Rare Breed Poultry Farms is a 4th generation farm in the US MidWest. Around 2008 RBPF began a voyage beyond brooding and hatching traditionally known layer flocks and began raising Seramas, micro-chickens of Malaysian origin. Within two years the variety of rare breeds circled the globe and landed in Indiana explains founder Rachael Wolfe "First you have laying pullets for the neighbors, imported English Orphingtons, pet faves like the Polish, anything w/ furry feet and a top knot, snow chickens (some laying eggs @ 5 below zero), those little Malaysian fireballs (weighing less than 12 oz.), show quality chickens for FFA and 4H kids, free-ranging meat chickens and auto-sexing chickens." RBPF is intent on saving breeds disappearing in other countries and protecting the rarest birds in the world: Ayam Cemani and Svart Hona (Swedish Black Flower).
In an on-going effort to fight crime RBPF collects unwanted roosters from other trusted breeders. The roosters are pasture raised and at the end of their life butchered and donated to local food banks. A few months scratching ground, catching bugs and playing in the sun. RBPF helps disabled and stay-at-home Mom's and families w/ providing small flocks of rare breed chickens and teach how to make extra money to make ends meet while at home.
We're looking in the future to import and continue to save more breeds from extinction around the globe. We're not the first to come up with this concept, hats off to folks like Green Fire Farms who have made a large contribution in protecting and sharing these beautiful rare breeds.
A place for chicken fanciers to swap eggs.
Go to Crazy Pet Lady's Egg Swap
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