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Kotes Black Spanish.The White-Faced Black Spanish is a Spanish breed of chicken. It is thought to be the oldest breed of fowl in the Mediterranean Class.
The British have records dating back to 1572 referring to this chicken. This breed was admitted into the American Poultry Association in 1874. This breed originated in Spain, and came to the Americas through the Caribbean Islands.
Nicknames of this breed include "Clown Chickens," but they were also called, "The Fowls of Seville." They were very popular in the South during Colonial times.
White-Faced Black Spanish Characteristics
They have glossy black plumage, weigh 6-7 pounds, and are closely related to the Minorca and Castilian breeds. Their most distinguishing feature are their white, low hanging ear lobes, which are actually overdeveloped. They have a single comb, four toes, and no crest. Hens are non-setters that lay eggs that are large, and chalk white in color, with an average of three a week, 150-180 eggs a year.






As its name indicates, the White-faced Black Spanish has lustrous greenish-black plumage and a white face. It has a bright-red, single comb with 5 well-defined points, which stands upright on males and falls to the side on females. Wattles are thin, long and bright-red with white on the upper inside in males. Earlobes are white and extremely long and thin, as if their faces have been melted and extended downwards. Shanks are slate. Standard White-faced Black Spanish cocks weigh 3.6 kilos and hens weigh 2.8 kilos.
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