White Polish Chickens are ornamental and fancy, with pure white feathers, red wattles, and slate blue beaks, legs, and feet. They have a crest of fluffy white feathers on their heads and fluffy white feathering around their chin and neck. White Polish Chickens are great for exhibition and make good pets. They are winter hardy, lay approximately 200 medium to large white eggs per year, and do not tend to go broody. Roosters generally weigh 6lbs and hens 4.5lbs. The breed originated in Netherlands and is APA recognized, shown in the Continental Class. This variety is bearded.
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