Rhode Island White
Originating in 1888, the Rosecomb variety of the Rhode Island White was admitted to the APA in 1922. We offer the Single comb variety. The White has a broad, deep body with horizontal carriage, close tightly feathered brick- like appearance, with a broad flat head. Great winter layer of rich brown eggs, very docile and good dual layer/ meat fowl.

They are known as a dual purpose breed but because of their rapid growth and large carcass they are often used for meat. They have yellow skin, lay brown eggs and frequently go broody.


  • Breed: Heritage
  • Average Weight (lbs)
    • Hen: 7.5
    • Rooster: 9.5
  • Egg Color: brown
  • Avg Eggs Per Year: 200-280
  • Bred for Egg Producing

Sku Pullet: 34167
Sku Straight Run: 8956