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What is Dominant CZ Chicken

Dominant CZ is a chicken hatchery company in the Czech Republic.  Obviously, CZ stands for the Czech Republic. The company was founded in 1989. The purpose of the company is to hatch hybrid hens, which lay more than 250 eggs a year and imitate the non-hybrid species of hens. Dominant CZ chicken bloodlines are becoming popular among Filipino free-range chicken farmers.

This family-owned private company from the Czech Republic specializes in the breeding and selection of laying and dual-purpose poultry. For more than 30 years DOMINANT CZ’s original genetic programs dynamically expand finding new partners in 60 countries on 4 continents. With the modernization of existing facilities and the construction of new ones, there is a continuous increase in breeding capacity as well as research and development.

Dominant CZ chicken hybrids are genetically bred for specific purposes as follows:

  • do not die prematurely
  • not aggressive
  • well feathered
  • all the same size

The hybrids are always hatched from two non-hybridized hens. The hens start to lay eggs in the 20th–23rd week of their life.

Outside the Czech Republic, Dominant CZ works in 49 more countries in the world. Hens hatched by this company are favorite, because of their easy breeding and higher egg-laying and lifetime, unlike other hens.

In the Philippines, veterinarian Dr. Erwin Joseph S. Cruz is the authorized distributor.

The most popular Dominant CZ chicken breeds in the Philippines are D107 (Blue), D109 (Black), D149 (Black), and D102 (Brown). These breeds are raised primarily for egg production.

There are a total of 28 species offered by Dominant CZ chicken company. The following is the complete list of Dominant CZ-developed hybrids with their color, breed code, and parent stock as of 2021.

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  1. D102 (Brown)

The hen is primarily brown, but it has a white spot on the end of the tail. The rooster has the same color as the Amber rooster. The parents are Rhode Island Red rooster and Rhode Island White hen.

  1. D104 (Sussex)

The hen is primarily white and it has black stripes over its neck and wings and a black spot on its tail. The rooster has the same color as the hen. The parents are Sussex rooster and Sussex hen

  1. D107 (Blue)

The hen is primarily light grey, but it has a very dark grey neck. The rooster is primarily light grey, but it is black-white barred on the neck and wings. The parents are Blue Plymouth Rock rooster and Barred Plymouth Rock hen.

  1. D109 (Black)

The hen is primarily black, but it has some brown stripes on its neck and emerald green marks on the wings. The rooster has the same color as the Barred rooster (D959). The parents are Rhode Island Red rooster and Barred Plymouth Rock hen.

  1. D149 (Black)

The hen is primarily black, but it has some white stripes on its neck and chest. The rooster is black but it is white all over its head, neck, and wings. The parents are Sussex rooster and Barred Plymouth Rock hen.

  1. D159 (Red Barred)

The hen is primarily brown and white barred, and it has a black spot on its tail. The rooster’s colors are similar to hen’s, but they’re darker on the back. The parents are Barred Rhode Island Red rooster and Rhode Island Red hen

  1. D187 (Blue)

One of the new species was established in 2020. The hen is similar to D107, but it has got a darker black color on its neck. The rooster is the same as the D107 rooster. The parents are a Light Blue Plymouth rooster and Red Barred hen.

  1. D189 (Black)

One of the new species was established in 2020. The hen is similar to D109, but it’s completely black, without any black or green marks on its body. The rooster is almost completely black, only with several brown stripes on its neck. The parents are Black Plymouth rooster and Black Plymouth hen.

  1. D192 (Brown)

The hen is primarily brown, but it has several black dots on the tail, wings, and neck. The rooster is white and it has a yellow neck, black tail, and several black dots on the wings, chest, and back. The parents are Rhode Island Red rooster and Sussex hen.

  1. D229 (Leghorn)

The hen is all white, with no spots or stripes. The rooster is also all white. The parents are both Leghorns.

  1. D300 (Partridge)

The hen is primarily dark brown, but it has golden stripes on its neck and a light brown chest. The rooster is primarily brown, and it has a dark green tail, belly, wings, and chest. The parents are Brown Leghorn Partridge rooster and Brown Leghorn Partridge hen.

  1. D301 (Tricolor)

The hen is similar to the Partridge hen, but it has white dots all over its body. The rooster is similar to the hen. Brown Leghorn Partridge rooster and Brown Leghorn Partridge hen.

  1. D304 (Sussex)

The hen is similar to the Sussex D104 hen, but its stripes and dots are less significant. The rooster is as same as the hen. The parents are Columbian Leghorn rooster and Columbian Leghorn hen.

  1. D392 (Brwon/Salmon)

One of the new species was established in 2020.

The hen is very similar to the D192 hen, but its colors are quite lighter. The rooster is colorful, with white/yellow barred neck, black-barred belly, brown and black wings, yellow feathers behind wings, and black/green tail. The parents are Brown Leghorn rooster and Columbian Leghorn hen.

  1. D459 (Red Barred)

The hen is primarily white and brown-barred, but it has a brown neck and black spots on its tail and wings. The rooster is very similar to the Sussex rooster, but it has some brown spots on its wings. The parents are a Barred Rhode Island Red rooster and a Sussex hen.

  1. D723 (Tinted)

The hen is all white, similar to Leghorn, but distinguishable by its shorter hencomb. The rooster is white, but it has some creamy color on its neck, back, and wings. The parents are a White Leghorn rooster and Rhode Island Red hen.

  1. D843 (Amber)

The hen is creamy white, and it has brown dots on its wings. The rooster is white, and it has creamy spots on its head and wings, and brown spots on its wings, chest, and small dots on the back and tail. The parents are a Rhode Island White rooster and Rhode Island Red hen.

  1. D853 (Red)

The hen is brown, but it has a black spot on the end of its tail. The rooster is all brown, with a dark brown color spread all over its back. The parents are a Rhode Island Red rooster and Rhode Island Red hen.

  1. D902 (Red Barred)

This is a new type of hen, established in 2020. The hen is similar to D159, but it’s much lighter in color. The rooster is primarily white, with some light brown bars on its neck, wings, and tail. The parents are a Barred rooster and Rhode Island White hen

  1. D959 (barred)

The hen is black and white barred all over its body. The rooster is primarily black, but it has a creamy-white and black-barred neck and some places on its wings. The parents are a Barred Plymouth Rock rooster and Rhode Island Red hen.

  1. GS107

The modified type of Blue (D107) hens. The hen is almost the same as the D107 hen, distinguishable only by the crest. The rooster is the same as the D107 rooster. The parents are Greenshell GS300 rooster and Dominant D107 hen.

  1. GS159

The modified type of Red Barred (D159) hens. The hen is almost the same as the D159 hen, distinguishable only by the crest. The rooster is similar to the D159 rooster, only darker in color. The parents are Greenshell GS300 rooster and Dominant D159 hen.

  1. GS229

The modified type of Leghorn (D229) hens. The hen is almost the same as the D229 hen, distinguishable only by the crest. The rooster is similar to the D723 (Tinted) rooster rather than to the D229 rooster. The parents are Greenshell GS300 rooster and Dominant D229 hen.

  1. GS300

The modified type of Partridge (D300) hens. Apart from the D300 hen, the GS300 hen is rather barred but still has got a brown chest. The rooster is completely different from the D300 rooster, it has got a white neck, white and brown wings, black chest and belly, white and brown feathers behind the wing, and black and whitetail. It has been used to create all the other green shell hens, originating from the Araucana hens. The parents are GS300/Araucana rooster and Dominant D300 hen.

  1. GS459

The modified type of Red Barred (D459) hens. The hen is not similar to D459 hens, as it has black/grey tail and some grey feathers on the back, and it’s not that lightly colored. The rooster is the same as the D459 rooster. The parents are Greenshell GS300 rooster and Dominant D459 hen.

  1. GS902

The modified type of new Red Barred (D902) hens. The hen is almost the same as the D902 hen, distinguishable only by the crest and slightly lighter color. The rooster is the same as the D902 rooster. The parents are Greenshell GS300 rooster and Dominant D902 hen.

  1. GS959

The modified type of Barred (D959) hens. The hen is almost the same as the D959 hen, distinguishable only by the crest. The rooster is the same as the D959 rooster. The parents are Greenshell GS300 rooster and Dominant D959 hen.

  1. DS109

The modified type of Black (D109) hens.

The hen is different from the D109 hen, having no brown or emerald green marks. It is completely black, with some dark brown feathers on the belly. It has got partially feathered legs. The rooster is similar to the D109 rooster, but it has brown marks instead of white marks. It also has got partially feathered legs. The parents are a Brown Marans rooster and a Dominant D109 hen.

Can you develop a breed like CZ bloodlines?

If you think you can breed like Dominant CZ chicken because you have the same parent stock, you are wrong. Yes, you can breed and could possibly get the same result but since your parent stocks are not from a Dominant-certified breeder, you should not call your hybrids “Dominant”.

Where to Buy Dominant Chicken?

It is highly recommended that you should buy only from Dominant CZ chicken-certified Breeders. Dominant Asia-Pacific has lists of their certified breeders that you can access by visiting their Facebook Page here.

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