Jersey Giant Chicken

Jersey Giant Chickens

The Jersey Giant is a dual-purpose, heritage chicken breed, especially noted as an outstanding roasting chicken.

Polish chicken

Polish Chickens

The Polish chicken breed is used mainly for exhibition. Some strains lay three to four medium-sized, white eggs per week while others are mediocre layers.

Russian Orloff chicken

Russian Orloff Chickens

The Russian Orloff is a dual-purpose, heritage chicken breed, especially prized for its meat.

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.

Aseel Chickens

Developed for cockfighting, the Aseel chicken breed is now known for its gaminess.

Belgian Bearded d'Uccle Chicken

Belgian Bearded d’Uccle Chickens

The Belgian Bearded d’Uccle (pronounced dew-clay) is a bantam chicken breed primarily used for exhibition, though hens are modest layers of small, creamy-white eggs, averaging two to three per week.

Dorking Chicken

Dorking Chickens

The Dorking is an ancient, dual-purpose chicken breed that produces about three to four white eggs per week, even in winter.

Rex Rabbits

The Rex rabbit breed is a meaty rabbit that was developed from a mutation giving it extremely dense, velvety fur. Photo Courtesy Bowtie, Inc./ Isabelle Francais

Shorthorn Cattle

Shorthorn cattle were once triple-purpose beef, dairy and draft cattle, but since 1948, there have been two main types of registered Shorthorn cattle: Shorthorns raised for beef and Milking Shorthorns.