Lakenvelder Chickens The Lakenvelder Chickens are an old established breed of German origin, having been known since the 1830's. About 1860 it was bred to a considerable extent in Westfalen and the Northern part of the Rhine province Known as a colour pattern in birds found since 1700 in the small village Lakervelt; near the Eastern corner osf Southern Holland.
*CRITICAL* The Sumatra chicken is distinctive and beautiful, with long flowing curves, abundant feathering, and a rich green sheen. Originally from the Isles of Sumatra, Java, and Borneo in Indonesia, the breed developed through living wild and being shaped by its environment. Sumatra hens lay an abundant number of white, or lightly tinted, eggs and are considered excellent winter layers. They are also among the best of mothers and broodies. Adults and chicks are very hardy and easy to raise.