Posted Nov 25, 2013
We have had these chickens for four years now. They are pretty similar to our Rhode Island Reds for the most part. They are very low-maintenance chickens, requiring only daily feeding. Ours are free-range, but we do have them in a large fenced area for protection from predators.
These chickens are excellent egg layers, averaging one egg per day per chicken. What sets them apart from our Rhode Island Reds; however, is their desire to "sit" on eggs until they hatch. They also willingly sit on eggs from other chickens, which allows us to hatch more baby chicks at a time.
These are great chickens, I would definitely recommend them to anyone looking to buy chickens.