Czech Gold Brindled chickens ;
The Czech golden-spotted hen is the original old regional breed, which has been bred in the Czech Republic for centuries. In its current form, it was bred at the beginning of the 20th century from the remains of the original Czech peasant hens bred in the villages of Komorovice and Dobronín. These properties predetermine it especially for breeding in large enclosures.
Characteristics of the breed ;
The Czech hen is of a light type, of medium body frame, with a well-muscled body of a cylindrical shape, of medium height, with a smaller head with a fine leaf crest and a higher-bearing, rich tail. The color of the skin is white.
Color strokes ;
Classic and small Czech hens most often occur in the form of golden speckled hens. However, you can also find partridges, white, silver partridges and more in the farms.
- Rooster: 2.3 – 2.8 kg
- Hen: 2.0 – 2.5 kg
The laying is 150-190 eggs with a cream-colored to light brown shell, where the minimum weight of hatching eggs is 55 g.
Also known by the names : Tschechische Hühner, Poule Tchèque, Czech Pollo, Checa Pollo, Tsjechische Kip, Czeska Kuram, Česká Sliepka, České Sepice