These small plump birds are from the pheasant family.
They nest and feed on the ground and are seed and insect eaters. Continue Reading »
The Wyandotte chickens originated in America and are named after a Native American tribe. Continue Reading »
Originates from circa. 1880 by cross breeding different breeds of chicken, with further cross breeding in 1913 to produce what we have today. Continue Reading »
The Sussex is one of the oldest breeds in the UK. Continue Reading »
The Orpington is a sweet tempered bird and because of it’s size does not need very high fences to stop it straying. Continue Reading »
A complete mixture of breeds which are much more flighty than the docile pure breeds in the other pens. Continue Reading »
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