Cinnamon Queen hens will begin laying at an earlier age than most other breeds, and they are excellent layers of large, brown eggs. They are overall hardy birds.
Like several other sex-linked breeds, Cinnamon Queen Chickens were developed to meet the needs of modern flock keepers. Most people who keep chickens are looking for excellent egg production, and Cinnamon Queens certainly deliver. Cinnamon Queens are a cross of a Rhode Island Red male and the Rhode Island White female. They do not breed true.
They are also sexable upon hatching. If you live in an area that does not allow roosters, you need to know the sex of your chicks right away. Female Cinnamon Queen chicks are reddish-brown and male chicks are white.
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