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Croatian Hen

Other name(s):
 Kokoš Hrvatica

Scientific name: Gallus gallus domesticus

Country / Place of origin: Croatia

History: The Croatian Hen was created in 1917, by breeder Ivan Lukas, in the Podravina Province. The breeds' hardy nature, foraging abilities, meat and egg quality, good health, and mothering abilities made it an ideal fowl, and the Croatian Hen quickly became popular throughout Medimurje and Podravina. Today, it is still one of the most common chickens in Croatia.

Owners say:
freerange style, free spirited chickens, good productivity, small home farms, robust fowls
Balkan varieties
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In my village we usually have Balkan varieties of pou...
Review by: skiagraphy (7) February 10, 2013 07:53
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