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I love this painting of the Rhode Island Reds and the other one which could be a Cookoo Moran. What a great barnyard scene. The Wagan wheel is awesome too!

I love this painting of the Rhode Island Reds and the other one which could be a Cookoo Moran. What a great barnyard scene. The Wagan wheel is awesome too!

Hens are as happy in battery farms

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Urban Uses: Rhode Island Reds are excellent layers, producing five eggs per week. They are also known for their meat and are hardy enough for cold climates.

Urban Uses: Rhode Island Reds are excellent layers, producing five eggs per week. They are also known for their meat and are hardy enough for cold climates.

Buff Orpington Chickens

Rhode Island Red Chickens

Buff Orpington Chickens

I have 1 Australorp, 2 black sex links, 3 brown leghorns (look like Rhode Island reds- maybe they're the same?), 2 Plymouth Rocks. I had 2 Americaunas, but one mysteriously disappeared and the other ended up to be a Roo that was mean and aggressive. He's no longer with us. Lol

I have 1 Australorp, 2 black sex links, 3 brown leghorns (look like Rhode Island reds- maybe they're the same?), 2 Plymouth Rocks. I had 2 Americaunas, but one mysteriously disappeared and the other ended up to be a Roo that was mean and aggressive. He's no longer with us. Lol

8 Best Chicken Breeds for Homestead (I'd add Rhode Island Red to this list. We do have a Dominique. They do love the cold weather -- she's always first out of the coop in the morning.)

8 Best Chicken Breeds for Homestead (I'd add Rhode Island Red to this list. We do have a Dominique. They do love the cold weather -- she's always first out of the coop in the morning.)

Avoid feeding your chickens apple seeds – Apple seeds contain trace amounts of cyanide that could kill your chicken. As much as chickens love apples, do them a favor and remove the seeds. http://www.thesleuthjournal.com/10-foods-feed-chickens/

Avoid feeding your chickens apple seeds – Apple seeds contain trace amounts of cyanide that could kill your chicken. As much as chickens love apples, do them a favor and remove the seeds. http://www.thesleuthjournal.com/10-foods-feed-chickens/

Which came first the chicken or the coop? In our case the chickens! Our first feathered friends arrived May 1rst.  They are, from what I understand, called a Golden Comet.  The father was a Rhode Island Red and the mother a Barred Rock.    We...

Which came first the chicken or the coop? In our case the chickens! Our first feathered friends arrived May 1rst. They are, from what I understand, called a Golden Comet. The father was a Rhode Island Red and the mother a Barred Rock. We...

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