This unique autosexing breed was developed in Sweden, and the hens lay very large eggs for their body size.
This remarkable table breed is considered a national treasure in its native France. Reputed to be the best-tasting chicken in the world, a roasted Bresse can cost hundreds of dollars at a Parisian restaurant. Greenfire Farms is the original and only importer of this extraordinary breed.
The most unique chicken on the planet! Revered for its striking, all-black appearance, this Indonesian chicken is known for its black feathers, black skin, black comb, black flesh, black organs, and black bones!
This leggy French breed is prized for its exceptional meat quality. Its giant stature --it is the tallest breed native to Europe-- makes it one of the most awe-inspiring table breeds in the Greenfire repertoire.
Exhibiting possibly the most exquisite plumage of any chicken breed, Greenfire Farms has imported both bantam and large fowl silver double laced Barnevelders.
This is the uber chicken: autosexing, beautiful, friendly, and it lays gorgeous jumbo eggs! If you buy just one breed, this is it.
The most popular autosexing breed in the world! This blue-egg laying wonder bird has a rich heritage, and Greenfire Farms was the original and only importer of this marvelous chicken.
Flarry Eye Greys are beautiful game fowl that originated in Ireland and were probably brought to the United States in the late 1800s.
This elegant German breed lays tons of eggs. Its compact, athletic body lends itself well to free-ranging.
With its stocky body, white feathers, and white skin the traits of the Ixworth are decidedly tilted toward the English dinner table rather than the egg tray, but the hens do lay a large number of delicious eggs.
No other plumage coloring in the chicken genome is more breathtaking than the smoky, ethereal hue of lavender. These large fowl Wyandottes are stunning examples.
This robust dual-purpose breeds is one of the first Greenfire Farms imported. To this day, it remains a favorite. If you're looking for a gentle, productive breed, the light Sussex will outperform. Our Sussex flock has been certified by the American Poultry Association.
An adept free-ranging bird from France. This mid-size bird is known for its flavorful meat and gentle disposition.
This gentle giant lays an enormous number of eggs. With its feathered shanks and cuckoo feather pattern, it's one of our most popular dual-purpose breeds, and for good reason!
Reputed to lay the best-tasting eggs in the world, our Marans were directly imported from authentic French bloodlines. Greenfire Farms is the only source of black copper Marans that have been certified by the American Poultry Association.
This crested, dual-purpose French breed is known for its mothering skills. If you're looking for a broody hen, this is your best bet!
These gorgeous, lemon-cuckoo birds are incredible examples of the 'dual-purpose' moniker. Their lovely, warm-hued plumage and gentle dispositions make them an excellent backyard attraction.
This exotic, Swedish landrace breed survived on the formidable coast of western Sweden where it scavenged fish to survive. You won't find a more tenacious free-ranger.
This incredibly unique Russian breed is especially cold-hardy. If you're interested in a breed with a really intriguing history, read on!
Regal good looks and the ability to out-lay almost any other breed can be found in this ultra-rare import from Sweden.
Almost 3' tall and with the fierce gaze of a velociraptor, the intimidating appearance of the Shamo belies its usually gentle and intelligent personality.
Who doesn't want a chicken that looks like a dalmation with a Mohawk? The Appenzeller Spitzhauben is one of our most visually interesting breeds, and Greenfire Farms went all the way to Switzerland to find and import champion bloodlines.
Touted by the Germans as having the finest quality meat, the Sulmtaler is an excellent dual-purpose breed!
A sturdier, more cold-hardy version of its distant cousin, the Ayam Cemani, the Swedish Black Hen is an utterly captivating bird. Combining practicality with bewitching good looks, this breed is definitely a conversation starter.
This beautiful Swedish landrace breed possesses all the splendor and diversity of a field of wildflowers.
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.