About Ambresse.com: This website is an informational website about American Bresse Chickens, and is produced by Ambresse Acres, a hobby farm featuring American Bresse Chickens.
Ambresse.com is an informational website about American Bresse Chickens.
The new-to-North America chicken breed, American Bresse Chickens, is a very exciting and promising one. It brings to the poultry world in a single breed the very best of both egg-layers and meat birds. Especially meat birds. American Bresse chickens, properly finished, have been described as the most delicious chicken on the planet.
The breed is an ancient one in France. It has recently been imported into the United States, where it is being called by a different working name in North America. Details of this history are here.
Ambresse.com's home page went live on August 17, 2021. The mission of this website is four-fold:
We'll be adding information, photos, and webpages as quickly as possible.
If you'd like to know what this website may look like in a few more months or years, you can see examples in my other two websites, which are linked below: Raising-Rabbits.com, and MyPortAngeles.com.
Guest Post Opportunities:
Additionally, Ambresse.com will welcome guest authors, chefs familiar with serving American Bresse entrees, and American Bresse breeders to contribute guest posts on this website. Full attribution and links are always gratefully given. Feel free to contact me with article ideas or questions.
This Ambresse.com website is sponsored by Ambresse Acres. I am the owner, author, and webmaster of the website, AND the main chicken keeper at Ambresse Acres.
I became aware of the American Bresse breed by accident in early 2020. At the time, the breed had been in the United States for only 9 years. Almost no one seemed to be aware of it.
Up until 2020, I had spent much of my time writing a website about rabbits. This was because my husband's job driving large tractor-trailers for huge egg ranches precluded my ability to raise chickens lest he would accidentally track disease into their barns and cause bazillions of dollars in losses.
When he changed jobs, I went back to chicken-keeping, running barnyard chickens under the rabbit cages. It was perfect - they ate the flies, maggots, and bugs (even a mouse or two), and churned up the rabbit droppings until they were perfect for the garden. Their eggs were a delicious bonus.
I raised many rabbits in those days, wrote website pages about every aspect of raising rabbits, and took thousands of photos.
I invented an easy-to-use and easy-to-clean rabbit caging system, and wrote some more.
www.Raising-Rabbits.com is the successful fruit of that labor, which also includes the publication of a very helpful book, Rabbit Raising Problem Solver, by Storey Publications, which is also the publisher of Storey's Guide to Raising Rabbits, and Storey's Guide to Raising Chickens.
The Raising-Rabbits website now ranks within the top 0.05% of all websites for traffic as measured by Alexa.com (91,045 on 9/6/2021). It's pretty amazing. Of course I'm gunning for the same success with Ambresse.com...
Huh?? The comment was made in a Facebook convo, and virtually everyone on that thread was asking...
WHAT breed is THAT??
Being utilitarian by nature and more than a little interested in self-sufficiency, I was immediately fascinated by this new American Bresse breed.
The rabbits are gone. Instead, I'm LOVING the American Bresse. That is why I embarked on the Ambresse website and the challenge of improving a flock of American Bresse through selective breeding.
Ambresse Acres is "ruled" by 3 roosters, 17 hens in three pens, and a good number of upcoming youngsters. There is lots of room to grow the flock, and room for improvement in the flock itself. I am very excited for the challenges ahead.
I hope you will join American Bresse breeders on the journey!
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