Other common names: Czech Gold Brindled Hen; Komorovicky
The Czech Gold Brindle Chicken is an ancient Czech Landrace breed predating 1205. The first documentation of this breed was in 1205, when Valdemar II of Denmark was gifted a flock of these fowl as a marriage gift. The breed was popular amongst the people until around the mid 19th-century, when new breeds where imported. Since then, the Czech Gold Brindle has been endangered.
Varieties (Single Comb): Black, Black White, Gold, Gold Brindle, Partridge, Silver, Silver Brindle
Uses: Eggs, Meat, Preservation
Bantam: 0.7 - 1.2 kg
Standard: 2 - 1.5 kg
Personality: The Czech Gold Brindle is very active and nervous natured.
Preferred climate: Any
Handles confinement: Yes
Egg production: Good (3/week)
Egg color: Cream
Egg size: Large