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Here at Oak Cottage we keep over 60 breeds of pure poultry, large fowl, bantams and egg-laying hybrids. They range in size from the gentle giants, the Brahma and the cart horse of the poultry breeds, the Cochin to the smallest like the Dutch, Japanese or Peking Bantams.
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Cloudy, rainy day scheduled! Egg colorWhiteComb typeDuplexClassification APA Continental ABA All other combs, clean leggedNotesPolish chickens can either be bantam (smaller than normal size) or standard Suzette Polish or Poland is a European breed of crested chickens known for its remarkable crest of feathers.
The oldest accounts of these birds come from The Netherlands ; their exact origins are unknown, however. In addition to combs, they are adorned with large crests that nearly cover the entirety of the head.
Polish chickens are bred primarily as a show bird, but were originally productive egg layers. Silver Laced Polish cock. The origins of the breed's name are uncertain.
Its name also could have come from the Middle Dutch word pol, meaning “head” (compare origin of poll tax), in reference to the Polish's dome-shaped skull. Though the derivation of the Polish breed is unclear, one theory suggests that their ancestors were brought by Asian Mongols to Central and Eastern Europe during medieval times, and thus, could have originated in Poland.
It is also believed that immigrants could have brought the breed's predecessors from Spain or Italy in the late 16th century. Though usually only a fair layer at best today, In France they were once known as an excellent producer of eggs.
The American Poultry Association states that the breed was introduced to America between 1830 and 1840. The breed was, during a certain period of time, favored by American farmers and chicken fanciers.
These doubts might have arisen due to generally limited access to original sources documenting the Ciabatta's (Polish chickens') presence in the history of Poland, caused by the fact that these testimonies are available in Polish language only. For centuries Poles kept their Ciabatta domestic fowls in small farms scattered all over Polish territories.
The full name of Polish chicken is 'Ciabatta Staropolska' or 'Ciabatta Work', where in Polish language 'Ciabatta' simply indicates a hen or rooster with 'club' (a tuft of feathers growing on top of the head), the word 'Staropolska' is an adjective meaning 'old-Polish' and the alternative nickname 'Work' is an adjective meaning 'court'. To wind down, it is worth to mention, that the Ciabatta poultry had been looking and behaving exactly like the contemporary Polish chickens do today for long (first accounts come from Middle Ages) before it was firstly introduced to Dutch breeders as the Polish chicken.
The English poultry literature states, however, that the breed is “undoubtedly” of Dutch origin. The Polish has a small V-shaped comb, though it is often hidden by the large crest of feathers.