Farmyard Chickens from Colombia

a.k.a. Criolla

These are some of the chickens found in farmyards in the country of Colombia, where these barnyard crosses are called Criolla.


"Aramis," probably a Barred Rock mix
Photo courtesy of Oscar Ramirez Jimenez

"Atos," another probable Barred Rock cross
Photo courtesy of Oscar Ramirez Jimenez

"Blanquita" is probably a meat cross
Photo courtesy of Oscar Ramirez Jimenez

"Dartañan" is yet another Barred Rock cross cockerel
Photo courtesy of Oscar Ramirez Jimenez

"El Rey" is another mixed breed cockerel, possibly with Rhode Island Red blood
Photo courtesy of Oscar Ramirez Jimenez

"La Pecosa," who lays pinkish white eggs, could be anything
Photo courtesy of Oscar Ramirez Jimenez

Another possible Rhode Island Red mix is the cockerel "Principe"
Photo courtesy of Oscar Ramirez Jimenez

"Sara" has probably got a lot of Barred Rock blood and she lays pink eggs
Photo courtesy of Oscar Ramirez Jimenez

"Tomasa" lays blue eggs and is probaby an Araucana cross as she is also rumpless
Photo courtesy of Oscar Ramirez Jimenez


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