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Weird Silkie Chicken Breed Facts

Come explore weird Silkie chicken breed facts and other tidbits will have you make you smile and want to get a Silkie in your flock.

Chickens are becoming much more popular to own. While once thought of as farm birds, people with large yards or property, even some with green space in cities, have started keeping chickens for their fresh eggs and eventually meat.

However, one type of chicken that is often forgotten or overlooked, maybe due to its uniqueness, is the Silkie chicken.

If you aren’t aware what a Silkie is, they’re those extra fluffy chickens that usually have black feathers and little tufts of hair on top of their heads.
Silkie chickens are adorable and they make amazing addition to your homestead flock. However, before you go out and buy some, you might want to do a little research. This guide will take you through some Silkie facts that might help you decide if Silkies are the chickens for you.

In this guide, you’ll find out:

– Why Silkies are fluffy
– What color their skin, bones, and ears are
– Other physical traits the Silkie chicken has
– Why they make good addition to your flock
– What countries find Silkies to be a delicacy
– What makes Silkie mothers so great

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Weird Silkie Chicken Breed Facts

If you aren’t convinced that Silkie chickens are the ones for you, read over the guide. You’ll fall in love with them before you’re done!

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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