Which one goes broody more???

WoodlandWoman

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You can't always tell what you're going to get, unless you know the breeder. It just depends on the genetics of the individual chicken. I think the best bets would be silkies and buff Orpingtons, though.
 

ralleia

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My black Australorps (got these from McMurray) go broody consistently and repeated spring through fall. They are also excellent mommas to the chicks.
 

Pinky

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Game chicken breeds go broody alot. My games are always broody, and so are my buff orpingtons.
 
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