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The Crevecoeur

The Crevecoeur chicken is the oldest of the standard-bred fowls of France, having been documented since 1700, although many believe it has existed much longer. The breed originated in a small town in Normandy, France, Crève-Coeur en Ange.

Crevecoeur chickens are a solid black colored with males having an iridescent quality to their tail feathers. they are a compact bird with well-proportioned bodies and short blue-grey legs. The most notable feature about the Crevecoeur is their solid black crests and beards. They are quiet and deliberate in movement, and are moderately shy in nature.

Contact us about availability. We will have eggs, chicks, juveniles, and pullets.

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