Buff Orpington
The Buff Orpington is on the
The Livestock Conservancy
recovering list.
Our Buff Orpingtons include blood lines from Marc Sacre's imported buffs (from Marc Sacre directly) as well as a
few other quality lines to make up our own line of beautiful Buff Orpingtons.

We no longer have Greenfire Farms buffs due to the consistent issue with black feathers in the tail and wing tips.  I have read that black
speckling is not a huge issue but we were seeing a little more than was acceptable.
Buff Orpington
Marc Sacre - Imported
Recognized by APA
Variety information:
No leg feathering (could still show up from time
to time as with all imported orps)
.  This line of
Buff Orpingtons are of average size.
What to expect in breeding:
This variety breeds true.  The pictures here are a
representative of the quality you can expect to
produce. Can be bred to quality American buffs
for gene diversity
Release Date - 2014
Egg Laying - Fertility - Good,150-180 eggs per
.  Can be Broody - Peak laying is between 8-18
months, once hens reach 2 years old longer intervals
between laying after molt could be expected.
Egg production can be increased by crossing to quality
American Buffs