Standard Old English Game

Standard Old English Game chickens are among the oldest breeds of fowl. They are noted for their courage and indomitable spirit. An Old English Game male is extremely territorial and will defend his ground against other invading roosters. For this reason, separate males after they reach six months of age.

The standard Old English Game chicken breed is an excellent choice for someone looking for a free range flock of poultry. The suggested male to female ratio is one rooster and 10 hens.

All varieties of Standard Old English Game chickens hatch and ship from February through September. You can place your order as early as November. For more information check our availability chart for current shipping months, review our FAQs, or contact us.

NOTE: Some of our photographs depict Old English Game fowl with comb, ear lobes, and wattles dubbed (cut off). Entering a poultry show with non-dubbed males of the Old English breed is a disqualification. Check your local or state poultry association and related clubs for upcoming shows, and check out your state fair poultry show dates. This breed competes for ribbons with other breeds listed in the class “All Other Standard Breeds — Games.”

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