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Rhode Island are of the most popular American breeds. They are excellent brown egg layers.

Our Rhode Island Red Pullets are available at several different ages (see below). The hen in the photo shows how they look once they reach maturity.

Egg sizeExtra Large
Recognized varietyRose Comb, Single Comb
Egg colorBrown
OriginUnited States
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Originated in Rhode Island, it is the state bird of Rhode Island Red chickens and recognized as a distinct pure chicken breed in 1904 by the American Standard of Perfection. The Single Comb Rhode Island Red chicken is our most popular breed for brown egg laying production. They are a popular chicken choice for backyard chicken flocks because of their egg laying abilities and hardiness. Buy Rhode Island Red chicks For Sale are a good choice for raising baby chickens naturally and raising baby chickens for eggs. Non-industrial strains of the Rhode Island Red are listed as recovering by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy. Global Poultry Co. Ltd®’s blood line or stain is a heritage chicken production type and bred pure by Cackle Hatchery® Farms since 1936.

The rhode island red chickens for sale is a true heritage chicken breed picked as a great choice for egg production. Many breeders breed the Rhode Island Red chicken for show, these are a little darker red and do not produce as many eggs. The Roosters usually weigh in at 8.5 pounds (3.9 kg), The Hens weigh slightly less at 6.5 pounds (2.9 kg), cockerel at 7.5 pounds (3.4 kg), and pullets at 5.5 pounds (2.5 kg). Developed in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, early flocks often had both single and rose combed individuals because of the influence of Malay blood. Global Poultry Co. Ltd® now offers the single comb variety of the Rhode Island Red Chicken (Exhibition Type).

They have rectangular, relatively long bodies, typically dark red in color. They have red-orange eyes, reddish-brown beaks. And their feet and legs are yellow (often with a bit of reddish color on the toes and sides of the shanks. Their skin is yellow colored.

Are Rhode Island chickens friendly?

These Breed are friendly to a fault and are simply happy to be in your company, watching over your garden work or keeping the kids busy with pats and cuddles on the weekends.
Our Breeds cockerels, and other heritage breeds like them, take longer to reach butcher size. They are a bit tougher to eat, but they are still very good. They are best cooked slow and moist: stewed on the stove-top, cooked in the slow cooker or pressure cooker


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