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  • Porcelain d'Uccle Bantam
    5.00 star(s)
    Had a handful of roosters.
    My experience with the Procelain Duccle is a Joyous one. I have found them to handle well and even be one of the easiest of my flock to scoop up...
    • Dakota8472
  • Barnyard mix
    3.00 star(s)
    Meh, they are okay
    2 broody mamas hatched 10 chicks last year, but I could never handle them because they would zoom away. They are very skittish, but that's because...
    • talkinboutchickens
  • Olive Egger
    5.00 star(s)
    Olive Eggers can have various breed parentage!
    :hmm Hard to tell what you'll get with a cross-bred chicken like the Olive Eggers unless you know the specific parents or even parentage breeds...
    • FlockVillemaire
  • Producer's Pride Scratch Grain, 50 lb
    5.00 star(s)
    My chickens love this. Yes, don't overfeed. It is meant as a daily snack, will probably make your chickens fat if you feed this to them too often.
    • talkinboutchickens
  • 24" Slide Top Feeder - 9830
    4.00 star(s)
    I used this when I first got chickens. It worked great...... Until one of my chick's heads grew too fat for the feeder, then we had to figure out...
    • talkinboutchickens

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  • Chooktred
    Thank for the update. Just checking - so you're happy with your Chooktred?
    • nic182
  • Bantam Orpington
    The one on the right is a young Bantam Orpington.
    • Queen Bonus
  • Producer's Pride Sentinel Chicken Coop, MDC001
    I wanted to find out for the Chicken Coop , 6 chicken capacity if it can be made a little bigger. I have a kitty that has RLV and can't be out on...
    • FarmGirl 01
  • Building Chicken Coops For Dummies
    Somehow I just received an old survey about wearing masks while cleaning the hen house. Is there a way to find that old thread of ideas, not just...
    • JbycB
  • Building Chicken Coops For Dummies
    But not than my spare ribs! As the thoughtful cannibal chief asked after the feast, "'S everybody eaten?":D
    • JbycB

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This breed was developed in Belgium by Michel Van Gelder, a fancier who lived in the small town...
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The original Orpington, the Black, was developed in England in 1886 and brought to the US in...
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Indian Runners originated in the East Indies on the islands of Java, Malaya, Bali and Lombok. ...
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The Plymouth Rock originated in New England in the 19th Century & were created by using breeds such as Dominique, Dorkings Cochins, etc.
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Storey's Guide to Raising Chickens includes all the information farmers need — from choosing...
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The Sussex was developed in Sussex County, England over 100 years ago. It was famous...
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The Australorp Breed was developed in Australia at the end of the nineteenth century with Black...
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Cochins came from China in the 19th Century. They were recognized by the APA in 1874. They were...
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The Serama breed originated in Malaysia, apparently through the crossing of Japanese and Malaysian bantams.
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Welsh Harlequin ducks are a derivative of Khaki Campbell ducks. When Leslie Bonnet of Wales...
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The Brahma is an Asiatic breed of chicken. The first Brahmas were brought to the United States in...
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The silkie chicken was developed in the southeast asian countries or china.It was valued as a medicinal food item because of its black skin and bones
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The Easter Egger is not really a breed. They are relationed to the breeds Ameraucanas and...
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Black Star and Red Star are trade names used for hybrids of two other recognized breeds, not...
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The Old English Game bantam is a delightful breed of chicken. It is a small, pugnacious, and...
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Happy Hen Treats is proud to introduce the world's first line of treats specifically made for...
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The origination of the Naked Neck is unclear but they are thought to have been brought back by...
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Rouen (pronounced roan) named after the town of Rouen where they were developed in Northern...
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The history of the d' Anver Belgian Bearded D' Anver Various miniature fowl are known to...
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Muscovies are the only domestic "ducks" that are not bred from the mallard. They are a wild South...
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