Langshans

A Black Langshan cockerel

This long legged, feather-legged bird appears in both black and white varieties and has dark brown eyes.

There seem to be 4 types of Langshans. Croad Langshans have a backline that forms a "U" shape from head to tail -- I believe that's the fowl we just call the Langshan in the US. Australian Langshans are similar, but have their tails at a 45 degree angle from the back. German Langshans are like the Australians, but clean legged. German Modern Langshans have more the build and type of Modern Games. I hope I got this right!


Breed clubs:

American Langshan Club
Richard Hickman
2724 Cedarville Rd
Millville, NJ 08332

The Croad Langshan Club
Lyn Heigl
Easthanger, Fountain Road,
Selborne, Alton GU34 3LH
England
phone: 44+ (0)1420 511555
e-mail: lynheigl@btinternet.com

German Langshan Club
Thie Glionney
Agneash, Lonan
Isle of Man
UK
phone: 01624 861128
e-mail: lawste@manx.net


Langshan Links:

The Chook Shed's Australian (Chinese) Langshan page

Palm Beach County Poultry Fanciers Association's Langshan page

Poultry Downunder has a page on Langshans

Croad Langshans at Bellerive Poultry

Blue, Black and Splash Langshans at Bill Braden's Land of Tobe Poultry

South Yeo Farm East

Blue Langshanss at Skyline Poultry


A Black Langshan pullet with its friend Forrest Beauford

White Langshans
Photo courtesy of Mckinney & Govero Poultry

Blue Langshan bantam cockerel

Black Langshan male

White Langshan hen, sitting down and not showing her long legs
Photo courtesy of Donna West

A nice, large Blue Langshan rooster
Photo courtesy of Bill Braden

This German Langshan bantam took best rare breed and best male bantam at the 1997 UK Nationals
Photo courtesy of Frances A. Bassom

Two Black Langshan females

Black Langshan cock

Champion Croad Langshan male at the UK 07 National
Photo courtesy of Rupert Stephenson

White Langshan males
Left photo courtesy of Fitch Farms; right photo courtesy of Taryn Koerker

My Langshan cockerel "KD"

A Black Langshan bantam hen
Photo courtesy of Parker

A Blue German Langshan trio
Photo courtesy of Rupert Stephenson

Bantam German Langshan cockerels -- Blue Red, Blue and Birchen
Photos courtesy of Sascha Michel

Here's a German Black Langshan cockerel
Photo courtesy of Tom Newbould and Fancy Fowl Magazine

Croad Langshan cock
Photo courtesy of Richard Zatloukal

Bantam Croad Langshan hens from Germany
Photos courtesy of Sascha Michel

And a Croad Langshan hen
Photo courtesy of Sharon Green

This German Black Langshan cockerel took Best Rare Breed at a UK show
Photo © Robert Stephenson

A very nice Black Langshan cockerel
Photo courtesy of Brian Reeder

A Croad Langshan bantam hen
Photo courtesy of Rupert Stephenson

The best German Langshans at the UK 07 Federation show -- 2 shots of the male
Photos courtesy of Rupert Stephenson

A young Blue Langshan cockerel
Photo courtesy of Taryn Koerker

That's my Langshan cock "Bruce" standing near my Salmon Faverolles cock "Simon" -- I included this to show how much taller Langshans are then your average large chickens


Black Langshan chicks
Photos courtesy of Taryn Koerker (left) and Valerie Ackley

A Croad Langshan chick
Photo courtesy of Mandy Kinson

Blue Langshan chicks
Photo courtesy of Taryn Koerker

A White Langshan chick and its foot
Photos courtesy of Teresa Holden


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