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  • Lohman Brown
    5.00 star(s)
    Some of the best chickens ever! Red Sex-Links (Lohman Browns) are pretty much the perfect...
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  • Colombian Rock
    2.00 star(s)
    In my experience, Columbian rocks have been the worst chickens I have ever had. While they look...
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  • New Hampshire
    4.00 star(s)
    New Hampshire chickens are pretty cool. They lay a lot of eggs, have nice colored feathers...
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  • Rhode Island Red
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    I think that Rhode Island Reds are an OK breed, but in my experience, they're not too nice...
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  • Ameraucana
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    Really, I love my Americana hen. Even though the eggs are tiny, they make a lovely accent to an...
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Latest comments

  • Serama
    Woah, beautiful birds! Are there any online hatcheries that sell these beauties?:eek:
  • Partridge Plymouth Rock
    I purchased 3 PPR from Murray McMurray hatchery and I'm very pleased with my 7 week old pullets. The pullet in the front is one of my PPR pullets.
  • American Bresse
    I'm also in Michigan and in the market for some good quality meat birds. I was leaning towards Bresse but the info I'm seeing here has me...
  • Sapphire Gem (Dominate Blue D 107)
    Thank you so much! Good to know. I may have to see how she develops and wait to see eggs to determine which one.
  • New Hampshire
    No, I got her in a batch of chicks. I never add chicks to an existing flock. I was replacing my flock and decided to start with all new chicks...

Chicken Breeds

GaryDean26
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Bredas, Grueldres, Grueldrelands, Guelderlands, Gueldres and Kraaikops by Craig Russell RR 4...
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A goldish/buff color that lays medium/large eggs and broodiness is average.
Super Admin
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Pyncheon bantams are believed to be an age old breed, originating in the United States back in...
Amyable
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The Norwegian Jaerhon is a small breed developed in Norway in the 1920's from a single pair of...
cree57i
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East Frisian Gull are an "Old World" style of chicken imported by Greenfire Farm in 2014, from...
DTchickens
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History Kraienköppe (singular: Kraienkopp), also called the Twentse, are a little known about...
paris_r
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Shamo are a hard feathered game breed from Japan, said to have received their name from their...
Super Admin
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They were developed in the US as another white skinned white egg layer.
alexa009
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Golden comets are know for high egg-production. Golden comets are a modern day egg-laying day strain of chicken. They are a cross between The White Plymouth Rock hen and Rhode Island Red rooster. Like leghorns, golden comets are know to lay at a very early age, some begin as early as 16 weeks.
CherriesBrood
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Easter Egger bantams are realated to Easter Eggers except they are a bantam breed. They are...
CherriesBrood
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The Porcelain d'Uccle Bantam is realated to the Millle Fleur d'Uccle Bantam and the Belgain...
Super Admin
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La Fleche Originates from France and comes in Standard and Bantam sizes. They are a rare breed...
OnceInALifeTime
4.20 star(s) 5 ratings
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A Canadian variety, the Blue Foot, was developed from French stock in the 1980s and is raised...
Kenchick
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The Lohmann Brown is a commercially bred breed, used mainly for egg laying, at which they excel. They were selectively bred from New Hampshires and other brown egg laying breeds. They start laying at around 18 weeks of age, laying nearly daily. They are a very friendly, curious breed and make good pets and family fowl.
Habibs Hens
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Information about Araucana They are a hardy, easy to look after no nonsense...
Bogtown Chick
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This is one of the best varieties for the exhibitor as it is quite rare and makes an outstanding...
bairo
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The Penedesenca is an interesting breed originating from the state of Catalonia in northeast...
Super Admin
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The Fayoumi is a very old breed of chicken native to an area of Egypt southwest of the Nile...
PouleNoire
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The Sapphire Gem is a sex-linked hybrid created by a breeder in the Czech Republic. It is a hybrid that contains the Dominate Blue gene and is known for being a good layer.
0wen
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The Barred Rock is a single comb, clean legged variety that originated in the U.S. Friendly...
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