LA - BARRED HOLLANDS
by Suzanne Holland
(Saint Francisville, Louisiana)
One of our breeding roosters
Holland Farm right in the hill country of Louisiana, breeding a superior flock of Barred Hollands.
We have been working steadfastly over the past several years to bring this incredible rare breed back from the brink of obscurity. Our flock is thriving. Every hen is robust and laying lovely white eggs, as called for in the Standard.
All hens and roosters in our breeding program have the required 6 point comb, red ears, yellow beak and legs.
We have and will continue to maintain a rigorous selective breeding program and nutrition plan.
Holland Farm is part of the NPIP program and we adhere to heathly practices and bio-security to insure the health of our flock.
Please take time to visit our personal farm page on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Barredholland/ or visit our Instagram account at: https://instagram.com/barredhollandfarm
And consider joining our membership group at : https://www.facebook.com/groups/barredhollandbreed/
You can also reach us via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
And via text: 225-247-9012
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