Scots Grey Chickens

Scots Grey Chicken
No. of Eggs
2.8/5
Easy to Keep?
3.5/5

Uses: Rare Breed, Utility – eggs.
Eggs: 180 – 200 white.
Origin: Great Britain.
Weight: Cock: 3.2Kg, Hen: 2.25Kg.
Bantam: Cock: 620-680g, Hen: 510-570g.
Colour: Steel grey background with black barring.
Useful to Know: More popular in its native country of Scotland than elsewhere in Britain.
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The Scots Grey was originally called the Scotch Grey and originated in Scotland where it has existed since the 1800’s. It was a popular breed until the 1930’s but today, there are only a small number of dedicated breeders.

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