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Hedemorahöns are soon to be picked up in Dalarna, I´m so looking foreward to it!

Hedemorahöns are soon to be picked up in Dalarna, I´m so looking foreward to it!

Coq domestique. La poule ou coq ou encore poulet domestique est une sous-espèce d'oiseaux de l'ordre des Galliformes. Cet oiseau est élevé à la fois pour sa chair, pour ses œufs, pour le combat, parfois pour ses plumes et encore plus rarement pour la crête du coq. Wikipédia

Coq domestique. La poule ou coq ou encore poulet domestique est une sous-espèce d'oiseaux de l'ordre des Galliformes. Cet oiseau est élevé à la fois pour sa chair, pour ses œufs, pour le combat, parfois pour ses plumes et encore plus rarement pour la crête du coq. Wikipédia

Gold Laced Wyandotte - easy going, cold hardy, heavy body, small comb, energetic, good layer by karla

Gold Laced Wyandotte - easy going, cold hardy, heavy body, small comb, energetic, good layer by karla

Mr Frizzle  :-) by Grim Git, via Flickr 'Looks like he's having a really bad hair day!'

Mr Frizzle :-) by Grim Git, via Flickr 'Looks like he's having a really bad hair day!'

blue partridge Brahma

blue partridge Brahma

Top 10 Chicken Breeds | The Best Egg Laying Chickens For Your

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Top 10 Chicken Breeds | The Best Egg Laying Chickens For Your

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Speckled Sussex

The Vorwerk originates from Hamburg, Germany around 1900 and was developed by the German breeder Oskar Vorwerk who gave his name to the breed. He developed them as good utility birds with belted markings combined with buff feathering rather than white. They were first shown in 1912 and are thought to have come from Lakenvelders, Orpingtons, Ramelslohers and Andalusians. The breed is rare and was almost lost after the Second World War.

The Vorwerk originates from Hamburg, Germany around 1900 and was developed by the German breeder Oskar Vorwerk who gave his name to the breed. He developed them as good utility birds with belted markings combined with buff feathering rather than white. They were first shown in 1912 and are thought to have come from Lakenvelders, Orpingtons, Ramelslohers and Andalusians. The breed is rare and was almost lost after the Second World War.

Onagadori | This Japanese breed of chicken was selectively bred to have tail feathers that grow up to 5 meters in length.

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Onagadori | This Japanese breed of chicken was selectively bred to have tail feathers that grow up to 5 meters in length.

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