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Salmon Faverolle Chicks

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Num. Birds 1-24 25-49 50-99 100+
Price per Bird $3.69 $3.59 $3.39 $2.99
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Price: $3.69
Breed Specific Minimum: 5

Availability: Hatching and Shipping in 3-5 Weeks

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Salmon Faverolle Chicken

The Salmon Faverolle Chicken is a wonderfully colored breed with a few neat fancy features in addition to its calm and dignified demeanor. The Salmon Faverolle Chicken has been bred in France since the 1850s, and originated from crossing Houdans, Dorkings, and some Asiatic Breeds. In France it was known for its egg laying and its fine table quality.

Salmon Faverolle Chickens is the most popular color variety of Faverolle Chickens and are one of the few standard breeds that lay creamy and tinted colored eggs. This breed was originally used for its dual purpose meat and egg production, and though the Faverolle Chicken it still has these productive capacities, many people are now choosing this cute and calm breed as house or backyard additions to the family.

The Salmon Faverolle Chicken has several fancy features that add to its aesthetic appeal. It's beard, muffs, feathered feet, and its five toes set it apart from many other standard and bantam breeds. Many chicken lovers choose the Salmon Faverolle bantam breed for an indoor breed because of their calmness and their adaptability to human environments.
Product Facts

Salmon Faverolle Chicken Info

  • Adult Weight - Male: about 8 pounds ; Female: 6.5 pounds
  • Color - Males: Iridescent black and green colored breast, abdomen, and tail feathers; white plumage on the top and sides of their head, brilliant bronze coloring on their wings and saddle, black beards; Females: Creamy white beard and breast, golden honey and salmon colored plumage on saddle wings and tail.
  • Purpose - Ornamental and Dual Purpose
  • Egg Production - Good
  • Egg Color - Medium Tinted
  • Country of Origin -France

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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 18 Write a review.

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not so good at adapting April 28, 2015
Reviewer: Jacqualynn Jones from Belgrade, MT United States  
Three of the salmon faverolle chics died within the first three days.  They were super small compared to others maybe it was too much for them with the jumbo cornish cross chics.

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Growing fast after 10 days April 26, 2015
Reviewer: Alvaro Maranhao from Saint petersburg, FL United States  
Doing all fine 50 animals from different breeds , the Salmon Faverolle 1 male and 4 female after 10 days having wings feathers growing , so cute too.

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arrival/care April 22, 2015
Reviewer: Heidi Pennington from Hastings, MI United States  
healthy chicks

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Faverolle chicks April 7, 2015
Reviewer: Suzette Carlin from Wellsville, NY United States  
Sadly I lost 3 of these little ones within an hour of receiving them.

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Interesting and unusual July 17, 2014
Reviewer: Jessie Wheeler from Pulaski, TN United States  
Chicks are a week old now, growing fast. Assimilating to barn life well.   A little more shy and anxious than my Wyandotte and Orpington chicks. Still relatively friendly and easy to handle, though a little apprehensive/nervous about handling. Very cute in appearance and curious in nature. Lost one chick the first day, though she seemed very weak/distressed from the voyage upon arrival. All others (4) appeared healthy upon arrival and show no signs of illness currently.

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