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About Friesian ChickensAbout Friesian Chickens

Friesians are a Dutch chicken that originated on the Friesian Islands. They are a very old breed and excavation on the Islands have shown that they have been around for over 1000 years ago.  

They are a small chicken but also a very good layer. They can produce around 230 eggs per year.

They are gold pencilled, silver pencilled and chamois pencilled. The chamois is the most unusual color and perhaps the most attractive. They are different shades of yellow and buff and have a pattern that runs through each of its body feathers; this is not found in any other breed of chicken. All of the color varieties have eyes that are orange, earlobes that are white, and legs that are slate blue.


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