The Rhodebar is an auto-sexable chicken breed that was developed in the 1900s in the United Kingdom. It was created to serve as an excellent laying breed that could be easily distinguishable from male or female at an early age.
Rhodebars' have an upright carriage with broad and long, horizontal backs. Their tail is quite small for their size. The comb, earlobes, face and wattles are red and the beak is red-horn or yellow. Their eyes are orange or red.