Meet the Girls!

Marybel

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BLUE ANDALUSIAN 

Egg color: WHITE


 Blue Andalusian chickens are credited with  being natives of Andalusia, a province in Spain. They originated from  crossing a black fowl with one of its white sports; these two colors  producing a slaty-blue fowl. Andalusian chickens stand high in productivity. It is one of the best  layers of eggs, an excellent winter egg producer, it is an  active forager, rugged and hardy. The chicks feather and mature quickly.

Myrtle

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AMERAUCANA  

Egg color: BLUE


The Ameraucana breed was derived from blue egg laying chickens. They have muffs and a beard, and are very hardy  and sweet. They lay eggs in shades of blue, and even have blue (or  "slate") legs. They are a rare breed and only available through breeders at this time.

Tabitha

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HERITAGE RHODE ISLAND RED 

Egg color: BROWN


The Rhode Island Red is America's best known breed, and perhaps the world's best known fowl. It is the most successful dual  purpose bird, and remains an excellent farm chicken. Originally  developed in Massachusetts and Rhode Island in the 1880's and 1890's,  its ancestors include Malay (hence the deep color), Shanghai, Java, and  Brown Leghorn chickens. Its distinctive color and good production  qualities helped it to spread rapidly.

Cluckers

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SILVER LACED WYANDOTTE 

Egg color: brown/tan


The Wyandotte is an American breed  developed in the  1870s. It was named for the indigenous Wyandot people of North America.  The Wyandotte is a dual-purpose breed, kept for its brown eggs and its  yellow-skinned meat. It is a popular show bird, and has many color  variants.

Frieda

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BLACK AUSTRALORP

Egg color: brown

 Black Australorps are  good looking, hardy, easygoing and highly prolific layers. Their name  Black Australorp, is a combination of Orpington  and Australian.  Now it is one of the  best prolific layer breeds. They are large and have a sweet temperment.


...and so many more!

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