Just 2 Old English Sheepdogs hanging out.
Deborah Vivien Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire with her chickens, Bruce Weber, 1995 The Duchess of Devonshire (in this photo at age 90) breed in the wild up to 250 chickens on his estate of over 35,000 acres.
Cochins are known the world over for being big friendly balls of fluff and feathers. They don't lay well but are very popular because of their sweet personality and fantastic mothering qualities. Cochins became famous in the 1800s when this Chinese breed was given as a gift to Queen Victoria
Polish frizzle bantam ... Love this one! One of the more unusual looking chickens you may run across is the Frizzle. Frizzled chickens are not so much a breed, as a type of bird. Any breed of chicken can be bred to be frizzled, but the most commonly seen Frizzles are based on Cochins, Plymouth Rocks, Japanese, and Polish chickens. Can we talk about having an exotic chicken coop, please?