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An ancient dual-purpose breed that hails from Austria. Great free-rangers and exceptional meat quality!
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.
This is the uber chicken: autosexing, beautiful, friendly, and it lays gorgeous jumbo eggs! If you buy just one breed, this is it.
Originating in China, Cochins are beautiful and gentle giants.
A beautiful and ultra-exotic French breed with a very unique look. A large breed with excellent taste.
A storied dual-purpose American breed returns from oblivion to grace our backyard coops.
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 breed 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.
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!
The Pita Pinta is the only chicken breed native to the Asturian region of Northern Spain where it traces its origins to the same chickens that were the foundational stock for the hardy Basque Hens.
Although almost extinct, the Shetland Hen is one of the most fascinating and intriguing landrace chickens in the world.
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.