian Blacktails

Columbian Blacktails

“ Very hardy birds and very docile. excellent eggs yeild per year aswell   what more can you ask ” --Habibs Hens

100% Positive Reviews
Flarry Eyed Gray

Flarry Eyed Gray

“Flarry eyed grays are quite beutiful and inteligent birds they will forage for themselfs like any other gamefowl can, They are good birds for game breeders who want a beutiful and USEFUL bird. I would recomend this bird to anyone who is willing to take good care of it.” --MaycanGamefowl

50% Positive Reviews
Iowa Blue

Iowa Blue

“ I have only one Iowa Blue rooster and he is the best roo I have ever had.  He is at least 8 lbs and absolutely gorgeous.  I got him from Sandhill Preservation Center as a packing peanut.  He will take on any predator to protect his hens, he always calls his ladies in when there are treats and watches over them while they eat.  He is the dominant roo in my flock,...” --BlackBrookPoultry

100% Positive Reviews
light sussex chicken

light sussex chicken

“We got my Light Sussex hen and her 2 flock mates from our neighbors who where moving to some city and couldnt have them anymore. Once they got here I knew they would be great foragers, they where finding worms left and right within minutes of being on the ground. The other 2 hens are Red/golden commits. She was a very friendly smart great layer of light brown eggs. Susexs are great foragers,...” --Hens rule

100% Positive Reviews
Mille Fleur Bantam

Mille Fleur Bantam

“I got some Mille Fleur D'Uccles at the end of May. They are slightly over 2 months old now. They are very friendly & talkative - even the boys.  They are quite happy to perch on your hand/leg and talk to you, seem to enjoy being picked up and petted.  I will add more to the review as the roosters get bigger & the ladies start to lay. 10/15/15 - update. Got my first egg...” --boskelli1571

94% Positive Reviews
Olive Egger

Olive Egger

“ I have been breeding my own version of these birds by crossing both Silver Laced Wyandottes and Black Australorp Roos with my Wheaten EE hens.  I end up with these gorgeous blue birds or blue laced white birds.  They are so pretty.  I even ended up with a rumpless roo during one cross.  My EEs lay a light green egg.  My Olive Eggers lay a really pretty Khaki green...” --Queen of the chickens

100% Positive Reviews
Speckled Sussex

Speckled Sussex

“ Out of 15 breeds we've tried, this is my favorite chicken of all. I guess it depends on what you are looking for. I love their personality and they are pretty. They are a pleasure. You can carry them around. They'll sit next to you on the porch. People love being able to pet a chicken and this one in particular runs up to people and says hello. They think everyone has corn. haha They held up...” --JuicyFatHead

96% Positive Reviews
White Plymouth Rock

White Plymouth Rock

“ I just found this young rooster in a field above my farm by a highway. He came right to me, ate cookies from my hand, and let me pick him up without too much fuss. So far in the few hours Ive had him he is a friendly rooster. I thought I would catch him and give him to my friend who loves to take my roosters but I think I have changed my mind :). He would make a great rooster at my other...” --americanamama

94% Positive Reviews
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