Hi guys, I'm an FFA kid looking to raise chickens for my project this year! My plan is to raise three hens till they're feathered out to show at the county fair (with the rest of my chapter) and then sell them. This will be my third time raising chickens at my own house (I've raised plenty of broilers at my school), but before I was just raising them till they were off heat and then selling them back to their breeders. I have a list of requirements and for all my research I'm still at a bit of a loss for what breed I should get. 1. They HAVE TO be heat tolerant. It easily gets to be 110 degrees here. It almost never gets to be freezing here, so cold tolerant doesn't matter. 2. They have to be an official breed for me to show them, so no Easter eggers or sex linked. 3. The quieter, the better. I live in an urban area and even though chickens are legal, I have a neighbor who will complain if they get TOO loud (hence why I won't be raising roosters). 4. The better looking/fancier, the better! They don't necessarily have to be show breeds, but it wouldn't hurt! If I can only find one breed that works, I'll just raise three of that kind, but if I can find three different breeds, I'll raise one of each. I don't care if they are good egg layers, their egg color, or whether they are full sized or bantams. Any suggestions or questions are greatly appreciated! Thanks!