The critically endangered White-faced Black Spanish is thought to be the oldest breed in the Mediterranean class of poultry and fowl. It seems certain that they date back to at least the Roman conquest of the Iberian Peninsula, but likely much earlier.
12 White-faced Black Spanish fertile hatching eggs
12 White-faced Black Spanish (aka Farm Clowns) fertile hatching eggs from our small, Pennsylvania NPIP-Certified homestead. The White-faced Black Spanish breed is listed as critically endangered by Livestock Conservancy. These birds are in need of some dedicated breeders to help re-establish their numbers. Prize-winning line of show birds.