Double Laced Barnevelder (Large Fowl)



 

 

*Click a picture to open the gallery

Please Note: We are currently out of stock of the Double Laced Barnevelder (Large Fowl).

Double Laced Barnevelder (Large Fowl) Breed Information

Bred direct from a top breeder in Holland, I bought these birds at a top show in Europe after watching them score an impressive score of 96 out of 98. The markings and lacing is fantastic and the type is perfect for the standard. There will be very few of these birds in the country, so this is a rare chance to purchase some. The birds lay brown eggs.

Please look here for Lots More Pictures of our show standard chickens and check out my You Tube Channel to watch some Poultry breeds videos .

We are a member of the Barnevelder Club and keep abreast of all the latest news regarding this breed. This helps us maintain our high standards and great show results with this breed. You can also become a member of this club for under £10 per year. By joining you will receive an annual newsletter and year book. You will also receive a Rules and Standard for breeding quality Barnevelders, a members list, history of the breed information and this way you will be helping to encourage and improve the breeding of Barnevelders for exhibition and utility purposes as well as having access to assistance from expert breeders. The club will keep you posted with all the latest information and show results regarding this breed. For more information on how to join contact us.

Double Laced Barnevelder (Large Fowl) Breed Characteristics

Origin: Barneveld, Holland, the stock was imported into the UK in 1921.
Classification: Heavy: Soft feather Egg Colour: Brown
General Characteristics:
Carriage: Alert, upright and well balanced, the body appears compressed and the back is concave.
Type: Body is medium in length, deep and broad shoulders and high-set saddle. Breast and rump are deep, broad and full. Wings are rather short and carried high. Tail is full with a graceful and uniform sweep.
Head: Carried high with a neat skull. Beak is short and full. Eyes are very bold, bright and prominent. Comb single, upright, medium in size and well serrated. The base of the comb is firm base and heel to follow the neck. Face is smooth and as free from feather as possible. Ear-lobes long. Wattles of medium size.
Neck: Fairly long, full and carried erect.
Legs & Feet: Thighs and shanks of medium length to give symmetry. Shanks and feet free from feathers. Four well spread toes.
Plumage: Fairly tight and of nice texture.

Colour: Male: Neck and saddle hackles to match for colour and definition, each feather to be black with a beetle green sheen with slight red-brown edging and red-brown centre quill (stem) finishing black to the tip. Breast red-brown with black with a beetle green sheen outer edging or lacing. Back and cape red-brown feathers with very wide black with a beetle green sheen lacing. Abdomen and thighs black with a beetle green sheen with darker down. Wing bow and bar red-brown with broad lacing primaries, inner edge black, outer red-brown; secondaries, inner edge black with a beetle green sheen, outer red-brown finely laced with black with a beetle green sheen, showing when closed as a red-brown bay. Tail, all main feather black with a beetle green sheen, with black with a beetle green sheen sickles and hangers. Undercolour dark slate.

Colour: Female: Hackle black with a beetle green sheen. Breast, saddle, back and thighs red-brown ground clear of peppering, each feather with defined glossy black with a beetle green sheen outer lacing, and inner defined lacing, the outer to be distinct yet not so heavy as to give a black with a beetle green sheen appearance to the bird in the show-pen. Abdomen black with a beetle green sheen with black down preferred. Wing primaries inner edge black with a beetle green sheen, outer brown, finely laced with blue. Tail, main feathers black with a beetle green sheen with laced feathers well up to them. Undercolour grey.

Weight: Large Fowl
Cock: Not less than 7-8 lb (3.2-3.6kg) Cockerel: Not less than 6-7 lb (2.7-3.2kg)
Hen: Not less than 6-7 lb (2.7-3.2kg) Pullet: Not less than 5-6 lb (2.25-2.7kg)

Exhibition and show stock quality Double Laced Barnevelder (Large Fowl) hatching eggs for sale from Cheshire Poultry. Cheshire Poultry specialise in providing Double Laced Barnevelder hatching eggs that have a fantastic fertility record. You can buy Double Laced Barnevelder Hatching Eggs online.
Exhibition and show stock quality Double Laced Barnevelder (Large Fowl) Chickens for sale from Cheshire Poultry. Cheshire Poultry specialise in providing Double Laced Barnevelder as live birds for sale bred from some of the top poultry breeds in the UK and Europe. Buy Double Laced Barnevelder chickens.