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Guineafowl, particularly the helmeted variety, have a long history of domestication. It is said...
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The ADOR1 Automatic Chicken Coop door opener is easily installed on the wall of your chicken...
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Swedish flower hens emerged as a landrace several hundred...
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The Toulouse Geese originated in Mid-Northern Europe, probably as a landrace (they are quite...
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The Minorca was originally bred as an egg-production bird. The females seldom go broody,...
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The White Chantecler was created in the early 1900s by a monk from Quebec. It was recognized by the APA in 1921. The Partridge, originally called the Albertan, was created by Dr. Wilkinson a short time afterwards and admitted to the APA in 1935.
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The word "Cemani" means "total black" and best describes this unusual breed that is rumoured to be black as tar right down to it's organs!
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Phoenix were created in Europe by combining strains of the Japanese Onagadori with more commonly...
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William Cook of England created the orpington duck. He used Cayuga, Runner and Aylesbury ducks...
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Originally developed in the south of France as a large table bird and for production of pate de...
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Believed to be developed in Wales in the early 1900's, their somewhat upright statue suggests...
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The Silver Appleyard was developed in Britain by Reginald Appleyard during the 1930s and the 1940s
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The Brinsea Mini Advance incubator will incubate up to seven standard size chicken eggs and up...
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The Java is a critically endangered American breed. The breed comes from unknown Asian origins...
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Iowa Blue - non-APA recognised dual purpose breed.
Chaneys Ranch
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The Bielefelder is a relatively new breed, development beginning in the 1970’s by Gerd Roth in the area of Bielefeld, Germany, hence the breed's name.
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Houdan are an old French breed, once known as the Normandy fowl. They were first imported into...
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Rhode Island Red Bantams are very small, sweet, flighty, tame birds. They love to sit on...
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Euskal oiloa first came into being as a natural breed evenly distributed across farms of the...
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The Andalusian breed of chicken, like the beautiful Andalusian horse, was developed in the...
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