German Langschan ;
Very docile and quick confident, With his upright posture and broad chest, the German Langschan resembles an Asian fighting chicken. In fact, it was first bred from Croad-Langschans, a chicken breed that came to England from China in 1872. When they were imported to Germany only seven years later, the Croad-Langschan crossed the country with Minorkas and Plymouth Rocks. The purpose of this cross was a bare-footed high standing chicken with good spawning performance and also a good meat set so that it could be used as a slat.
- Rooster: 3 – 4.5 kg
- Hen: 2.5 – 3.5 kg,
Today there are 4 shades of black, white, brown breasted and covered in blue.
Features and performance;
The spawning capacity of the German Langschan increases to 180 in the first year of ovulation and up to 120 in the second year of ovulation. They lay large, cream-colored eggs.
Also known by the names : Deutsche Langschan, Langshan Allemande, Langschan Tedesca, Langshan Alemana, Langszanka Niemiecka, Langšanka Nemecká, Német Langschan, Nemski Langshan