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Buff orpington hen, large fowl. Such a pretty girl. I love this breed, they get so big and fluffy, we had one named Ella, she was huge

My ABSOLUTE favorite is the buff orpington hen-docile and large fowl. Such a pretty girl. Big brown eggs-many are double yolkers!

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Sabelpoot (Booted Bantams) is a beautiful and charming bird, which appear in lots of lovely colours. They have a very calm friendly character and quickly get attach to you.

BLUE ORPINGTON These are big, friendly dual-purpose birds.They're friendly and cold-hardy due to their fluffy plumage. Light brown eggs.

BLUE ORPINGTON This breed is a big & friendly dual-purpose birds, & also come in bantam. They're cold-hardy due to their fluffy plumage & have light brown eggs.

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Buff Orpingtons Chicken Breed Information & Pictures The Buff Orpington breed is a great choice for a backyard chicken - beautiful with a. We have a Buff Orpington but she has a much bigger single comb and not as much fluff.

Cream Brabanter Hens - beautiful! Pros:  “Great foragers, non-aggressive, non-broody, strikingly beautiful, intelligent, child friendly,hardy. Good layers, good personalities.  Cons:  Very rare, difficult to find excellent specimens.

Cream Brabanter Hens - beautiful! Pros: “Great foragers, non-aggressive, non-broody, strikingly beautiful, intelligent, child friendly,hardy. Good layers, good personalities. Cons: Very rare, difficult to find excellent specimens.

The Buff Orpington breed is a great choice for a backyard chicken - beautiful with a nice personality and winter hardiness.  The breed originated in Orpington, Kent, United Kingdom in the late 1800's. There are Black Orpingtons, White Orpingtons, Blue Orpingtons (somewhat rare), and Buff Orpingtons - the Buff color being the most prevalent.

I think this is the breed we have decided on! Buff Orpingtons Chicken Breed Information & Pictures - BackYard Chickens Community

VORWERK Rare pure breed, attractive, enjoy free range but fine in a run. Buff with black head, neck and tail. Medium light breed Egg colour: Cream Approximate number of eggs per year: 240

VORWERK Rare pure breed, attractive, enjoy free range but fine in a run. Buff with black head, neck and tail. Medium light breed Egg colour: Cream Approximate number of eggs per year: 240

HISTORY William Cook, a successful poultryman in England, developed the black Orpington in the 1880s. Mr. Cook introduced the breed in 1886 at a poultry show, and won the grand prize cup. The Ameri…

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