The Heera White Aseel is a breed of chicken that is native to the Indian subcontinent. The breed gets its name from the Hindi word “heera”, which means “diamond”. The Heera White Aseel is a relatively rare breed and is not commonly found outside of India.
The exact origins of the Heera White Aseel are unknown, but it is believed to be a descendant of the Red junglefowl, which is the wild ancestor of all domesticated chickens. The Heera White Aseel was first mentioned in literature in the early 20th century.
The Heera White Aseel is a medium-sized chicken that typically weighs between 3 and 4 kg. The breed has a long body and short legs. The plumage is white with black markings on the wings and tail. The comb is single and red, and the wattles and earlobes are also red.
The Heera White Aseel is primarily kept as a pet or for ornamental purposes. However, the breed can also be used for meat production. The meat of the Heera White Aseel is said to be very tender and flavorful.
5. Health Issues
The Heera White Aseel is generally a healthy breed of chicken with no known major health issues. However, like all chickens, they are susceptible to certain diseases and parasites. It is important to keep your Heera White Aseel healthy by providing them with a clean and spacious coop, plenty of fresh water, and a nutritious diet