Chicken Breeds

Legbar

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4.52/5,
Also called Cream Legbar...

Belgian d' Anver

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4.69231/5,
The history of the d' Anver Belgian Bearded D' Anver Various miniature fowl are known to...

Phoenix

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4.125/5,
Phoenix were created in Europe by combining strains of the Japanese Onagadori with more commonly...

Lakenvelder

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2.88/5,
The Lakenvelder is a Dutch breed from the dutch town Lakervelt. First exhibited in England in...

Cornish

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4.04/5,
The Cornish originates from Cornwall, England, where they were also known as Indian Game. ...

Campine

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4.04167/5,
Campine is an older European breed that is a descendant of the old Belgian type of Campine -...

Appenzeller Spitzhauben

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4.41667/5,
The Appenzellar Spitzhauben originated in Switzerland. Large fowl are found but bantams were not...

Partridge Plymouth Rock

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3.54545/5,
This is one of the best varieties for the exhibitor as it is quite rare and makes an outstanding...

Fayoumis

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3.43478/5,
The Fayoumi is a very old breed of chicken native to an area of Egypt southwest of the Nile...

Swedish Flower chicken

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4.19048/5,
Swedish flower hens emerged as a landrace several hundred...

Langshan

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4.52381/5,
The Black Langshan originated in China where it is thought to have been made a pure breed. ...

Dorking

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4.27273/5,
The Dorking is one of the most ancient of all domesticated poultry. Believed to have originated...

Chantecler

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4.19048/5,
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.

Showgirl

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4.72222/5,
Showgirls are a mixed breed between Silkie and Naked Neck Turken. They are a Bantam. It took...

Modern Game

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4.72222/5,
Bred from pit breeds in the past, the Modern Game has a spunky personality and will happily...
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