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Polish

Buff Laced Polish
These very rare birds are a rich golden buff, each feather neatly laced with creamy white, and with slate blue shanks and toes. The flowing crests and sprightly carriage make them one of the most prized varieties anyone interested in beauty and unusual poultry can own.

White Crested Black Polish
The mature White Crested Black Polish represent a striking contrast in color with their body plumage of lustrous black and crests of white with a few black feathers.

Golden Polish
Here is another fine example of the crested fowl and among the most ornamental of all. These were brought to their wonderful point of development by European and English breeders as long ago as the mid 1800's.

White Polish
We call these "Snowballs" and they really do look like them with their snow white crests and pure white rounded bodies.

Silver Polish
The plumage is silvery white, each feather laced with lustrous black. Hens lay white eggs, are non-setters.