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  • Black Sex Link chicken
    3.00 star(s)
    Inconsistent Layers
    Bought 10 two years ago to replace my Barred Rock hens. They were very productive the first year; however, their production dropped to approx 50%...
    • Donlyme
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    I love my buffs! Amazing layers and super sweet
    Talking about buff Orpington and what is good and bad about them
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  • Brahma
    5.00 star(s)
    Quiet, Docile, Heavy Breed
    Brahmas are working their way up to my favorite breed. They have a softer, deeper cluck and chatter than other chicken breeds, though their...
    • TheAlrightyGina
  • Legbar
    4.00 star(s)
    To begin with, I hand raise all my chicks so they're typically all very tame and friendly. However, Belle, my legbar, is relatively timid, but is...
    • Kristee
  • Sussex
    4.00 star(s)
    Overall, I like them. They were the last to start laying at 30 weeks, but average 6 eggs each per week now. Eggs are half the size of my sex link...
    • MissE

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  • Belgian d'Uccle
    I have a melle fleur D'uccle, She is the littlest, bossiest momma. ever.
  • Buff Orpington X Gold Laced Wyandotte
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  • Bielefelder
    I have 2 bantam Bielefelder chickens. Both are 11 months old now. 1 pullet,1 cockerel. My pullet is Perch and my cockerel is Coop. I love them! I...
  • Euskal Oiloa - Marraduna Basque
    Is any hatchery besides Greenfire carrying this breed now? I don’t like that GF only sells them straight run. With my luck I‘ll get nothing but...
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Chicken Breeds

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This breed was developed in Belgium by Michel Van Gelder, a fancier who lived in the small town...
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The original Orpington, the Black, was developed in England in 1886 and brought to the US in...
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The Plymouth Rock originated in New England in the 19th Century & were created by using breeds such as Dominique, Dorkings Cochins, etc.
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The Sussex was developed in Sussex County, England over 100 years ago. It was famous...
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The Australorp Breed was developed in Australia at the end of the nineteenth century with Black...
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Cochins came from China in the 19th Century. They were recognized by the APA in 1874. They were...
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The Serama breed originated in Malaysia, apparently through the crossing of Japanese and Malaysian bantams.
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The Brahma is an Asiatic breed of chicken. The first Brahmas were brought to the United States in...
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Black Star and Red Star are trade names used for hybrids of two other recognized breeds, not...
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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
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The Easter Egger is not really a breed. They are relationed to the breeds Ameraucanas and...
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The origination of the Naked Neck is unclear but they are thought to have been brought back by...
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The Old English Game bantam is a delightful breed of chicken. It is a small, pugnacious, and...
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The history of the d' Anver Belgian Bearded D' Anver Various miniature fowl are known to...
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Very tame nice breed that gives you big beautiful brown eggs. They aren't that loud and the...
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Faverolles are a dual purpose breed that originates in France. They were originally bred to be...
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Dominique Chickens have endured a long and rich history. First developed by the Colonists, they...
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Nankins originated in England in the early 1500's and are one of the oldest breeds of bantam...
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The Ameraucana was developed in the 70's by a few people who were trying to standardize the...
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Imported originally from the Netherlands, this strain is used in over 60 countries worldwide....
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