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Australorp

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5/5,
Australian Chicken Breed

Ancona

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5/5,
The Ancona has a "mottled" color pattern of black with white spots, and both Single Comb & Rose Comb varieties are accepted by the American Poultry Association. Like other Mediterranean breeds, Anconas are closely feathered, active, good foragers and

Broad Breasted White.

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5/5,
The White Broad Breasted Turkey is the most common of commercial broad breasted strains of eating Turkeys on the market today. The White Broad Breasted Turkey is also one of the largest of the breeds and generally are not able to reproduce very well.

Silkie

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5/5,
This is a sweet and game chicken breed. They are mostly for shows, and pets. They originated in China or Southeast Asia.

Beaktime Waterer Cups

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5/5,
They are automatic so you do not need to water chickens as often They do not leave puddles below...
Automatic Drinker Cups allow for easy watering of adult chickens
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Kraienköppe

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5/5,
History Kraienköppe (singular: Kraienkopp), also called the Twentse, are a little known about...

Columbian Blacktails

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5/5,
This is a Rhode Island Red based hen with the traditional beautiful chestnut plumage and a...

Red Sussex Chicken

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5/5,
The Sussex chicken is a dual purpose breed that originating in England around the time of the...

Production Black (Ideal)

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5/5,
Production Blacks were developed by Ideal Poultry in the early 1960's. They are a combination of...

Belgian Watermaal bantam

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5/5,
This is the sister breed to the Belgian Bearded d'Anver and the Belgian Bearded d'Uccle. This...
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