Barred Plymouth Rock
The Plymouth Rock was developed in America in the middle of the 19th century and was first exhibited in Boston, Massachusetts as a breed in 1849. The Plymouth Rock became popular very rapidly, and in fact, until World War II, no breed was ever kept and bred as extensively as these birds. Its popularity came from its qualities as an outstanding farm chicken: hardiness, docility, broodiness, excellent production of brown eggs, and meat that was considered tasty and juicy. The Plymouth Rock was one of the foundation breeds for the broiler industry in the 1920's.
We started with some lines direct from Good Shephard and then added some lines that are a combination Guy Roy and Good Shephard. We are looking forward to showing this young flock in the fall!
Livestock Conservation status "Recovering"
These are sold as females only. If you want a breeding quality rooster E-mail us through the Contact Us tab.