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Sussex chickens have an ancient history, they can be traced back to the British Isles AD 43 when they were under Roman control. These hearty birds weigh 7-9lbs and can lay 260 large cream eggs per year. They come in a variety of colors especially since their rescue of extinction back in 1903 with a speech, from a poultry author Edward Brown, inspiring local farmers to find pure forms of this bird and to bring back a large populous.