Indian Game Chickens (Cornish)

Indian Game Chicken

Indian Game Chicken
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Mr Craig Gardner
Sasane, Hill Head, St Stephen, St Austell, Cornwall,
PL26 7QQ
UK

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History

Indian Game Chickens were developed in Cornwall for enlarged breast meat ,the females of this breed will also fight and although poor layers are good sitters and mothers and are often as strongly muscled as the males. The Dark Cornish of the USA used the breed generally known as 'Indian Game' although the name Cornish is geographically the more correct. Indian Game Chickens are a composite of several different blood lines - Asell (or Asil), Black-Red, Old English and Malay.

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Classification

Heavy / Hard feather

Origin

Great Britain

Egg Color

Tinted

Egg Numbers

80 per annum


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