White Phoenix Standard Chicken

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  • White Phoenix – Sold as Baby Chicks Only – No Sexing Available
       Minimums – Not Sexed = 3
                                Total of 3 birds to ship       
Shipped Mid Feb thru Mid August

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Breed Facts

  • Poultry Show Class: All Other Standard Breeds, Orientals Class
  • Weights – Hen—–4 lbs
    Rooster——5 1/2 lbs
    Pullet—3 1/2 lbs
    Cockerel—–4 1/2 lbs
  • Purpose and Type: Egg Laying, Long Tail Feathers; Exhibition
  • Egg Shell Color: Cream or Tinted
  • Egg Production: Poor
  • Egg Size: Small
  • Temperament: Active
  • Fertility Percentage: 40-55%
  • Broody: Setters
  • Mating Ratio: 9 Females to 1 Male
  • Roost Height: 6+ feet
  • Country of Origin – Japan
  • APA: No
  • TLC: Not listed
  • Breeder Farm Source: Cackle Hatchery®  Poultry Breeding Farm” developing our bloodline or strain of pure White Phoenix  since 2014


The White Standard Phoenix was developed from the Onagadori Japanese breed. The Phoenix was developed in post World War II Germany. It was crossed with Onagadori (which is often confused with the Phoenix) and game birds.

Physically they are noted for their white shoulder hackles, long saddle hackles, and long tail feathers. The Phoenix was bred to have exceptionally long tails, but not to the extravagant length of the Onagadori. Their tail feathers stay blood filled which will cause them to continue to grow. The male Phoenix, depending on bloodline, can have tails that reach 4-5 feet. The hens are very broody and lay small tinted eggs. Their genes also prolong molting periods.

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2 reviews for White Phoenix Standard Chicken

  1. Virginia M

    Sweet disposition, pretty girl

    Received one of these beautiful birds as part of the Rare Breed Special back in May 2019.
    She is a beautiful, friendly girl that cohabits well with a mix of other ladies. Started laying at 6 months of age.
    This was our first “lap chicken”, and is content to either roam around the yard or sit quietly with us.
    Great addition to our backyard flock!

  2. Drew

    Good strong chicks

    I ordered 3 a month ago and still have them doing good

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