The German Empire Chicken , whose name may seem a bit odd from a historical point of view. The idea of a German national chicken was already in the foreground when this breed was created, but that was already around 1895. A time when many Germans first identified with many German principalities united under Bismarck.
The chicken is listed as threatened on the Red List of Endangered Pets. By the way, there is no German blood in his veins. To breed the German Empire Chicken , Asian original breeds such as Brahma, Orpington and Sussex were used, but Mediterranean breeds such as Italians and Minorca were also crossed. source:
- Rooster : 3.5kg
- Hen : 2.5kg
They lay 180 eggs in a year.
Also known by the names : Deutsche Reichshühner, Poule du Reich, Regno Todesco, Alemana Imperial, Duits Rijkshoen, Niemiecka rzeszowa, Nemecká ríšska, Německé říšské, Német Birodalmi Tyúk, Nemska Imperatorska Kokoshka