Croad Langshan Chickens


Croad Langshan Chickens

Croad Langshan

Croad Langshan

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R. Jacobs
Jake South Terrace, 9 South Mere, Brize Norton,
OX18 3PX
UK

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History

The first import ofCroad Langshans Chickenswas made by Major Croad from various Asiatic stock. In 1904 a Croad Langshan Club was formed to develop the bird and now differs from the Modern Langshan. The Black Langshan originated in China, where it has been bred over a long period of years.

Characteristics

Croad Langshans Chicken are dual purpose fowls of the Asiatic type and are smaller than the Brahma and Cochin and more active. The male has a well-spread tail with the sickles often reaching sixteen inches. The closely-fitting saddle feathers, full hackled neck and upright carriage give the effect of a short back. The surface plumage throughout is close and smooth. The body in both sexes should be evenly balanced on straight legs, with very little backward bend at the hocks. The height of the Langshan should be gained by depth of body not from length of legs.

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Purpose

Dual

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Origin

Asia

Egg Color

Dark brown

Egg Numbers

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