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Silver Spangled Hamburg

Silver Spangled Hamburgs are seasonal layers of small-medium white eggs. Very intelligent and quiet. They prefer to be allowed to roam freely. Aggressive foragers. One of the best tick eating breeds. Long lived. Smaller, light body size. Less winter unhardy than most chickens due to low their profile comb and tightly fitting feathers.

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Lakeshore Egger

The Lakeshore Egger is a promising new breed developed in Europe, offering many important features for people wanting good production of colored eggs that size up large. The Lakeshore Egger grows into a variety of feather patterns and was developed for more efficient laying rather than a predictable breed size or appearance.

Range of eggshell color: Pale light blue, blue-green to light minty green, with about 10% of hens laying a brown egg.

The Lakeshore Egger can produce an average of 270 eggs in the first year of lay. As a producer of marketable colored eggs, this new breed can perform essentially as well as the better layers of brown and white eggs.

$3 premium for this rare breed.

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Egyptian Fayoumi

Just about as feral a chicken as you can find. Lightweight, independent-minded and aggressive foragers, they are the Delta forces of tick eating chickens. They come in charcoal gray/silvery white camoflage feathering. Egyptian Fayoumis are also surprisingly good layers of small ivory tinted eggs. They seem to have originated in the Nile delta, where there is a city named Fayoum.

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Buff Plymouth Rock

Hardy New England Rock type, good layer of brown eggs, with stunning buff (tan-gold) feathers and handsome yellow skin. Sexed female.

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Blue Andalusian

The parent stock of this breed is from Andalusia in southwest Spain, and the Blue strain was developed during the nineteenth century by English breeders. Good layer of white eggs. Energetic, aggressive forager.

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