6 Margaret Terrace, Blaen Gwynfil, Port Talbot,
SA13 3UU
UK"; $aka = ""; $history = "The name of the Australorp Chickens is an abbreviation of Australian Black Orpington and was claimed by Mr W Cook to be the origin of the Orpington having gone to Australia and later returned as a more utility bird. The Australorp Chickens came back into Britain in 1921 and remain a very docile utility bird the main differences being a tighter / flatter feathering than the Orpingtons and a longer body shape."; $characteristics = "The Australorp Chickens is a medium weight, active bird laying a tinted egg and is a valuable bird for those who like eggs without sacrificing too much value in meat quality.

A deep long bodied very placid bird with a full breast compact wings and very pronounced eyes within a clear unfeathered face. White soles to the feet and white toe nails, large and miniature available."; $breed_tips = ""; $purpose = "Egg layer"; $classification = "Heavy / Soft feather"; $origin = "Great Britain"; $egg_color = "Tinted brown"; $egg_numbers = "200 per annum"; include "template_chicken_breeds.php"; ?>