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Speckledy Chickens

Breed Rating (24 Reviews)


Speckledy History

The Speckledy is a modern hybrid and comes from a Rhode Island Red crossed with a Maran. The feathering closely resembles that of a Maran but it is a far more prolific egg layer. They are large yet elegant birds with a deep breast, upward pointing tail and pale legs. The comb is medium, red and serrated and the face is smooth. The earlobes and wattles are small and smooth and the beak curved and mottled. They have pale bay eyes.

Speckledy Behaviour

The Speckledy is a docile, easily handled bird. They are excellent and reliable layers of dark chestnut brown eggs which are usually speckled. The eggshells are particularly strong and the yolks deep yellow. They are well suited to free ranging and enjoy foraging. Their feathers are silky soft and abundant.

Speckledy Varieties

Speckledys are cuckoo coloured with the colouration ranging from very dark grey to silver.

Speckledy Pictures

Chickens in the run of Omlet Eglu Cube Large Chicken Coop and Run
A speckledy chicken looking into our cage.
A close up photo of a speckledy chicken.
A woman holding a speckledy chicken.
Speckledy chicken enjoying some fruit treats.
My speckledy in her run
Our 2 day old speckledy chick.
Pudding at 12 weeks
A speckledy chicken walking across some grass
GorGeous galax
Violet - a handsome spekledy hen.
A pretty speckleday chicken.
Our speckledy chicken roaming the garden.
A speckley chicken.
A speckledy pullet walking in a garden.
A speckledy pullet looking pretty
A speckledy pullet close up.
Speckledy Chicken with snow
Speckledy Hen with chick on back
Chicken in garden with Omlet Chicken Fencing
Chicken in garden
Chicken in run looking outside
Speckled Sussex in run

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Latest Reviews For Speckledy (5 of 24)

I think mine are speckledys but..... - Grant,

Mine lay a cream shelled egg!

Good - Miai,

Mine do not seem to mind being cooped up in a chicken house with a yard. I love their feathers too!!!

sweet as sugar - Lisa, Cheshire,

speckledys are a fabulous chook to own, they tame quickly , mature quickly , lay beautiful eggs on an almost daily basis . They become hand tame in no time and dont mind being handled as theyre so docile so are great for first time owners. Theyre a big daft chunky bird with a wonderful temperament and a pleasure to own :)

Good or disappointing - Amanda,

I had three 'proper' speckledies and they were great - lovely brown eggs, plenty of them and fun to have around. I recently bought some others described as speckledies but they were more stripey in appearance. Their eggs are a much lighter colour and they tend to be too large and suffer from thin shelled eggs. There seem to be a lot of these around nowadays. The real speckledy should be quite hard to tell from a pure breed cuckoo marans in appearance and the eggs should be brown.

Shy, Productive and Hardy Breed - Fenner,

These chickens are calm collected birds with beautiful feathers! I've found that their eggs are tall and thin and whilst cooking with them their yolk never splits open after cracking into the egg - They enjoy company of other birds and are relatively docile and not very flighty. They are most suited to being let free - range as they would rather dig up their own dinner instead of pecking it out of your hands or going over to the food bowl. For this reason they don't need too much food to produce hard shelled healthy eggs. These birds demand routine for feeding getting up in the morning and being put to bed! They need space has they easily get scared after being left in the run. Give them time to adjust because out of all the hens in your flock these will probably be the quietest and most shy. I suggest you don't just keep them for eggs or for "fun" as they are a somewhat small commitment.