Gold Laced Polish Chicken
Though they are capable of producing around 120 small white
eggs in a given season, the Golden Laced
Polish is primarily classified as an ornamental chicken that is primarily
used for exhibition. The non-bearded
variety was admitted to the Standard in 1874 with its bearded counterpart
making the cut in 1883.
The Polish male chicken has a straight back thatÂ•Ã€_s wide
across the shoulders until it tapers down to the tail. They have a full and prominent breast with a
moderately full body that also tapers down from front to back. They have a golden bay plumage laced with a
Chicks are black and brown with a crest.Some chicks will have beards and a muff.
The Golden Laced PolishÂ•Ã€_s most noticeable trait is its knob,
or the Â•Ã€_large protuberanceÂ•Ã€_ on top of its head.
This regal knob helps the bird stand out as one of the most beautiful
and desirable ornamental breeds in the world.
Polish chickens will rarely go broody. If you are to order, you will receive a mix
of bearded and non-bearded chickens.
There is not a guaranteed ratio of bearded to non-bearded.