Cayuga Duck

The Cayuga is a prolific duck and can lay 100 to 150 eggs per year. They are known for their flavorful meat, ideal in dishes such as duck confit.

BueLingo Cattle

The BueLingo is a moderately framed, composite beef cattle breed, developed for its quickly maturing beef and its beautiful white stripe along the midsection of the body.

Shamo Chickens

The Shamo is an ornamental chicken breed that produces a good amount of meat; however, the meat has been described as tough and isn’t favorable to every palate. Hens make good mothers, but fare poorly as layers.

Sumatra Chickens

The ornamental Sumatra chicken breed was originally used for fighting. Indonesian Island residents would catch Sumatra cocks during breeding season, use them in combat and release them once their seasonal aggression declined.

White-faced Black Spanish Chickens

The delicate White-faced Black Spanish chicken breed has a unique white face, making it popular as an ornamental. Hens are non-broody and prolific layers of large, pure-white eggs.

Dutch Bantam Chickens

Dutch Bantam hens will lay small eggs in spring, summer and fall and will become broody in winter. Nowadays, the breed is used mainly for exhibition.

Ancona Chickens

This hardy and vigorous Ancona chicken is a year-round layer of white eggs.

Redcap Chickens

The dual-purpose Redcap chicken breed is a former favorite of the farmer’s wife. Hens lay 120 to 180 white (slightly tinted) eggs yearly and it has a long history of being a great provider of meat.

La Fleche Chickens

This chicken’s unique v-shaped comb qualifies it as an ornamental breed, though it has great dual-purpose qualities as well. The rarely broody hens lay well and produce large, white eggs into winter months.

American Game Bantam Chickens

The American Game Bantam chicken is a wonderful exhibition breed for beginning poultry fanciers. Hens are fine layers and make wonderful mothers.