Blue Isbar Chickens

Isbar Chickens

Blue Isbar Chickens

Isbar Chickens (pronounced “Ice Bar”) were created by a Catholic Monk named Martin Silverudd. He is believed to have crossed the Rhode Island Red, New Hampshire and the sex link Cream Legbar chicken breeds to create the Isbar Chicken. The Isbar is a cold-hardy breed which produces 150 to 200 eggs per year that come in a variety of shades of solid green or spotted green. Our Isbar hens are consistently out laying every other breed on the farm right through the cold winter. Isbars come in three colors blue, black, and splash. Since Isbar chickens do not breed true to their color, you will get different colors based upon the parents color. So for breeding purposes you truly want a mix of all 3 colors in your flock. That is what we have here at Omega Hills Farm. Our isbar chicks come in all three colors but they are weighted toward producing more blue than anything else. Our Isbar eggs are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you are going to get.

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