Do you know this breed? This ancient Japanese chicken with striking tail and distinctly handsome colors and combinations is most often kept as an ornamental breed.
Developed across centuries in Cuba and officially first recognized in 1939, the Cubalaya is a proud, majestic bird that keepers should consider adding!
This rare Mediterranean mystery chicken breed is named for its distinctive comb, and the heritage bird is both fast-maturing and a peerless free-ranger.
These unique heritage chicken breeds range from distinctive to off the wall, and they can be difficult to find. But, for many, theyâ€™re worth the time and effort to track down.
These chicken breeds are excellent foragers, and when allowed to free-range, they’ll do their part to supplement their dietâ€”saving you money on feed.
I have a Rhode Island Red. Is it true they are one of the nicest chicken breeds? And would the roosters likely end up hurting the other hens or baby chicks? â€”Jansen Fuller