Rose Comb Brown Leghorns
These have exactly the same plumage color as the S.C. variety, but instead of the straight blade single combs they have rose combs, which are low, solid, thick, and covered with small rounded points. Lays white eggs.
This variety is rare and unusual.It looks similar to a Rhode Island Red (RIR) except the ear lobes of the RIR are not white. Imagine a rich, brilliant red plumage color combined with a graceful carriage, sweeping tail, white ear lobes, and yellow shanks and toes. Lays white eggs.
Single Comb Brown Leghorns
These are generally recognized as the most colorful of the Leghorn family and like all Leghorns lay white eggs, are nonsetters, have large combs and white ear lobes, and yellow skin, shanks and feet. Brown Leghorns have been improved over the years by the introduction of the world famous Danish strain.
Silver Spangled Hamburgs
These are one of the snappiest, most alert breeds on the poultry list. Of rather small size, with light but sweeping, graceful outlines, they are elegant and beautiful. They have a kind of bright cheerfulness about them when foraging over open range and they love this kind of situation. Lays white eggs.
In 1917, the first time he made an exhibit at the Iowa State Fair, he won a blue ribbon on his prize Black Minorca cockerel, and it gave him a thrill he never got over.The hens lay white eggs.
Brown Egg layers