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Melissa Rose

Awesome beauteous chicklets :-)!!!!


Pros: Beauteous

Cons: Haven't any I think :-)!

I love the Polish Chicklets that have come to live here at my Sparkle Garden on Goose Hill My Miss Divine Miss Clara loves her swing and is just so very awesome. Here are couple of Chicklets from Hot2Pots beauteous eggs I was fortunate enough to hatch

Very Friendly and adorable


Pros: friendly, cute, curious, protective as roosters

Cons: a little too much flying

Although most people say how they can be bullied, my 2 polish roosters definitely fit in. The one silver laced polish rooster, Scrambles, is goofy with his tilted head feathers and just adorable. He's everyone's' favorite (except mine because I don't like to play favorites with my chickens) and will jump on my lap like a lap dog. He is super friendly and funny because his legs bend weird so he cant walk exactly normal. He isn't on the top of the pecking order (probably like second to last), but doesn't get picked on by anyone, except for the other rooster who gets mad at Scrambles if he pecks the hens. My other white crested blue bantam polish rooster, Eggy (they were...
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I Adore Polish!!!


Pros: Hardy, friendly, easy care, decent layers of big white eggs, plus they make me laugh!

Cons: They will roost in trees if given the opportunity, but keep them safe in a coop at night.

If you have to build a separate coop in order to keep Polish, get busy because they are better entertainment than TV. Love all the beautiful colors, and my roosters are so nice I never worry about them being aggressive with anyone. Great birds for kids, and everyone that sees them here on the farm wants one or more!:-)

I love this breed!


Pros: Sweet, cuddly, cute, love being held.

Cons: I can't think of any!

My brother and I have three one-month old Polish chicks whose names are Tulip (Gold Laced), Beth (Buff Laced) and Peaceful (White Crested Black), and they are all super sweet, and when ever I go into their pen and sit down, Beth and Tulip and their Brahma friend jump up onto my back or shoulder to rest or snuggle. They all will run into my hand if I call them! I love my Polish, and now they are one of my favorite breeds.    Here are pictures of them:    Tulip Beth Peaceful

New to Polish~chickens


Pros: beautiful even tempered!

Cons: small

I ordered mine from Ideal Poultry thru a local feed store that i use quite often. Over all I just love them all. I have 6 of them and I think I have hens and roos, but still not quite sure. I also ordered ee's along with my glp. They arrived very healthy and vibrant, if i ever order more i will defentaly order from ideal.   My question is when (at what age) should I be able to determine what gender they are. they are around 2months. As from what ive read and ppl has told me i think i have 2 or 3 hens and rest roos. I am very curious to know what gender i have. if anyone can tell me what to look for i would be grateful.   i just love learning about all my chickens, this...
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Faverolle Lover

Best Bird I Have Ever Owned


Pros: Beautiful, calm, gentle, nice, tame, loves to perch on my shoulder, tough, and intelligent.

Cons: They can't see, and in winter they get icicles hanging from their crests.

          I have one specific polish that I have owned for over five years now and she is still my favorite bird. She (and all of the other polish) will perch on my shoulder and will literally act like a pet cat. They even will make a purring sound sometimes! My first one did get leg mites but they were taken care of pretty easily. She is so tough, she now has to deal with not only her crest to barely see with, but she also has cataracts in her left eye as well! She also survived being chased by a dog. All of mine have never been picked on by the other birds or by each other. Only my first one got bumble foot and it was tiny! In winter she got...
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exotic looking birds


Pros: cool looking, kid friendly, do well with my Barred rocks and turkeys

Cons: will get skittish as their hairdo restricts their sight

cool birds to look at! mine are still chicks and am hoping one is a rooster! they are very friendly and have been perched on kids shoulders and never tried to peck!

beautiful breed


Pros: Friendly Cuddly Beautiful Cute

Cons: Not many eggs Crows to much

Polish are a beautiful breed they are cuddly colourful and pretty I have two Rafaela and Fabio Rafaela is a buff laced flat feathered pullet Fabio is a white frizzle cockeral they are cute adorable little balls of fluff even my cousins who are scared of  chickens like them they love egg but every morning Fabio starts to crow and i have to get out of bed to put his  no crow collar on and rafaela is meant to  be laying by now but no eggs yet but i don't really want eggs  so they aren't good for someone  who wants eggs and no crowing but for a cute different pet  Polish are perfect
James Beller

Great Birds


Pros: Great looking, lay fair, large eggs, Nice posture, ect.

Cons: Flighty.

I have one polish who can't see very well and she can't find her way out of the run when they get to free range. lol

Best chicken I own!


Pros: Calm, beautiful, quiet, peaceful, broody

Cons: Easily picked on

Best chicken! I have many Tolbunt & Laced Polish and I love them. My hens get very broody and lay quite well. I've been pleasantly surprised by them. Who doesn't love that top hat?
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