Lyonnaise are virtually unknown outside of their native France, and they are so rare that even in the erudite Aviculture Europe this fascinating chicken is listed under “Unknown Breeds.” Lyonnaise were created by Monsieur Etienne Tamburini of Lyon, France, in the 1950s, and it was almost two decades before this mid-sized large fowl was formally recognized as a breed. The breed was intended as a table fowl, and it is known for its excellent white meat. The hens lay medium-sized white eggs. Lyonnaise seem to excel at free range living even in a predator-rich environment.There are two varieties of Lyonnaise –frizzled and flat feathered Irish Acres breeds both varieties
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