Keresztes Sebestyén

Keresztes Sebestyén

Keresztes Sebestyén
Mai multe idei de la Keresztes
Swedish Flower Hens

Swedish Flower Hens

Foto

Foto

A handsome red and white spotted Aloha Chicken rooster.

A handsome red and white spotted Aloha Chicken rooster.

The hen in front is an "Aloha" chicken.  The darker hen behind her is a Speckled Sussex.

The hen in front is an "Aloha" chicken. The darker hen behind her is a Speckled Sussex.

chicken **** I'm thinking this is probably a rooster.  But it seems most pinners lump them all together as chickens.  Does anyone know if it is correct to call a rooster a chicken?

chicken **** I'm thinking this is probably a rooster. But it seems most pinners lump them all together as chickens. Does anyone know if it is correct to call a rooster a chicken?

I love the unique comb and spangled plumage of the Sicilian Buttercup chicken ... not to mention the superb egg-laying abilities. I'll take a few for my flock, please! Photo by Rachael Brugger

I love the unique comb and spangled plumage of the Sicilian Buttercup chicken ... not to mention the superb egg-laying abilities. I'll take a few for my flock, please! Photo by Rachael Brugger

barnevelder hen with silver penciling

barnevelder hen with silver penciling

Niederrheiner ... just purchased 10 fertile eggs to hatch these very rare German chickens... @nicjette   you know you want a couple....

Niederrheiner ... just purchased 10 fertile eggs to hatch these very rare German chickens... @nicjette you know you want a couple....

Black Copper Marans rooster. (aka: Blaze)

Black Copper Marans rooster. (aka: Blaze)

The Empordosa, originating in the Catalan region of Spain, are good layers of small to medium dark brown eggs, and are active, spritely birds. They do well in heat with their large combs and smaller body size--the white feathers are a help, too--and will not do well in the coldest regions.

The Empordosa, originating in the Catalan region of Spain, are good layers of small to medium dark brown eggs, and are active, spritely birds. They do well in heat with their large combs and smaller body size--the white feathers are a help, too--and will not do well in the coldest regions.