Flarry Eye Greys are beautiful game fowl that originated in Ireland and were probably brought to the United States in the late 1800s.
Although this giant, muscular Belgian game fowl has a fierce appearance, Liege Fighters are generally friendly toward people and can be an excellent choice for the dedicated hobbyist willing to explore the extremes of the poultry kingdom.
Almost 3' tall and with the fierce gaze of a velociraptor, the intimidating appearance of the Shamo belies its usually gentle and intelligent personality.
This fierce looking Dutch breed has a gentle disposition and lays tons of tinted eggs. Their upright station and muscular physique make them excellent free-rangers that are vigilant against predators, yet they are as gentle and people-oriented as dogs. Our favorite free-range pet on the farm is a Twentse rooster name Claude.
Once a favorite in the royal courts of Japan, this chicken breed was designed to emphasize strangely ornamental qualities: its face wrinkles with age, it has bright red skin exposed on its breast, and its dense musculature causes it to stiffly waddle like a small Sumo wrestler.