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Catalana Rooster Catalana Hen

These photos are of a pair of buff catalanas.

Catalana At A Glance

Purpose:   Dual Purpose
Hen Weight:   6 lbs.
Cold Tolerance:
Heat Tolerance:
Rate of Maturation:
Broodiness:
Cage/Pen Tolerance:
Calmness:
Aggression:
Flighty:
Friendliness
Energy Level:
Eating Economy:
Noisyness:

Egg Size: medium

Eggs per week: 4

Egg color:

Egg Color

Additional Catalana Facts and Information

Color Variations: Buff

 

Comb Type(s): Single

 

Skin Color: Yellow skin, yellow shanks

 

Earlobe Color: Red

 

History: Originates from the region Catalonia, Spain, and were created in the late 1800's. They were publicly shown in 1902 and accepted into APA Standard in 1949.

 

Additional Notes: Although almost nonexistent in North America, this chicken is very popular in Central and South America and still recognized in the American Standard of Perfection. Also referred to as the Catalana del Prat Lleonada or just Prat.