Dominique Hens have a bright red rose comb and black and white barred feathers.Dominique Roosters have a stately rose comb and black and white barring, often a little lighter than the females.Dominique Chickens lay 180-260 brown eggs per year.Day Old Baby Dominique Chicks for Sale from Meyer Hatchery, America's Premier Poultry Source!


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Dominique Chicks

Dominique Chickens are known as one of the first breeds of chickens established in the United States. The name may have come from an early breed of chicken originating in Saint-Domingue, present day Haiti. Poultry lovers have been working in recent years to increase numbers of this breed, which had nearly become extinct. They are tolerant of both hot and cold climates, making them an ideal flock addition for all parts of the United States.

Dominiques are a sustainable heritage breed and lay more than 180 medium sized brown eggs per year. They have rose combs and are great foragers. Their black and white barring help provide cover while foraging. Both male and female Dominiques have yellow legs, but often, some may have a dusky color on the front of the shanks. Dominiques are often called Dominickers. 

Average mature weight: Roosters 6 1/2 lbs., Hens 4 1/2 lbs.


Class: American
Origin: United States
Comb Type: Rose Comb
Egg Color: Brown
Egg Size: Medium
Production: Good
Matures: Early
Bird Size: Medium 4 1/2 - 6 1/2 lbs
Broody: Yes
Hardiness: Very Cold Tolerant
Personality: Calm & Gentle
Breed Availability

Nov 2, 2020

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