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Lakenvelder

User Rating:
2.78261/5,
The Lakenvelder is a Dutch breed from the dutch town Lakervelt. First exhibited in England in...

Khaki Campbell

User Rating:
4.3913/5,
The Campbell duck was developed near the end of the 1800's by Mrs. Adele Campbell of...

Coturnix Quail

User Rating:
4.47826/5,
These quail are often referred to as Japanese, Pharaoh, or Biblical quail. It is said that the...
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Phoenix

User Rating:
4.09091/5,
Phoenix were created in Europe by combining strains of the Japanese Onagadori with more commonly...

Cornish

User Rating:
4/5,
The Cornish originates from Cornwall, England, where they were also known as Indian Game. ...

Plastic 1 Quart Jar Feeder

User Rating:
3.68182/5,
1 Quart Plastic Feeder is constructed of heavy duty polyethylene. Base features 8 openings with...

Partridge Plymouth Rock

User Rating:
3.66667/5,
This is one of the best varieties for the exhibitor as it is quite rare and makes an outstanding...

Appenzeller Spitzhauben

User Rating:
4.38095/5,
The Appenzellar Spitzhauben originated in Switzerland. Large fowl are found but bantams were not...

Blue Swedish

User Rating:
4.47619/5,
They were first imported into the USA in the late 1800's. The foundation stock of the blue...

Swedish Flower chicken

User Rating:
4.15/5,
From the Greenfire Farms website: Swedish flower hens emerged as a landrace several hundred...

mixed breed

User Rating:
4.35/5,
Mixed breeds I think tend to be more hardy, lay, and breed better.

Dorking

User Rating:
4.2/5,
The Dorking is one of the most ancient of all domesticated poultry. Believed to have originated...

Chantecler

User Rating:
4.15/5,
The White Chantecler was created in the early 1900's by a monk from Quebec. It was recognized by the APA in 1921. The Partridge was created by Dr. Wilkinson afterwards (admitted to APA 1935) and was originally called the Albertan.

White Plymouth Rock

User Rating:
4.36842/5,
White Plymouth Rocks are a fairly easy-to-find breed of chicken. They have yellow neck/head as...
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