Gold Laced Polish Chickens are primarily used for egg production, exhibition and make great pets. They are a docile/flighty bird that lay approximately 200 medium to large white eggs per year. Roosters generally weigh 6lbs and hens 4.5lbs. The breed originated in Netherlands and are APA recognized. They are shown in the Continental Class. Gold Laced Polish Chickens do not tend to go broody. This variety is bearded.
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