National Geographic : 1927 Apr
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE CRESTED AND BEARDED HOUDAN .(SEE TEXT, PAGE 437) This striking five-toed French fowl is not a mere freak of the poultry world but is a highly valued table bird and is one of the few breeds of France that has been successfully introduced abroad. Two varieties are recognized in America-the Mottled and the White. () National geographic Society ENGLAND'S POPULAR SPECKLED SUSSEX (SEE TEXT, PAGE 441) The first Sussex were brought to America at the beginning of this century. Of the three varieties, Light, Red, and Speckled, only the last two are recognized as standard breeds in this country.