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The beautiful Jet Black Chicken(Ayam Cemani). The breed originated from the island of Java, Indonesia. The birds are completely black: black plumage with a greenish shine, black legs and toe nails, black beak and tongue, black comb and wattles.

Here is a Hippy Chick! Just in case you needed a good laugh. - Polish Blue

Again - a crazy Looking Polish chick.

Publication de  Si tu m'aimes dis le

Publication de Si tu m'aimes dis le

colorful rooster

Gallus gallus/Gallo by Gabriel Chalmeta on

AMAZING

Appenzeller Spitzhauben rooster - photo by Tami Johnson; This is the national breed of Switzerland, having existed there for centuries. The feathers of the crest are forward facing, and some feathers have black tips.

Most metal chicken I have ever seen! Ayam Cemani: A rare breed of chicken that is black inside out. Not only all its organs and feathers are black, the eggs they lay are black too.

Pretty

Looks like a Lavender Orpington Rooster - Pretty!

Gallina Rhode Island. Origen EEUU

Gallina Rhode Island. Origen EEUU

Gallina Polaca - Origen Polonia

I need this chicken on our future farm so if I ever feel Im having a bad hair day, Ill just look at the bird.

These are standard-sized chickens known for living a long time. They're gentle creatures who do very well with people and get along with other pets, and they lay four or five pinkish brown eggs per week.    - CountryLiving.com

The Top 10 Chicken Breeds for Kids

plymouth rock - These are standard-sized chickens known for living a long time. They're gentle creatures who do very well with people and get along with other pets, and they lay four or five pinkish brown eggs per week.

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Baby chicks know where to go if things get scary. That's right - straight under mama's protective wings! Mother hens are every bit as fierce in guarding their babies as any mother grizzly.

Anutter strutter

Anutter strutter

Great looking bird:) I world worry about the feathers on it's feet getting poopy. This is a "Mille Fleur Belgian d’Uccle"!

Apologies to whom ever this picture belongs to, I saw it and then did not record where I found it.  I have a feeling they have a FB page however.

golden lakenvelder - I hope are this nice someday!

- Lakenvelders • Kippenforum.nl

Knowing the temperament of my own roosters, not sure if I'd prefer to meet one of these lakenvelder roosters or a lakenvelder bull in a dark alley.

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