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How many varieties of leghorns are there?

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I thought all leghorns were white but my neighbors got brown ones( one flew over here and moved into my coop) then i was looking at hatcheries and saw red leghorns! How many varieties are there!!? smile.png
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I have some silver leghorns
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I have some silver leghorns

I bet they're beautiful! smile.png
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They are..thanks
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They are..thanks

Do they lay as well as a white leghorn?
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I don't think any chicken can compete with the white leghorn. . But they lay pretty well
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All Leghorns lay well, but the whites are the best. Leghorns can be found in white, single comb light brown, single comb dark brown, rose comb light brown, exchequer, buff, red, silver, black, and mille fleur,

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They're so pretty! Thanks for sharing
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