lamona chicken

Poultry Profile: Get to Know the Lamona

The Lamona, created in the early 20th century, is a high-quality, dual-purpose chicken breed. Lamona hens typically lay more than 200 eggs a year.

Cochins

Cochin chickens may be too big for small urban farms, but the breed does well in colder climates. Feed them greens daily for optimum health.

Hamburg

Hamburgs tend to be active, flighty birds and don’t like to be confined. They fare best in free-ranging flocks.

Campine

Campines are active and prefer to free range, but will tolerate confinement.

White-faced Black Spanish

Young birds may take some time to develop the breed’s classic white face. White-faced Black Spanish chickens tolerate confinement well.

Andalusian

Andalusions are fairly quiet and tolerant of confinement, making them a good backyard chicken.

Jersey Giant

These large chickens require a lot of room in their coop. If provided enough space, they tolerate confinement.

Rhode Island Red chicken

Rhode Island Red

These birds can be aggressive with other chickens when kept in confinement.

Alpine

The Alpine is a hardy goat known for its adaptability in different climates.

LaMancha goat

LaMancha

This medium-sized goat is known for being quiet and gentle.

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