Legbar

The Legbar is a rare British autosexing chicken breed. It was created in the early twentieth century by Reginald Crundall Punnett and Michael Pease at the Genetical Institute of Cambridge University. This breed is fabulous for backyarders for several reasons. Firstly, their eggs are a beautiful blue. Learn more about this amazing heritage chicken breed!

The breed was created by crossing Brown Leghorns and Barred Rock and the Araucana.

Cream Legbar chickens are best known for laying beautiful blue eggs. The Araucana is the source of the. Why did the chicken cross the Atlantic? Apparently to lay mountains of pastel eggs.

With its spiky feather crest and its . The chicks can be sexed at a day ol according to their appearance. They are classed as pure breeds as their offspring will also remain . The Club is proud to include .

For more details, see our varieties page. It is now a rare breed which was developed in the early 20th century. The genetic variations differentiate the colors and patterns. Vibrant, sky blue to pastel green eggs are just one desirable trait about this striking beauty. Additionally, they are auto-sexing, a genetic trait that enables chicks to be . Incubating and hatching yourself is a great way to get these blue layers!

Climate Tolerance: All Climates. Egg Productivity: Medium. You can tell the sex of the chick at the time of hatch and they breed true.

Then I show them a picture and they say oh yeah, my cousin had one of those. Find local cream legbar hen classified ads for sale in the UK and Ireland. Buy and sell hassle free with Preloved!

Rasen er avlet fram fra brun leghorn, tverrstripet Plymouth Rock og Araucana. De er livlige høns som liker å vandre fritt og ha god plass. De har gode produksjonsegenskaper og legger flotte grønne egg. De legger ca 2egg i året.

It was created by Reginald Crundall Punnett and Michael Pease in the early twentieth century at the Genetical Institue of Cambridge University.

It was developed by cross- breeding the Gold Legbar with White Leghorn and creme-colored Araucanas chicken. For the city folk who wants backyard chickens. They have become immensely popular to keep as laying hens.