(a.k.a. TOP HATS)
|TRANSYLVANIA NAKED NECK
|With spectacular plumage and a very friendly disposition, Polish chickens are
at the top of our "pecking list".
One of my girls will actually perch on my shoulder as i move around the farm,
much like a parrot and a pirate!.
|Silkies are the Chihuahuas of chickens - a
lot of cluck and no peck! These docile
bantams (small birds) are more pet than
Discovered by Marco Polo in China, they
actually have black skin under a covering
of shimmering white feathers.
Although they are not known as great
layers, they are known for being very
broody (sitting on eggs).
|This breed is really one that "grows on
you". From German and Hungarian
origins, their chicks are probably the
ugliest babies I've ever seen.
The good news is that they lay blue &
green eggs, and lots of them.
Turkens come in a wide bouquet of
colors. If you want productive barnyard
"art", this is the breed for you.
|Ameraucanas were developed in the
1970's to weed out some of the genetic
problems with their close cousins, the
These docile birds come in a variety of
colors and lay an even bigger rainbow of
colored eggs. They are said to lay blue,
pink, green, yellow, and brown eggs,
although I can only attest to blue, green,
They are very winter hearty and not very
broody, but a very egg colorful choice.
Flock tested and certified by Texas Animal Health Commission Permit No. FR-003072
For further info on our poultry, please call Dan @ 469-387-0625, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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