Italian Naked-Neck Chickens
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Italian Naked Neck, or Collo nudo italiana, chickens comes from Veneto (North-East of Italy). They probably originally came from Africa.

The hens are excellent layers and the eggs are large and white (160-180 eggs a year, 58-62 g each). Their meat is delicate with thin skin. Their subcutaneous and abdominal fat is nearly absent.

They are  very rustic and perfect for outdoor rearing, but poorly adapted to industrial production.

In the US the “Padovana riccia” is known as Polish Frizzle and the liveries are the same of the Polish. recently they have been re-imported to Italy from the U.S.

Content Source: Agraria.org


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