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Reviews for Faverolle

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Great chickens! -

Our faverolles, Sandy, is a gentle giant. She will eat from your hand and sit on your lap. She lays 3-5 eggs a week, and doesn't eat much considering her size. She puts up with the two pekins she lives with well, but when moulting her legs are not feathered and she can demolish her home. Her feet can get mud on them and it is fiddly to clean, but she is a lovely bird and I would recommend a faverolles to any beginner!


I wish I had started with these birds -

They are the friendliest birds and would happily sit on the back doorstep all day. They chatter constantly and whoop whoop as calls. Brilliant birds I love them dearly.


Best as pets -

My favourite chicken is Sammy, my salmon faverolle. Although not the best for eggs, they are always capable of making you laugh and great with children. True characters and great pets. They do have a habbit of eating seedlings however.


Lovely hens -

I have four large standard faverolle hens, two salmon and two cuckoo. They are a pleasure to own and follow me round the garden when ever I am outside. I would definitely recommend them to anyone who is interested in keeping hens as pets. You wont regret choosing this breed. I have just ordered four bantam faverolle chicks for this season. Can't wait to get them.


Great Birds - An Omleteer,

We have a cockerel and a hen. got them from a breeder as our road island red hen was broody. she was a great mother and now we have a fabulous pair of the most stunning birds in the garden. they stand out in the crowd. they eat out of your hand and are so friendly, the kids love them.


Faverolle - An Omleteer,

I have this breed in hens at present they are a very good layer and brooder and if crossed with light sussex even better and make a good alround hen. breedhens with light sussex roaster your chicks will come out white like the male but with the faverolle feathered cheak feathers.


GREAT BREED -

Breeders are becomming more difficult to find for this breed but if you can find a good one I highly recommend them! They are very gentle and tame easily if you treat them well. They also don't tend to dig up your garden as much as other breeds, due to their feathered feet.


GREAT BREED! -

Breeders are becomming more difficult to find for this breed but if you can find a good one I highly recommend them! They are very gentle and tame easily if you treat them well.


Beginner Friendly - An Omleteer,

These are beautiful and friendly birds. Ours are penned, but readily eat any green food stuffs put in front of them, so wouldn't think they are very garden friendly!! The hens take their time with first time egg laying, but once started lay on a regular basis, usually a egg a day. The cockerels protect their hens and call them to eat whenever food is put into the runs, which is lovely to see as they round up their hens to eat. They are robust and hardy birds that are a wonderful bird for the beginner or experienced keeper.

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