We have kept these weekly articles going since we started this page, and we are a long way from quitting. We have talked about many of your and our favorite chicken breeds such as the Cochin, Silkies, Australorp, Buff Orpington, and more.
Add one of these beautiful long-tailed heritage chicken breeds to your flock to add interest and intrigue.
Chicken keepers wanting to take their flocks to the next level should consider adding one of these striking long-tailed chicken breeds to the mix.
Typically raised as ornamentals—with a few exceptions—these breeds are relatively docile, love free-ranging, and, best of all, are a gorgeous addition to the landscape.
In this article, we will cover 4 long-tail chicken breeds such as:
Also, there are tips & tricks on how to care for long-tailed chickens – so stick to the real end!
There are varieties of chicken breeds available everywhere.
Each breed has something different about it which makes it special – the comb, the color, the character etc.
Some breeds are more intelligent than others and that makes them easier to keep and maintain. Choosing the right breed for you is as easy as it is hard and if you are a novice chicken keeper we recommend that you get one of these 5 Chicken Breeds For Beginners.
As another Monday comes we at the typesofchicken.com team already announced that as a part of our weekly pros and cons articles for this week we will proudly present to you the Pros & Cons Of Keeping Plymouth Rock Chickens.
As we have said before, we write our articles based on our own personal experience and on research. Plymouth Rock is one of our favorite chicken breeds next to the Cochin so we hope that you don’t mind a bit of exaggeration from our side on the Pros list.
What is the point of maintaining a page called types of chicken if we don’t make a strong, large and filled with information article about the 20 Most Popular Chicken Breeds?
We made this list based on our own opinions and you should not care much about the numbering. These are our, thetypesofchicken.com team`s favorite breeds and we hope that you enjoy reading this article as much as we enjoyed creating it for you.
Monday is here and that means that it is time for us, the typesofchicken.com team to share with our readers yet another article about the Pros & Cons of keeping a particular chicken breed.
For this Monday we prepared for you this kind of article focused around the subject of keeping Leghorn chickens.
As we promised in one of our previous articles this Monday we will give our readers an article about the Pros & Cons of keeping Faverolle chickens.
We at the typesofchicken.com team started these weekly articles about the pros and cons of keeping a particular chicken breed with the purpose of helping you with choosing the next addition to your flock.
This is why we are primarily focusing on chicken breeds that you can mostly find in more experienced chicken keeper`s flocks.
Chicken breeds that are famous for their egg-laying presence or friendliness, we at the typesofchicken.com team want to give you the best ideas for the next addition to your flock.
We at the typesofchicken.com team try to share with our readers some stuff that will fit best for them and their backyard flock. Until now we have presented you with several DIY projects and upgrades for your chicken coop and every Monday we are focusing on the pros and cons of a particular chicken breed. Now it is time for us to show you some of the best family-friendly chicken breeds in order to help you choose the best breed for your flock if you want to keep your chicken as pets and include your children in the whole process of keeping chickens.
After a brief discussion, we at the typesofchicken.com team decided that every Monday we will give you an article about the pros and cons of a different chicken breed.
Last time we gave you the pros and cons of keeping the Rhode Island Red chickens and this Monday we decided to give you the pros and cons of keeping Silkie chickens because we know that almost every chicken breeder wants one of those fluffy birds.