Andalusian chickens were developed in the mid 1800's in Spain. Andalusians come in three varieties: Blue, Black, and White. Andalusian chickens are generally hardy and can tolerate heat well, but in very cold weather, their combs are subject to frostbite. In terms of temperament, Andalusians are active, flighty, and nervous and do not seek much human contact. Andalusians lay large white eggs. Andalusians also have a bantam (miniature) counterpart.
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