The Java does best when allowed to free-range.
Hamburgs tend to be active, flighty birds and don’t like to be confined. They fare best in free-ranging flocks.
Standard-sized Delaware chickens may be too large for small urban farms
Leghorns tolerate confinement, so they are a good breed for an urban coop. They are intelligent and friendly if handled from a young age.
This chicken may be too large for a small urban farm.
Campines are active and prefer to free range, but will tolerate confinement.
Silkies need particularly clean conditions to keep their feathers looking good.
Young birds may take some time to develop the breed’s classic white face. White-faced Black Spanish chickens tolerate confinement well.
Andalusions are fairly quiet and tolerant of confinement, making them a good backyard chicken.
These large chickens require a lot of room in their coop. If provided enough space, they tolerate confinement.
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