Repopulating the Endangered Heritage Java Chicken

The pressures of industrial agriculture have pushed the endangered heritage java chicken close to extinction. Learn how to save this endangered bird.



Java chickens are about as close to the original domesticated chicken as you can get. However, the pressures of industrial agriculture have pushed the breed close to extinction.
Java chickens are about as close to the original domesticated chicken as you can get. However, the pressures of industrial agriculture have pushed the breed close to extinction.
PHOTO: JANET OTT
Great homestead birds, Java chickens have a peaceful temperament and forage, lay and grow with little human involvement.
Great homestead birds, Java chickens have a peaceful temperament and forage, lay and grow with little human involvement.
JANET OTT
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Java chickens are about as close to the original domesticated chicken as you can get. However, the pressures of industrial agriculture have pushed the breed close to extinction.











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