Langshan
Langshans, a rare, endangered breed from China, lays a pretty brown egg. The Croad line of Langshans once laid a dark brown egg, but this line is not available from hatcheries (and is even rare to find from breeders). The Langshan is a graceful, nicely-proportioned bird with feathered legs. They are good layers, but somewhat slow to mature to their full size and begin laying. They are also quite active for such large birds! Today they're mainly kept by those conscientious folks who want to ensure this breed's continued survival.

Black Langshan

Black Langshan

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Langshan Pullet
Class: Asiatic
Type: Large Fowl & Bantam
Size: Heavy (7-8 lbs)
Rarity: Common
Purpose: Dual
Recognized Varieties: Black, White, Blue


Egg Laying: Good (3/wk)
Egg Color: Brown
Egg Size: Medium


Comb Type: Single Comb
Crested: No
Feathered Legs: Yes
Number of Toes: 4


Hardy In Winter: Yes
Bears Confinement: Bears confinement well
Especially Docile: Yes
Setter/Broody: Yes
Personality: Calm and self-possessed