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Welsummer

User Rating:
4.17442/5,
The Kelloggs Cereal rooster is none other than the Welsummer. The Welsummer is prized for their...

Speckled Sussex

User Rating:
4.45882/5,
The Speckled Sussex was developed in Sussex County, England over 100 years ago. It was famous...

Black Sex Link chicken

User Rating:
4.13253/5,
Black sex-link (also called Black Stars) are a cross between a Rhode Island Red or New Hampshire...

Bantam-Cochin

User Rating:
4.3/5,
Sweet little people in cuddly feather suits.

Old English Game

User Rating:
4.42105/5,
The Old English Game bantam is a delightful breed of chicken. It is a small, pugnacious, and...

Delaware

User Rating:
4.06757/5,
Delawares are a fairly heavy-bodied, white (silver) bird with black markings. They were...

Red Sex Link

User Rating:
3.93056/5,
Sex-links are cross-bred chickens whose color at hatching is differentiated by sex, thus making...

Golden Sex Link

User Rating:
4.30986/5,
Imported originally from the Netherlands, this strain is used in over 60 countries worldwide....

Jersey Giant

User Rating:
4.26761/5,
The Jersey Giant is the largest chicken variety (roosters average 13 lbs., hens average 11 lbs.)....

Belgian d'Uccle

User Rating:
4.67647/5,
This breed was developed in Belgium by Michel Van Gelder, a fancier who lived in the small town...

New Hampshire

User Rating:
4.18333/5,
The New Hampshire were developed from the Rhode Island Red around 1915 in New Hampshire....

Pekin

User Rating:
4.16667/5,
Pekins originated in China. They were bred from a Mallard duck. In 1873, they were brought to...

Hatcheries, Day Old Chicks

User Rating:
4.08475/5,
Hatcheries you would recommend.

Dominique

User Rating:
4.32143/5,
Dominique Chickens have endured a long and rich history. First developed by the Colonists, they...

Sebright

User Rating:
3.78723/5,
Sir John Saunders Sebright created this tiny ornamental bantam in the early 1800's having the...
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