Arthur Rice Photos in Fancy Fowl

Arthur Rice Photos in Fancy Fowl

Stuart did an interview with Grant Brereton, the Editor of Fancy Fowl. If you don’t already subscribe to Fancy Fowl, you should as it’s an awesome read. http://www.fancyfowl.com/volume-36/october-2016/

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Mr Arthur Rice and his photography

Mr Arthur Rice and his photography During the Twentieth Century there were many people who took photographs of poultry and waterfowl. However, one man perfected the art more successfully than anyone else, that man was Arthur Rice. He was in his own right a specialist breeder and judge at all the classic shows, his favourite […]

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Fun Facts About Chickens

14 Fun Facts About Chickens 1 ) The chicken, Gallus gallus domesticus, is a domestic subspecies of the red junglefowl, a member of the pheasant family that is native to Asia. Genetic studies have found that the grey junglefowl also contributed to the chicken’s evolution. 2 ) This bird was probably first domesticated for the […]

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The Belgian Bantam Club of Australia

  Did you know that about The Belgian Bantam Club of Australia, Inc.? Do have a look at their webpage. On their site you will find information, photos and illustrations all relating to this lovely breed. Their Club Secretary would be happy to supply any additional information you may require. You will also find a full copy of […]

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History of Poultry

Four thousand years is a fair old time for chickens to have been domesticated. They originate from the Red Jungle Fowl (Gallus gallus, a small pheasant of Asia) and have provided us with eggs, fresh meat and feathers plus some truly horrible traditional medicines. Domestic ducks are all descended from the lascivious ubiquitous mallard (Anas […]

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