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Orpingtons

The Orpington is a breed of chicken named after the town of Orpington, Kent, in south-east England, which was made famous in part by this breed. It was bred to be an excellent layer with good meat quality. Its large size and soft appearance together with its rich colour and gentle contours make it very attractive, and as such its popularity has grown as a show bird rather than a utility breed. Hens often become broody and are good mothers. Although rather heavy, they are able to fly small distances but rarely do so.

Black Mottled Orpingtons

Black Mottled Orpingtons

The Spangled/Mottled Orpington is a beautiful bird that carries the mottling gene like the Jubilee.
Blue Buff Columbian Orpingtons

Blue Buff Columbian Orpingtons

A very popular choice for garden birds and they are a slightly more prolific layer than some of the standard varieties
Chocolate Mottled Orpington

Chocolate Mottled Orpington

Chocolate Mottled Orpingtons are a striking variation. They might also be known as spangled.
Chocolate Orpingtons

Chocolate Orpingtons

Chocolate chickens aren't just for Easter!
Gold Laced Orpingtons

Gold Laced Orpingtons

Created in the 1970s this color has become one of the most popular of all time.
Isabel Cuckoo Orpington

Isabel Cuckoo Orpington

The Isabel Cuckoo Orpington is a member of the Crele family. They were created by adding the diluting lavender gene to the Crele.
Silver Lace Orpingtons

Silver Lace Orpingtons

Silver Laced Orpingtons are a new color in the US. The striking black lacing on the silver base is sure to grab anyone’s attention.

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