Other common names: Asturian Painted Hen, Pinta Pita
The Pinta Pita is an old Spanish breed that is thought to be related to the Euska-Oila, and other European fowl. The breed was very popular in Spain, until the industrial revolution. Today, the Pinta Pita can be found in Spain, France, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland, Germany and the USA.
Varieties (Single Comb): Mottled
Uses: Eggs, Meat, Preservation
Weight: 6 - 10 lbs
Personality: Friendly and easy to handle
Preferred climate: Warm
Handles confinement: Yes
Egg production: Very Good (4/week)
Egg color: White
Necessary for Flock Health
Providing adequate space for all flock members is necessary for maintaining flock health. When chickens don't have enough space disease can spread rapidly and the flock can become ill and die. It is recommended to have a minimum of four square feet of space for each chicken in a coop. .
From Mia B 161 days ago