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My family fell in love with these big fluffy friendly hens in 2013. They are inquisitive and not afraid to come over for a pat or treat. We have been slowly combining two unrelated lines from BC and QC. We continue to strive towards the APA standards of size, proper colouring, good pea combs and feathered legs.
Brahmas were developed in America from very large fowls imported from China via the port of Shanghai. They are extremely hardy chickens and appreciated for their great size, strength, and vigor. Their small pea comb, great size, and heavy plumage make them almost immune to cold weather. They are considered a superior winter-layer of medium to large brown eggs. The Brahma was generally considered the leading meat breed for the period of time from the mid-1850’s through about 1930. They stand confinement extremely well due to their very calm and docile personalities. They are excellent brood mothers and make fantastic child friendly pets. They lay about 150 eggs per year. APA Weights: Rooster 12 lbs, Hen 9.9 lbs.
Brahma Rooster, Hen, Cockerel , Chicks and Eggs