Saturday, April 26, 2008

Ancona Chickens

Ancona Chick


Ancona Hen


Ancona Rooster

Ancona chickens were developed in the mid 1800's near the city of Ancona, Italy and are black with white speckles. Ancona chickens tend to be hardy especially in the cold, but can occasionally suffer frostbite on their large combs. Ancona chickens lay a good amount of small white eggs, but are rather nervous and flighty, and tend to shy away from a lot of human contact. Anconas are great foragers. Anconas also have a bantam (miniature) counterpart.
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Links to other Chicken Breeds on this blog:
Ameraucana / Easter Egger
Welsummer
Wyandotte / Silver Laced Wyandotte, Golden Laced Wyandotte
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2 comments:

Forlan said...

It is a beautiful chick.

Bwendo said...

Lovely chickens they are my prsonal favorite! Christmas Hampers