Buff Plymouth Rocks ;
initially looked like Rhode Island Red when they were first developed in the mid-1800s. The name “Buff” is derived from American breeder Mr. Buffington, and only then farmers Buff adopted as the color.
Buff Plymouth Rock is the third variety of Plymouth Rock that was adopted for the standard of excellence in 1892.
British manufacturers create their own fan strain, developed from Cochins and Orpingtons, and then cross them with US birds.
Buff Plymouths heavy and broad chest, with chunky legs and soft, loose hair, similar to Orpington. Color is a warm golden yellow that can be described as strawberry and a little grainy.
Buff stone cold chicken brown egg layers and good spring final coating.
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