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Rhode Island Red
Breed Spotlight: The Rhode Island Red | Meyer Hatchery Blog
Why purchase Rhode Island Red Chickens? Rhode Island Reds are hardy and prolific egg layers that will thrive under less than ideal conditions. For these reasons, they are a good choice for backyard poultry owners. History: The origins of the Rhode Island Red chicken can be traced appropriately enough to Rhode Island, where it is the state bird. Bred to endure the tough New England winters, these dual-purpose birds are raised for their meat and eggs, as well as for exhibition. Its pedigree includes a black-breasted red Malay cock from England. Temperament: Roosters can be aggressive and are known to attack other birds.
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Raising Rhode Island Red Chickens
One of my favorite chicken breeds is the Rhode Island Red. It's the chicken of choice for those who want quality egg-layers and good fryers. Bud Wood owns a hatchery and says Rhode Island Reds are one of the earliest breeds developed in the United States and are among his best sellers because of their production qualities. Rhode Island Red is probably the beginning genetics of all of the commercial brown egg layers today. At peak production, the hens are egg-laying machines.
The Rhode Island Red chicken breed is one that frequents as a top 10 best seller. They are excellent layers of large, brown eggs and the hens are generally friendly and curious. The roosters watch over their flock carefully, and therefore can sometimes become aggressive with some humans and animals other than poultry. The Red Maylay and the Java are the breeds that gave the Rhode Island Red its hardiness, lightweight bodyweight, red color, and hard feathering. The Rhode Island Red is therefore considered the original dual-purpose breed.