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Fertile Eggs Potch Koekoek
Potch Koekoeks are a South African breed of chicken developed in the 1960s at the Potchefstroom Agricultural College in the city of Potchefstroom . It was developed by cross breeding a number of other breeds like Black Australorp, White Leghorn and Barred Plymouth Rock to obtain specific characteristics of each, making the resulting breed more suitable to Southern African conditions. Potch koekkoek layers produce around 210 eggs per annum.
Fertile eggs are produced from our own onsite breeding stock.
*Hatching rates are not guaranteed due to factors such as management, machine performance, and transport of the eggs.
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Potch Koekoeks are a South African breed of chicken developed in the 1960s at the Potchefstroom Agricultural College in the city of Potchefstroom
The breed was intended as a dual purpose, free ranging chicken with laying capabilities as well as a large structure for meat production. Pure Koekoeks have a black-and-white barred appearance, with the chicks sexable soon after hatching due to distinct sex markings. Potchefstroom Koekoeks maintain good egg production even with poor quality or insufficient feeding.
Potch Koekkoek layers produce around 210 eggs per annum.
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