Hungarian Yellows

A Hungarian Yellow male
Photo courtesy of Michael Patrikeev

Photos and information provided by Mary Gartshore

This breed probably originated in Hungary some 300 years ago as an ordinary farmyard chicken. It is an all-purpose breed: a good all-season layer, lean for stews and soup, firm-fleshed and they make good mothers.

The eggs are light brown, many having interesting patterns of darker red-brown splashes, bands and speckles.

All the birds I know of in the Americas are in Canada.


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Another Hungarian Yellow rooster
Photo courtesy of Matthew Nelson

A Hungarian Yellow female
Photo courtesy of Michael Patrikeev

A Hungarian Yellow crows
Photo courtesy of Matthew Nelson

Another shot of the opening male
Photo courtesy of Michael Patrikeev

A pair of Hungarian Yellows
Photo courtesy of Matthew Nelson

Two females
Photo courtesy of Michael Patrikeev

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Photos courtesy of Matthew Nelson


Hungarian Yellow chicks
Photos courtesy of Jim Duerksen


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