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Posted by Rog on May 06, 19104 at 13:25:55:

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Historical development and career/development of the Dutch dwarf chicken , then one called Goldhalsige of dwarves the today's Dutch dwarf chickens in its initial phase, which must have lain around the years 1850 to 1882. In an at that time very well-known book, "Handbuch concerning Huehnerrassen" by R. T. Maitland, who had appeared 1882, these glattbeinigen dwarf chickens became already under the race designation "Hollaendische Zwerghuehner" mentioned and specified. In the year 1906 the race name became "Hollaendische goldhalsige Zwerghuehner", by a meeting resolution of the "Niederlaendischen Huehnerclubs" officially in the Netherlands recognition. Between the years 1900 to 1910 must have been begun my judgement also with the preparation of a regular breeding method of other color impacts. Silberhalsige and a modification of the today's, only 1954 officially recognized Blaugoldhalsigen were already present according to older Dutch notes and reports. However the race designation "Hollaendische goldhalsige Zwerge" proved; as hindrance for the development and improvement of further color impacts. For this reason on the nevertheless quite specific color impact designation one "Goldhalsig" in the race name does without itself, thus in the course of the time, which other color impacts could also implement and develop further. On old Dutch paintings the small come "Hollaender" contrary to the Federfuessigen dwarf chickens not forwards. The science in the time at that time does not mention it. An old English painting from the year 1856 shows a dwarf chicken that in many race characteristics sees similar to the today's Dutch dwarf chickens. Over the exact developing history of the race anywhere somewhat concrete was not held. Thus one is only on assumptions, those here and there emerges dependent. From the original Dutch description of sample from the year 1906 it follows that the Dutch dwarf chickens at that time with the weights of the animals (cock = 1000g and hen = 900g) lay, clearly over the weight of the today's Dutch dwarf chickens. Also in the outward race characteristics the animals appeared somewhat differently. The tail portion is today many fuller and more harmonious. The animals from the time at that time were not longer due to the somewhat larger body abundance so penetrated and also in the back somewhat. Only the assumption remains that the Bantams, old English dwarf fighter (old type), Chabos, Federfuessige of dwarf chickens, Drentschten of chickens and other Dutch restaurant races to the emergence of the Dutch dwarf chickens in the time at that time with to have contributed. After Dr. Paul Truebenach (in: "Handbuch for Zwerghuhnrassen", 1921) comes the Dutch dwarf chicken, "zweifellos from a kind oldDutch dwarf fighters with white Ohrscheiben", a race become extinct now off. In any case stands firmly that the Dutch dwarf chickens rank also among the oldest dwarf chicken races in Europe. Until today have these gnomeful dwarf chickens, which belong to the smallest dwarf chicken races, an enormous popularity degree in their country of origin the Netherlands achieves. On no exhibition one can exclude oneself this small dwarf chicken in Holland more. It is the "Nationale Rasse" absolutely! The well-known breeder and highly gifted animal painters C.S. van Gink manufactured a whole set of pictures and designs of the Dutch dwarf chickens and at the today's popularity with many other Netherlands breeders together, a relevant portion. 1910 it already bred the Goldhalsigen and tried by a crossings of other races such as Phoenix and Chabos the Befiederung of the tail portions of this beautiful dwarf chicken race to improve. To mention also the breeder is Ernst Ostermann from Baarn (the Netherlands), which "Krielenkoenig" under the surname; admits was. In its garden more than 1000 dwarf chickens of all races and colors populated the volieren. Ernst Ostermann was responsible for the out breeding of the color impacts black and blue with help of the Bantams. The white ones fell automatically from the Goldhalsigen color impact and by a crossing by Bantams were improved. In this time also the starting point of the red-saddled color impact variant must have developed. The gesperberte variation was out-bred by H. Ketelaar from Harlem (the Netherlands) around 1940 and/or brought to the acknowledgment. Gold-wheat-colored and/or salmon-colored did not breed as the first J. Eijmar from Maarsen (the Netherlands) the exact year is well-known, but it must have been around the years 1934 to 1936, when this color impact emerged for the first time. For the out breeding the dwarf fighters served old English. The know-colored erzuechtete H. vd. sand from crossings with the color impacts gesperbert and goldhalsig. Orangehalsige Dutch dwarf chickens resulted in the breeder workshop of Mr. Korte from the mating between Goldhalsigen and Silberhalsigen. The beautiful color impact Gelbcolumbia was erzuechtet by H. Schendstok with help of the Bantams gelbcolumbia 1978. The same breeder was responsible with H. Wagenaar for the color impact Blaugelbcolumbia. From these two Gelbcolumbiavarianten also still the color impact developed weissgelbcolumbia. By the a crossing of Antwerpener beard dwarves quail-colored by strict breed selection by H. van Oers (the Netherlands) the quail-colored color composition 1985 one erzuechtet, short time followed later also still the silver quail color. J. Voets and H. Zwama created the Perl-grey color impact by Antwerpener beard dwarves and Bantams 1985. To approx.. 1955 one did not know the Dutch dwarf chickens in the other countries as well as at all. Only by a gradually using contact of the breeders after war confusions of the Second World War, it was added that itself the Dutch dwarf chickens beyond the borders strengthened common. Today active communities of interests and special associations in Switzerland, England, France, Scandinavia and Germany exist. Even with the breeders in America this dwarf chicken found a considerable zuspruch and trailer circle. With us in Germany this dwarf chicken is cared for by the "sports association of the rare dwarf chicken races, which bears the official name designation" sports association of the breeders of the Bassetten, Dutch dwarf chickens, dwarf Kauler, dwarf La Fleche and Watermaal beard dwarves "since 1987, by a very active and constantly rising breeder circle. Beginning of the 60's imported the 1 at that time. Chairman of the special association, Karl-Heinz Collatz from Aurich/Ostfriesland, the first Dutch dwarf chickens to Germany. It concerned the color impacts Goldhalsig and Silberhalsig represented most strongly in the Netherlands at that time. The again introduced race of the Dutch dwarf chickens was recognized in relatively short conception procedure the color impacts in Germany, already recognized by the federal breed committee at that time, 1963 in in Holland. 1964 on the Colonia schau in Cologne sieve Dutch dwarf chickens for the first time by Ludwig chop in the general class on the occasion of the attached club clubschau issued. Karl-Heinz Collatz passed at that time good output animals on to interested breeders. Was rapidly an inspired small appendix of breeder under the direction of Ludwig chops, who took care of the breed of these dwarf chickens and as well was as only somehow possible promoted. The basic stick for the breed basis of the Dutch dwarf chicken breed had been put now in Germany and began to germinate. But until the "seed" came up, some time should still offense. In the initial years the breeder circle was still quite modest around the Dutch dwarf chicken in the Federal Republic of Germany. But the few breeders held the loyalty for their auserkorenen race. Here our dear breed friend Ludwig must chops from largely Gerau to be mentioned, which always ensured that new as well as qualitatively good animal material came again and again to Germany and the color impact pallet was extended with us in Germany. Naturally too forgotten its own breed with the many color impacts and the constant readiness animal material are not to be transferred to interested breeders. He maintained good contacts and friendships to Dutch breed friends. Since 1986 it breeds unfortunately only the dwarf Kaulhuehner. It unfortunately gave, since the race at popularity and breeders added enormously, the breed up of the Dutch dwarf chickens, in order to dedicate itself more intensively for the spreading the German dwarf Kaulhuehner. 1964 took over the today over 90 year old office of the chairman for the Dutch dwarf chickens. Breed friend Ludwig chop belonged together with its son-in-law Erwin Suenner as well as the breeder, special judge and today's chairman Kurt Bassermann (new mountain Ravoldshausen), active and successful breeders of many years Werner Welcker (Reichelsheim), Herbert Wueck (yawning home), Johannes Daniels (Dingden) and in the more recent time also the breeders Helmut Dahlem, Theo Rottstegge, Ulrich Flor, Adolf Hamacher, Wolfgang segment, Andreas Stephan, Harry Grimmschitz, refuge Redler to the wegbereitern of the today's reached breed basis of the Dutch dwarf chickens in Germany. Ulrich Flor - chairman for Dutch dwarf chickens





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