Dorkings are one of the most ancient of domesticated poultry breeds. They were brought to Great Britain by the Romans with Julius Caesar. Silver-Gray Dorking chicks have brown backs with white chipmunk streaks down the back. The wing tips, chest, abdomen and face are white. They have single combs and clean, white five toed feet and legs. Adult males have silvery white head, hackle, saddle and wing front plumage while the remaining feathers are black. The adult female has a silvery white neck and head, with the neck plumage having a black stripe. The breast and front of the neck are reddish salmon while the back, body, wing fronts and wing bows are gray, finely stippled with silvery white.

Egg Color: TINTED
Egg Size: MEDIUM
Rate of Lay: 156/Year
Broodiness: Yes

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$6.99 per Chick