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Breed Information: Rhode Island Reds were named for the state in which they were developed. They are a great utility bird, used for either eggs or meat. Rhode Island Reds were made by crossing native birds with Cochins, Brown Leghorns, Brahmas, & Red Malays. Rhode Island Reds are a great layer of brown eggs. They are quite hardy & do well free-ranging. Hens rarely go broody. Rhode Island Reds are very docile birds, roosters are sometime aggressive though. Rhode Island Reds are available as...
^ An Orloff Cockeral Orloff Chickens Orloffs were developed in the Persian Gulf. They are named for Count Orloff- Techesmensky. They are fairly tall birds. The have a game-bird appearance. They have a brow, beard, & also muffs. Their temperment is usually calm. They are slow to mature. Very hardy. Usually raised for meat. The hens lay light brown eggs. Available as bantams and standard size. Standard size cock- weighs usually somewhere around 8 pounds Standard Hen- weighs usually somewhere...
Currently Available is: 2 Rhode Island Red Roosters 2 BR Rooster Mixes RIR's, Gray Japanese Bantams, Mandarin Ducks, Sebastopol Geese, Muscovy Ducks, Crested Duck Mixes, other Duck Mixes, Chicken Mixes, Royal Palm Turkeys, & Turkey mixes will ALL be available in the Spring. Adding Russian Spangled Orloffs, Red Shouldered Yokohamas, Malays, & hopefully a female pilgrim goose for our gander, & a black spanish turkey hen for our other gobblers to our flock! We currently do NOT ship. We are...
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