Polish Chickens, Crested, Top Hats

A Charming Distinctive Breed with Lots of Character

The Polish chicken, often called Polish Crested or Top Hat, is a breed prized for its distinctive topknot of feathers on its head, which can be of various colors. They are small in size, making them a popular choice for backyard chicken keepers, and known for their docile and friendly nature. They are good layers of medium white eggs and are also often kept for ornamental purposes due to their distinctive appearance.

The average number of eggs laid by Polish hens annually can vary based on several factors, such as the hen’s age, nutrition, and health. But on average, Polish hens lay approximately 200 eggs per year.
Full-grown roosters weigh between 4 and 6 pounds, and hens typically weigh between 4 and 5 pounds. The Polish chicken is a friendly, docile breed and a good choice for your backyard flock.

Classification: Continental
Colors and Types are Recognized as Such: 

  • Non-bearded white-crested black
  • Non-bearded golden
  • Non-bearded white
  • Non-bearded silver
  • Bearded golden
  • Bearded white
  • Bearded silver
  • Bearded buff laced
  • Non-bearded buff laced
  • Non-bearded white crested blueSave
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