The Ixworth chickens is a British breed of domestic white chicken. It is named after the Suffolk village of Ixworth, where it was founded in 1932. It was bred as a fast growing, quality cattle breed with adequate egg laying abilities.
There is only one variety White, which has pinkish-white legs and a beak with completely white feathers. The scallops are pea-shaped and the eyes are orange to red in color.
An Ixworth dwarf was created in 1938; Appleyard thought it was better than the standard size bird.
- Rooster ; 4kg
- Hen ; 3kg