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!
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.
What this tiny Swedish landrace breed lacks in size, it more than makes up for with boldness and charm. Once exceptionally rare, this breed has gained a cult following in the U.S.
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!
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.
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 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.