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Appenzellar Spitzhauben

Starting at: $3.27
First avail: Jan 15, 2020
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Assorted Polish & Crested

Starting at: $3.12
First avail: Jan 15, 2020
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Buff Laced Polish

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First avail: Jan 15, 2020
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Gold Laced Polish

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First avail: Jan 15, 2020
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Silver Polish

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First avail: Jan 15, 2020
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White Crested Black Polish

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First avail: Jan 14, 2020
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White Crested Blue Polish

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First avail: Jan 22, 2020
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Appenzellar Spitzhauben

Starting at: $3.27
First avail: Jan 15, 2020

The Spitzhauben originated in Switzerland. They are black and white speckled with a V-shaped comb. These birds are excellent climbers and love to roost in trees. They do not do well in smaller coops and are very much free-range birds. The hens are very good medium to large white egg layers. Interestingly, Spitzhauben is German for pointed hoods. APPROX. 155 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: WHITE | MATURE WT: MALE 5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS.

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Assorted Polish & Crested

Starting at: $3.12
First avail: Jan 15, 2020

A mixture of all our Crested breeds, this assortment is based on availability and may include the Buff Laced Polish, Silver Laced Polish, Gold Laced Polish, Spitzhauben, White Crested Blue Polish and/or the White Crested Black Polish. APPROX. 110 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: WHITE | MATURE WT: MALE 5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS.

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Buff Laced Polish

Starting at: $3.27
First avail: Jan 15, 2020

The breed name Polish came from the Polish army's feathered caps because it resembled their feathered crests. The chickens originated in Spain and then brought to Holland, where the Dutch perfected their coloring. They became a popular bird in France, then started appearing in the United States around the 1830's. They are a great breed, very docile and even tempered. They are easily surprised due to their feathers limiting their eye sight, making them vulnerable to predators. APPROX. 110 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: WHITE | MATURE WT: MALE 5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS.

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Gold Laced Polish

Starting at: $3.27
First avail: Jan 15, 2020

The breed name Polish came from the Polish army's feathered caps because it resembled their feathered crests. They originated in Spain and brought to Holland where the Dutch perfected their coloring. They became a popular in France, then started appearing in the United States around the 1830's. A great breed, very docile and even tempered. They are easily surprised due to their feathers limiting their eye sight, making them vulnerable to predators. APPROX. 110 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: WHITE | MATURE WT: MALE 5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS.

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Silver Polish

Starting at: $3.27
First avail: Jan 15, 2020

The breed name Polish came from the Polish army's feathered caps because it resembled their feathered crests. The chickens originated in Spain and then brought to Holland, where the Dutch perfected their coloring. They became a popular bird in France, then started appearing in the United States around the 1830's. They are a great breed, very docile and even tempered. They are easily surprised due to their feathers limiting their eye sight, making them vulnerable to predators. APPROX. 110 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: WHITE | MATURE WT: MALE 5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS.

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White Crested Black Polish

Starting at: $3.27
First avail: Jan 14, 2020

The breed name Polish came from the Polish army's feathered caps because it resembled their feathered crests. The chickens originated in Spain and then brought to Holland, where the Dutch perfected their coloring. They became a popular bird in France, then started appearing in the United States around the 1830's. They are a great breed, very docile and even tempered. They are easily surprised due to their feathers limiting their eye sight, making them vulnerable to predators. APPROX. 110 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: WHITE | MATURE WT: MALE 5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS.

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White Crested Blue Polish

Starting at: $3.27
First avail: Jan 22, 2020

Contrary to belief, the breed name Polish doesn’t come from Poland. They were named after the Polish army’s feathered caps because it closely resembled their feathered crests. The chickens originated in Spain but were then brought to Holland, and eventually the Dutch perfected their coloring. They became a fairly popular bird in France, then started appearing in the United States around the 1830s and 40s. They are a great breed and are docile and even-tempered. They are easily surprised and sometimes nervous due to their feathers limiting their eyesight. This makes them more vulnerable to predators. Blue coloring can result in Black, Blue or Splash feathering, blue is not a guaranteed color. APPROX. 110 MEDIUM EGGS/YEAR | EGG COLOR: WHITE | MATURE WT: MALE 5 LBS. FEMALE 4 LBS.

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