A hen belonging to an Offaly farmer has broken a world record for having two clutches of live chicken in just 55 days.

"Sally has made history in the poultry world," said farmer John Dolan,  who runs a farm local to Banagher in Co Offaly.

Sally had two clutches of live chickens in 55 days, the latest seeing her deliver 11 live chickens from 12 eggs, reports Offaly Express.

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This isn’t the first time the Offaly farmer has made headlines for his incredible hens. Last year, his hen Marmalade entered the Guinness Book of Record for having hatched 107 chickens in two years before she died in February. The famous hen was named the Grand Marshal of the Banagher St. Patrick’s Day parade in 2018. 

"Marmalade's world record holder will never be broken by any hen. She hatched 181 chickens in total with 18 clutches in four years,” said Dolan.

Earlier this year, Marmalade’s daughter Little Chip caused a stir after having 20 chicks hatched from 26 eggs laid at the first attempt.

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Dolan now claims Sally's new record for two clutches in just 55 days will never be broken.

"That is some world record following in the footsteps of my famous hen Marmalade," he said.

Hen and chicks on grass (Stock Photo). Michelle Bowers / EyeEm/Getty Images