Phoenix Chickens For Sale In Illinois

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PhoenixPhoenix chickens are a German breed that was originally developed by crossing the Japanese Onagadori with locally available birds. The result was a bird that is commonly kept for ornamental purposes, although the hens are good layers of small to medium sized eggs.

Phoenix chickens are a long-tailed breed that resembles pheasants, with tails that reach up to 2 – 3 feet in length and molt every two years. They are active birds best suited for free ranging, especially for optimal tail growth. If kept in confinement, other birds will step on and limit the tail growth. While there are a large number of color varieties, only silver, golden and black-breasted red are accepted by the APA.

We always strongly encourage you to thoroughly check out each animal breeder you are interested in purchasing from before you make your final decision. With over 25,000 different breeders listed on this website, it is impossible for us to be able to vouch for every one! And while we do our best to ensure only the top farmers are listed here, it's always best to double check yourself.

Phoenix Chickens For Sale In Illinois

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