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Growing up on a farm and helping to manage her and her husband's homestead, Cindy has a wealth of knowledge to share with others. No, this chicken is not sick. The lack of feathers on its neck is a breed characteristic of the Transylvanian Naked Neck chicken. National Geographic has referred to it as a "churkey. Several color varieties of the Naked Neck breed have been recognized by the American Poultry Association since
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About Turken Naked Neck Chickens: Is it a Turkey or a Chicken?
The Naked Neck Chicken Breed Profile - The Happy Chicken Coop
The Naked Neck. Is she adorable, or is she hideous? The appearance of the Naked Neck, also called the Turken, is definitely the feature of this bird that gets the most attention. But there are so many other facets that make this chicken unique!
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What Is a Turken (Turkin)? A Transylvanian Naked Neck Chicken
The Naked Neck, or Turken, is the ugly duckling of the flock. At first, you might notice is her nakedness, large-looking head, and scant coif of feathers adorning her large-looking head. You may even think there is something wrong with her. Typically, if one of your chickens has feather loss , you spring into assessment mode to attempt to figure out the underlying cause. Is she molting , sick, or full of mites?
Despite the name, these fowl are necessarily from Transylvania or a it happens Romania since they are found in places around Europe and the Middle East. The Naked Neck has been found in Romania since Some people think it is a cross between a chicken and a turkey because of the unfeathered area on the neck. Characteristics: The Transylvanian Naked Neck has a very interesting appearance with the absence of neck feathers or hackles. This is cause by a genetic mutation that has been seen in Romania for hundreds of years.