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Does anyone have Vorwerk Chicken? Maybe looking to purchase some.   

 

Thanks for looking.

 

 

 

 

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Edited by Poinsettia - 1/26/13 at 5:36pm

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Peter replied, “Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.  Acts 2:38.

 

Warning: Vaccinations are Dangerous!

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post #2 of 11
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Does anyone have Vorwerk Chicken? Maybe looking to purchase some.   

 

Thanks for looking.

 

 

 

 

Acts 2:38

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Oh my,  I think I may be getting some more chickens!  Beautiful.  I have never heard of these.  Where do they originate from?  And who does have some?  Anyone know?

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Vorwerks are a German breed. In the US, they are called golden lakenvelders. They are available from several hatcheries, but if you want real vorwerks, a breeder would be best. I don't know of anyone who has them. smile.png
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2 EEs, 2 barred plymouth rocks, a crazy jap bantam, a buff brahma and a speckled sussex!
RIP Louise, my beautiful australorp hen. 2/22/12-9/27/14. I'll miss you forever.
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Vorwerks are a German breed. In the US, they are called golden lakenvelders. They are available from several hatcheries, but if you want real vorwerks, a breeder would be best. I don't know of anyone who has them. smile.png

Actually, Golden Lakenvelders and Vorwerks are two different breeds.  I haven't heard of any largefowl Vorwerks in the USA, but Lund Poultry has bantams. 


Edited by RhodeRunner - 1/29/13 at 4:45pm
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Oh, sorry! What are the differences?
~Annie
2 EEs, 2 barred plymouth rocks, a crazy jap bantam, a buff brahma and a speckled sussex!
RIP Louise, my beautiful australorp hen. 2/22/12-9/27/14. I'll miss you forever.
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~Annie
2 EEs, 2 barred plymouth rocks, a crazy jap bantam, a buff brahma and a speckled sussex!
RIP Louise, my beautiful australorp hen. 2/22/12-9/27/14. I'll miss you forever.
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Oh, sorry! What are the differences?

 

Lakenvelders where refined in Germany, in the 1830's.  Their ancestors are believed to be the Egyptian Fayoumi, and other Persian Fowl.  The Lakenvelder is four to five pounds. The white color is the original variety, buff came later. 

 

Vorwerks where developed by breeder Oskar Vorwerk.  This took place in Germany, during the 1900's.  Mr. Vorwker used Lakenvelders, Buff Orpingtons, Buff Sussex, and Andulasians to create his breed.  It is medium sized fowl, around four to seven pounds.  The bantam variety was created in the USA, which is why there are a few bantam breeders here. 


Edited by RhodeRunner - 1/30/13 at 9:02pm
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post #7 of 11
Thanks! So Vorwerks are bigger?
~Annie
2 EEs, 2 barred plymouth rocks, a crazy jap bantam, a buff brahma and a speckled sussex!
RIP Louise, my beautiful australorp hen. 2/22/12-9/27/14. I'll miss you forever.
Proud Member of team Junior! Chattin' on the very first chicken chat thread!
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~Annie
2 EEs, 2 barred plymouth rocks, a crazy jap bantam, a buff brahma and a speckled sussex!
RIP Louise, my beautiful australorp hen. 2/22/12-9/27/14. I'll miss you forever.
Proud Member of team Junior! Chattin' on the very first chicken chat thread!
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Thanks! So Vorwerks are bigger?

Yes. They are more of a dual-purpose fowl, then a skinny egg layer. 

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post #9 of 11

I'd really love to have some bantam Vorwerks so if anyone knows of anyone breeding them please let me know too!  Thanks!

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bump!

Any Vorwerk breeders in this country?


Edited by flitter - 6/9/14 at 6:53pm

        Hi! I share High Meadows Farm with my great husband and son, an Australian Shepherd, an Arab

                a Morgan, 2 cats, Appenzeller Spitzhauben chickens and a bunch of wild critters.

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        Hi! I share High Meadows Farm with my great husband and son, an Australian Shepherd, an Arab

                a Morgan, 2 cats, Appenzeller Spitzhauben chickens and a bunch of wild critters.

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