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The Rhode Island Red is renowned for its egg laying talents, hardy qualities and laid-back personality. This chook will make a wonderful addition to any backyard flock! Check out our top 5 reasons on why we adore these girls here, http://www.backyardchickencoops.com.au/5-reasons-to-love-rhode-island-red-chickens #loveyourchickens #rhodeislandred #rhodeislandredchickens

The Rhode Island Red is renowned for its egg laying talents, hardy qualities and laid-back personality. This chook will make a wonderful addition to any backyard flock! Check out our top 5 reasons on why we adore these girls here, http://www.backyardchickencoops.com.au/5-reasons-to-love-rhode-island-red-chickens #loveyourchickens #rhodeislandred #rhodeislandredchickens

The Rhode Island Red is an all round awesome backyard breed! This chook will be an absolute joy to keep. Check out their breed profile here, http://www.backyardchickencoops.com.au/breed-profile-rhode-island-red/ #loveyourchickens #infographic #rhodeislandredchickens

The Rhode Island Red is an all round awesome backyard breed! This chook will be an absolute joy to keep. Check out their breed profile here, http://www.backyardchickencoops.com.au/breed-profile-rhode-island-red/ #loveyourchickens #infographic #rhodeislandredchickens

Urban Uses: Rhode Island Reds are excellent layers, producing five eggs per week. They are also known for their meat and are hardy enough for cold climates.

Urban Uses: Rhode Island Reds are excellent layers, producing five eggs per week. They are also known for their meat and are hardy enough for cold climates.

Want to know the PROS and CONS of Keeping Rhode Island Red Chickens. Read the full article here and tell us what you think.

PROS And CONS Of Keeping Rhode Island Red Chickens

Want to know the PROS and CONS of Keeping Rhode Island Red Chickens. Read the full article here and tell us what you think.

Sexing Rhode Island Red Chicks                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Sex Rhode Island Red Chicks

Sexing Rhode Island Red Chicks More

How to Raise Rhode Island Red Laying Hens | eHow

How to Raise Rhode Island Red Laying Hens

How to Raise Rhode Island Red Laying Hens | eHow

road island red chickens | Savvy Housekeeping » A Year Of Owning Chickens

road island red chickens | Savvy Housekeeping » A Year Of Owning Chickens

Featured Chicken Breed: Rhode Island Red  Rhode Island Red chickens are one of the most popular breeds of chickens. A dual-purpose breed, they are known to produce large volumes of brown farm fresh eggs, can thrive in colder climates and can provide both eggs and meat.

Featured Chicken Breed: Rhode Island Red Rhode Island Red chickens are one of the most popular breeds of chickens. A dual-purpose breed, they are known to produce large volumes of brown farm fresh eggs, can thrive in colder climates and can provide both eggs and meat.

Are you thinking about getting a Rhode Island Red? How about trying a New Hampshire Red instead? This is a very handsome red bird. They look similar to a Rhode Island Red, but a little larger with a smaller comb-developed for cold New Hampshire winters. These are nice, calm, red hens that will sit in your lap. They are non aggressive and good layers of light brown eggs. This American heavy is winter hardy and a great triple-purpose bird.

Are you thinking about getting a Rhode Island Red? How about trying a New Hampshire Red instead? This is a very handsome red bird. They look similar to a Rhode Island Red, but a little larger with a smaller comb-developed for cold New Hampshire winters. These are nice, calm, red hens that will sit in your lap. They are non aggressive and good layers of light brown eggs. This American heavy is winter hardy and a great triple-purpose bird.

Cold weather chickens-8 things NOT to do in winter-My Pet Chicken blog

Cold weather chickens – 8 things NOT to do to in winter

Cold weather chickens-8 things NOT to do in winter-My Pet Chicken blog

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