Hamburg Free Range Chicken
The Hamburg Free Range Chicken variety originates from the Netherlands. Though small, these active birds are well renowned for their ability to lay up to 220 eggs a year, and also a good feed-to-egg ratio and quick maturation. There are approximately 10 popular breeds of the Hamburg variety, some include the silver and golden spangled variety. The Hamburg display a high tendency to be nervous around people. Though ornamental in nature, the Hamburg is an efficient forager, however eggs produced are often quite small. Hamburg Free Range Chicken
Point of Lay-hens Dual purpose, free ranging chicken with laying capabilities as well as a large structure for meat production. Should have a normal physical structure and shape and free from any diseases or defects. A caramel/brown shade of feathers, with white feathers in a pattern around their necks, and white feathers at the tips of their tail feathers appearance. Feathers: Clean, bright, not puffed up. Legs: Normal and free from all diseases and defects.
Age: 75-105 days. Please note that: all the point of lay-hens must have been vaccinated or treated (vaccinations to be specified and vaccination plan program be provided previous and future).
The hens should lay a brown shelled egg with an average weight of 55.7 g and the carcass should be attractive with a deep yellow coloured skin
Lays attractive brown shelled eggs production of high-quality-strong-shelled eggs (196 eggs/bird/year)> 40 Newton
18 weeks old.
Soft feather – light
Several colours; black with a green sheen, silver or gold spangled or pencilled varieties all with white ear lobes.
|Cock||1.8 – 2.3 Kg|
Bantam Variety Hamburgh
|Rooster||680 – 790 g|
|Hen||620 – 740 g|