Informal Poll - Which Chicken Would You Like To Take Home?

Which Chicken Will You Take Home?

  • Nº 1

    Votes: 2 7.7%
  • Nº 2

    Votes: 8 30.8%
  • Nº 3

    Votes: 3 11.5%
  • Nº 4

    Votes: 9 34.6%
  • Nº 5

    Votes: 16 61.5%

  • Total voters
    26
  • Poll closed .

Ruthster55

Crowing
Nov 23, 2013
831
1,401
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Northern South America
Imagine that you want to buy a chicken for breeding. The seller has a clean property, adequate housing, breeding coops, and an apparently healthy flock. However, these are the only chickens available for sale. All are males except for No. 2.

The prices are the same for each one. Which one do you want to take home? You can buy one or two of them. (The number of each choice is below each picture).



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Chicken Number 1

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Chicken Number 2

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Chicken Number 3
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Chicken Number 4
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Chicken Number 5
 
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Birdielee

Songster
Apr 8, 2020
796
1,177
143
North Plainfield, NJ USA
I guess 2. I like its look and it doesn't have all the feathers on the feet to give me trouble. Smaller body, i wouldn't have to modify everything to house it. Is it one of those russian somethings that loooves to freerange?

After that, I guess I'd go with 3 and learn to like the naked neck. Ive read they have good immunity. Don't think they lay too many eggs though? Not a plus there.
Number 1 is interesting, although not appealing to me. I don't know the goods and bads of game birds (that's what it is, right?)
 

black_cat

Free Ranging
May 21, 2020
4,969
9,753
506
Connecticut
They are all adorable!!!! I picked #2 because she is just so cute, and #5 because I love his color, roundness, and pants. A runner up for me is #4 because of the wonderful floof, pants, and saddle feathers.
 

Ruthster55

Crowing
Nov 23, 2013
831
1,401
261
Northern South America
I guess 2. I like its look and it doesn't have all the feathers on the feet to give me trouble. Smaller body, i wouldn't have to modify everything to house it. Is it one of those russian somethings that loooves to freerange?

After that, I guess I'd go with 3 and learn to like the naked neck. Ive read they have good immunity. Don't think they lay too many eggs though? Not a plus there.
Number 1 is interesting, although not appealing to me. I don't know the goods and bads of game birds (that's what it is, right?)
Nº 2 is not a Russian breed. It's a mix.
 

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