Tag: brahma chickens
Often described as “The King of Chickens,” the Brahma chicken breed was developed in America from very large fowl imported by from China.
Wyandotte chickens were called “American Sebright” fowl until the late 1800s when there name was changed to “Wyandotte,” after a Native American tribe.
Olive Egger chickens are not a breed, per se, but a cross of two breeds — usually a blue egg layer and a dark brown egg layer. For example, when
Marans chickens are known for their large, russet brown eggs. This is a defining characteristic of the Marans breed. Expect 150-200 eggs on a good year.
Backyard Poultry Contributor
Many people have recently been won over by the stately appearance of the magnificent Brahma chicken. That is where they have so rightly earned their nickname, “The Majestic Ones.”
Some of us raise poultry for fun. But some take activism further and save heritage chicken breeds from extinction.
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