Sanjak Longcrower

a.k.a. Rogas or Pulat boshnjake (Bosnian Chicken)

A Sanjak Longcrower rooster living up to his name
Photo courtesy of Muhamed Kurtagic

Developed in the early 20th century in South Serbia, this large longcrowing breed comes in many colors.

They have a very deep crow that can last up to 20 seconds

The males weigh 4-5 kg. Females, quite good layers, run 2.5-3 kg.

A similar but smaller bird is the Kosovo Longcrower.


Sanjak Longcrower Links:

A you tube video of a Sanjak crowing

A great article on Balkan Longcrowers by Hristo Lukanov

An article on the Sanjak Longrower


A mixed flock of Sanjak varieties
Photo courtesy of Muhamed Kurtagic

A flock of Mille Fleur Sanjak
Photo courtesy of Muhamed Kurtagic

The head of a Sanjak roo
Photo courtesy of Muhamed Kurtagic

Sanjak Mille Fleur hens
Photo courtesy of Muhamed Kurtagic

Another flock of Sanjak
Photo courtesy of Muhamed Kurtagic

A Sanjak rooster
Photo courtesy of Muhamed Kurtagic

Comparison of Sanjak (larger) and Kosovo roosters
Photos courtesy of Muhamed Kurtagic


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