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Orpington

User Rating:
4.42888/5,
The original Orpington, the Black, was developed in England in 1886 and brought to the US in...

Easter Eggers

User Rating:
4.28049/5,
The Easter Egger is not really a breed. They are relationed to the breeds Ameraucanas and...

Australorp

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4.38558/5,
The Australorp Breed was developed in Australia at the end of the nineteenth century with Black...

Rhode Island

User Rating:
4.08571/5,
Rhode Island Reds are one of the most popular and oldest known breeds of chicken and was developed mainly in Rhode Island and Massachusetts in the mid 1840's.

Plymouth Rock

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4.45382/5,
The Plymouth Rock originated in New England in the 19th Century & were created by using breeds such as Dominique, Dorkings Cochins, etc.

Silkie

User Rating:
4.3719/5,
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

Ameraucana

User Rating:
4.13596/5,
The Ameraucana was developed in the 70's by a few people who were trying to standardize the...

Wyandotte

User Rating:
4.09778/5,
The Wyandotte originated in the U.S. in the 1870's. Wyandottes were made in Massachusetts,...

Barred Rock

User Rating:
4.21905/5,
Very tame nice breed that gives you big beautiful brown eggs. They aren't that loud and the...

Cochin

User Rating:
4.40491/5,
Cochins came from China in the 19th Century. They were recognized by the APA in 1874. They were...

Leghorn

User Rating:
4.08387/5,
Leghorn, Italy (hence the name of the bird) had its own native common chicken for hundreds of...

Star

User Rating:
4.39568/5,
Black Star and Red Star are trade names used for hybrids of two other recognized breeds, not...

Brahma

User Rating:
4.34058/5,
The Brahma is an Asiatic breed of chicken. The first Brahmas were brought to the United States in...

Polish

User Rating:
4.17213/5,
Little is known about the history of the Polish breed. At this time, there is no evidence that...

Marans

User Rating:
4.06087/5,
Marans have been recognized by the American Poultry Association (APA). Marans (there is always an...
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