Our Chickens

A very sweet, social, friendly, tame chicken who comes when called. A great big butterscotch colored girl, she’s nice to the other girls as well as loves her humans. She comes running full steam at you when she sees you coming just to say “hi”. She’s also good with the dogs & cats. Lays very large latte colored eggs very regularly (one a day).
Nice girl, social, friendly and tame. She’s not as full bodied as most of my other girls, but she holds her own. If anyone is likely to do any flying it’s Liesle. I find her in the darnedest places. She’s white with some distinctive ticking around her neck & black in her tail plumage. Lays medium sized light brown eggs; about 6 a week. She’s also good with the other animals.
She’s a real big buxom beauty with her shiny black feathers that have an iridescent green sheen to them. Stunning. She’s a large girl too, who is a frequent and reliable layer of large brown eggs. Even though I hand raised her from a day-old chick along with my 5 other original girls, she’s still quite skittish. I can catch her if need be, but she’s not happy about it in the least bit.
She’s social, gentle & friendly with people & chickens alike. She’s a big round “speckled” chicken (black and white barring) with her unique feature being her rose comb (the rest of my girls all have single combs.) While most people get Dominiques and Barred Plymouth Rocks mixed up because the body type differences are subtle to one not familiar with them, the comb gives them away. She’s a good layer of medium to large light brown eggs.
A very social, tame, friendly and inquisitive chicken. She’s friendly with her original flock, dogs, cats and people, but she’s not so nice to the newest girls who she has a tendency to chase off. And being such a big, bodacious girl, they definitely clear the way for her. With her big round body and clear barring (black & white striping or “speckles”) she’s a pretty girl who knows it. She’s also a very reliable layer of large brown eggs.
She is a fairly tame girl who will tolerate attention if you insist on catching her. She was my very first Marans which I got for the beautiful deep chocolate brown eggs they lay. She’s a pretty good layer, about 5 eggs a week. She’s a very large, round bodied girl with a “cuckoo” pattern which vaguely looks like barring, but a more mottled, splotchy version and instead of just clearly black & white, she has brown as well.
She is one of the new additions. She looks a lot like Winnefred, but has a golden “collar” around her neck which should become more pronounced as she gets older. Also, she has feathered shanks (legs) which helps to identify her from Winnefred. She did not hand rear these girls so they are NOT TAME nor social. If you want to catch them it takes two people to corner then grab them. Gorgeous, large, deep mocha colored eggs.
The Black Copper Marans is one of the rarest breeds of chicken in the United States. It is a fascinating breed of laying chicken; producing one of the darkest chocolate-brown eggs known. Black Copper Marans eggs are prized by French chefs. Using them for eating in the United States is almost unheard of. A three-egg omelette would cost more than $30; wholesale.
Brahmas are an Asiatic breed of chicken, originating in the Brahmaputra region in India where they were known as "Gray Chittagongs." Their heritage is unclear, but they are believed to be closely related to the Jungle Fowl (Gallus Gigantus) and the Cochin (chicken)
Brahmas are an Asiatic breed of chicken, originating in the Brahmaputra region in India where they were known as "Gray Chittagongs." Their heritage is unclear, but they are believed to be closely related to the Jungle Fowl (Gallus Gigantus) and the Cochin (chicken).
The Araucana, also known as a South American Rumpless,is a breed of chicken originating in Chile. They lay blue eggs, have feather tufts near their ears, and are rumpless. These 3 all like to perch high up in the roof timbers, probably to keep away from the others.
The Araucana, also known as a South American Rumpless,is a breed of chicken originating in Chile. They lay blue eggs, have feather tufts near their ears, and are rumpless. These 3 all like to perch high up in the roof timbers, probably to keep away from the others.
The Araucana, also known as a South American Rumpless,is a breed of chicken originating in Chile. They lay blue eggs, have feather tufts near their ears, and are rumpless. These 3 all like to perch high up in the roof timbers, probably to keep away from the others.
We rescued Marjorie from a neighboring farm. She was being attacked by the roosters and was not able to feed. She is now re- feathered and back to health. Rhode Island Reds are excellent egg layers. Although they can sometimes be stubborn, they can end up producing up to 250 to 300 large, light to dark brown eggs per year.

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