any of a breed of domestic chicken with white or gray, barred plumage: formerly raised esp. for its eggs and meat, now usually kept for crossbreeding
Origin of Plymouth Rockafter Plymouth Rock
boulder at Plymouth, Mass., where the Pilgrims who sailed on the Mayflower are said to have landed in 1620
Any of an American breed of medium-sized domestic chickens raised for both meat and eggs.
Origin of Plymouth RockAfter Plymouth Rock, legendary landing place of the Pilgrims in 1620.
barred Plymouth Rock rooster
- The traditionally accepted landing site of the Mayflower settlers to America in 1620.
- http://www.pilgrimhall.org/Rock.htm - 13k -
- A breed of poultry.
- "The Plymouth Rock was a popular old fashioned utility bird. It's a gorgeous looking bird — proud and beautifully feathered. It should lay a large brown egg and plenty of them — at least 200 a year and ideally 285."