Our breeding group of White Orpingtons carry all the standard Orpington traits,but are definately one of our more prolific egg layers.
Our original birds were sourced from Bob Follows in 2010 and we have worked very hard to breed our group of two cockbirds and six hens to the standard we have today.
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White Orpington Chicken
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The White Orpington was created around 1888 to 1893. There is some confusion as to how these bird were created,with one school of thought stating that they were the offspring from a Buff Orpington mated with a White Cochin. However William Cooks version states that they are the result of crossing and recrossing White Dorkings and Silver Spangled Hamburgs which would explain the fact that they are one of the better egg layers of all the Orpingtons.
White Orpingtons are bred as much for their looks and temperament as for their egg laying capabilities. A healthy White Orpington hen should lay 140 – 220 eggs per year and achieve a weight of between 7 – 10lbs and a cock bird should achieve a weight of between 10 -12lbs.