Rhode Island Red Chicken

The Rhode Island Red chicken originated on the East Coast in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. It’s one of America’s most celebrate heritage chicken breeds… Continue Reading

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3 Responses to Rhode Island Red Chicken

  1. polloplayer says:

    I was hesitant about getting a RIR, having heard that they can be aggressive. But “Nugget” is one of my favorite birds – she is curious and sociable and such a good layer – always up on the nesting counter even before the sun is up. Great addition to the flock.

  2. Littlesundog says:

    The Rhode Island Red is a favorite here! They tolerate both heat and cold, and they’re great egg producers. They do not seem to be broody – which is a good thing (at least for us!).

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