We are now breeding these amazing gentle giants. The flock we have is from 3 unrelated breeding pairs from Greenfire Farms. They are wonderful! We have both Diamond and standard Jubilee colors Information I gathered from UK websites.... The Jubilee was created to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897. It is a bit of a mystery as to exactly what breeds were used to create it, but it is believed to be a descendant of the speckled sussex, and some say the buff orpington. The feather pattern which makes the Jubilee, is a very complex color, and maturing birds can take up to 18 months to be 'finished'. The shaft should be a dark mahogany with a clear black band, finished with a white tip, or 'pearl' at the end. There are two different types of the color variation, a darker mahogany ground color which is the traditional Jubilee kind, and a lighter more 'ginger' or buff ground color known as the Diamond Jubilee Here are a few pictures of the parent stock from Greenfire Farms.