Sorry; we no longer carry Sicilian Buttercups.
This exceedingly rare breed hails from Sicily as its name suggests. Its namesake, the buttercup-shaped comb, is totally unique in the poultry world. The American Standard of Perfection notes that 100% of the Buttercup stock in North America came from hatching eggs brought here in 1892. "Buttercups," as they're called, are good layers of a small-ish white egg.
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