Their impressive size and aristocratic demeanor make Cochin chickens standouts in any crowd. They’re docile in nature and are dual-purpose meat and egg makers.
Dual-purpose Dominique chickens lay a respectable number of small- to medium-sized, brown eggs yet are meaty enough to roast when young or stew in old age. Historically, Dominiques were expected to forage their own feed and still excel as fend-for-yourself, free-range fowl or in pastured-poultry situations. Because of tightly arranged feathers, they resist frostbite. Dominiques are also able to adapt well to hot climates. They come in both large fowl and bantam sizes.
San Clemente Island goats are one of the rarest goat breeds in North America. They are, at this time, primarily a conservation priority breed. Does give a reasonable amount of delicious, high-butterfat milk and could be milked as household dairy goats.
The English Springer Spaniel is an intelligent and highly energetic dog breed that enjoys hunting on land as well as traipsing through water and brush. In addition to being a great hunting, retrieving and bird dog, the breed’s generally even-tempered, gentle and sociable manner makes it a great companion for families.