Rhode Island red

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Rhode Island red

a deep red-brown, dual-purpose poultry breed which lays a deep brown egg. It has a single comb, with clean yellow legs.
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Back then I didn't know a Rhode Island Red from a Leghorn, so I picked by colon I picked a white one, a red, a yellow, brown and black.
But Evelyn's two dozen Rhode Island Reds and Black Minorcas and her husband Eitel's 50 racing pigeons have done well under these conditions.
Large fowt: Wyandottes, Rhode Island Reds, Rhode Island Whites, Java, Giants, Buckeye, Dominique, Brahma, Langshan, Cochins, Dark Brown and Black Leghorn, Spanish, Dorking, R.
Our new hens are a lovely, friendly flock - a mixture of Black Rocks, Rhode Island Reds and Warrens - and they've settled in really well.
They've been bred by crossing Rhode Island Reds with Barred Plymouth Rocks - the latter breed being used to create the Black Rock, too.
Breeds developed from Games include Cornish, Rhode Island Reds, Chanticlers and Buckeyes.
I have been told that most folks kill off the unwanted peeps, but I thought it would be better to raise them up and butcher the little Rhode Island Reds.
At present we have three sweet Rhode Island Reds named Mary Lou, Betty Lou, and Skyheart living there and they like it just fine.
Now the Rhode Island Reds are a little too big, so they have moved into the dog run.
After bringing home one-day-old chicks from a hatchery, we set up 20 Black Australorps and five Rhode Island Reds from our hen, in our kitchen.

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