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  •  Roosters & Hens Ornamental breeds, Italian champion breeds
    2020年08月06日
    Roosters & Hens Ornamental breeds, Italian champion breeds

    In the photo the race Orloff chicken.The Orloff is a breed of chicken named after Alexei Grigoryevich Orlov, a Russian Count. Reflecting this origin, it is sometimes called the Russian Orloff or simply Russian.For most of its history, the Orloff was considered to be a product of Russia and Orlov, but modern research has discovered that the breed first appeared in Persia,[2][3] and was distributed across Europe and Asia by the 17th century.[4] However, Count Orlov was a key promoter of the breed in the 19th century, and the breed became known in the West following his efforts.[4]Orloffs were first introduced to Great Britain in the 1920s, and were also refined a good deal in Germany; Germans created the first miniaturized bantam Orloff by 1925.[3] The breed was once included in the American Poultry Association‘s breed standard, the Standard of Perfection, but it was removed due a lack of interest from breeders. 、クレジット:Spaziani/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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