Silkie chicken farming

Silkie chicken farming  - Nigeria
Silkie chicken farming  - Nigeria
Silkie chicken farming  - Nigeria
Silkie chicken farming  - Nigeria
Silkie chicken farming  - Nigeria
  • Silkie chicken farming  - Nigeria
  • Silkie chicken farming  - Nigeria
  • Silkie chicken farming  - Nigeria
  • Silkie chicken farming  - Nigeria
  • Silkie chicken farming  - Nigeria
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Start Profitable Silkie Chicken Farming Business

Silkie chicken farming is very popular throughout the world. Because it is one of the most popular and beloved ornamental chicken breed. And it is one of the most entertaining birds to watch. It is very popular among the hobby poultry keepers.

The breed was named as ‘Silkie chicken’, mainly because of it’s a typical fluffy plumage, which is said to feel like silk. It has hair-like plumage, which is considered as actual mammalian fur.

The Silkie chicken is also known simply as ‘Silky’, and it is a very old Asiatic chicken breed. Exact origin of this breed is uncertain, although these birds have been around for several hundred years. It is thought to be originated in China, India or Japan. But the exact location from where they were developed or found is unknown.

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The Silkie chickens arrived in Europe around 200 years ago, and reached the United Kingdom around the mid 1880s. These birds were first admitted into the American Poultry Association’s Standard of Perfection in 1874.

Today, the Silkie chickens very popular throughout the world mainly as an ubiquitous ornamental chicken breed. But they are also kept for exhibition purpose. There is a bantam version of this breed available.

However, you can start commercial Silkie chicken farming business. You will be able to make good profit from this business, as the Silkie is an ornamental chicken breed. The ornamental chicken breeds are generally sold at very high pr

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