This breed shares many characteristics with its forebears, the Rhode Island Red. They are a heavy
breed with yellow skin, bright orange eyes, a single red comb, and red earlobes and wattles. The plumage however is much
lighter than the modern-day Rhode Island Red with much more gold than brown hues. They still share the same black
lacing in the tail feathers, but New Hampshire’s also have some in their neck feathers and in their wings. They can lay up to
340 dark brown eggs per year. Temperament: New Hampshire’s are a docile, calm, and friendly breed that do well in
backyards and gardens.
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