Modern Game chicken

Modern Game Chickens

The Modern Game is an ornamental chicken breed that can be friendly despite its history of use in cockfighting. Hens will lay about 100 small eggs yearly.

Myotonic goats

Myotonic Goats

The first records of the Myotonic goat breed indicate it was first bred as a meat goat, and it remains so today.

Catalana Chickens

The Catalana chicken is a dual-purpose breed. Hens are non-broody layers of 150 plus medium to large, white- to light-tinted eggs yearly.

Old English Game

Old English Game Chickens

The Old English Game chicken breed comes in a variety of colors and is most commonly used in show. Hens lay well for a game breed and make nice mothers.

Cubalaya Chicken

Cubalaya Chickens

The gorgeous Cubalaya chicken is a popular show breed and has dual-purpose qualities.

Phoenix Chickens

The Phoenix is typically kept as an ornamental chicken breed. Hens are not reliable as layers, but they will become broody and make good mothers.

Delaware Chicken

Delaware Chickens

The historical Delaware chicken is a wonderful provider of eggs and tender meat. Hens lay approximately 150 to 200 medium- to rich-brown eggs yearly.

Rosecomb Bantam chicken

Rosecomb Bantam Chickens

The Rosecomb Bantam is an ornamental chicken breed. Hens are not broody and will lay a small number of tiny white eggs.

Silkie chicken

Silkie Chickens

The Silkie is a bantam chicken breed used mainly as exhibition and pet chickens; however, due to Silkie hens’ extreme broodiness, they make wonderful surrogate hatchers, as well.

Sussex chicken

Sussex Chickens

The Sussex is a dual-purpose, heritage chicken breed. Hens are excellent producers of large, cream-colored or light-brown eggs that they lay through the coldest winter months.