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.

Faverolles Chicken

Faverolles Chicken

The cuddly Faverolles chicken breed has great dual-purpose qualities and can be trusted around children.

Sebright chicken

Sebright Bantam Chickens

The historical ornamental Sebright Bantam is studied by molecular biologists in hopes of creating a better understanding of the genome of chickens and how traits are passed on. Hens produce tiny white eggs, but they are non-broody and unreliable as layers.

Hamburg Chicken

Hamburg Chickens

The Hamburg chicken is a dependable layer but shy of people. Hens will lay an abundance of small white eggs year-round.

Holland Chickens

The rare Holland chicken is a wonderful dual-purpose breed that thrives in a free-range environment.

Houdan Chicken

Houdan Chickens

The Houdan chicken breed meets dual-purpose criteria as a great layer and table fowl. Hens are good layers of small white eggs, laying well into winter.

Iowa Blue Chickens

The nearly extinct Iowa Blue chicken breed has great dual-purpose qualities.

Minorca chicken

Minorca Chickens

Minorca chickens are known as wonderful layers of large, chalky-white eggs.

Nankin chicken

Nankin Chickens

The Nankin is a bantam chicken breed used primarily as exhibition fowl, though the hens are decent layers of tiny, delectable, creamy-white eggs. The breed is very broody and excels as surrogate hatchers.