In the dark breeding world

In the dark breeding world

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On a hot summer in 1951 hundreds of chicken enthusiasts were gathered at in an Arkansas stadium to see the chicken being called “the chicken of the future”

This was not the kind of contest that was aimed at beauty. It was backed by the Ministry of Agriculture, the competition was aimed at one thing: to identify a chicken with enough meat, so well-fed, with fat thighs and breasts, that poultry, often associated with prosperity and wealth could be affordable for all American.

A band performed and the crowd is cheering for the winner farmer and was presented with the prize in the form of a check. chicken, which was a cross between two breeds, a New Hampshire and California Cornish. In comparison to the slender condition of chickens of the day the size of the prized bird was impressive. Very quickly the chicken breed was named the champion together with another winning breed comprised the bulk of broilers sold in United States, by two large companies. It also was bred to be larger.

Now, many years after and decades later, it is clear that the Chicken of Tomorrow and its counterparts have ruined America’s iconic poultry. In the entire world, and across all kinds of livestock, the same search for meat that is cheap has widened the gene pool, and has eliminated charming peculiarities. Although cows, chickens, and pigs used to vary in their regions. The remaining animals aren’t as adaptable and less fascinating.

Thankfully, scientists involved as well as livestock forward-looking enthusiasts and farmers strive to reverse the loss of livestock. Here’s a glimpse of the livestock in the dark who they’re trying to save and which are so loved by us here at Gastro Obscura.

5 rare breeds to know

Mangalica pig

Mangalica is a type of pig that has wool that is similar to sheep’s wool, has almost disappeared during Soviet policies that encouraged mass production. The pig has since returned to its homeland of Hungary and its flavor earned the name “Pork Kobe Beef“.

British blue.


British blue. Wayne Hutchinson / Farm Images / Universal Images Group / Getty Images

British blue cow

The Jack cow was bred with the mutation that leads to “double force” and larger cows. A high percentage of the trait’s carriers lead to health issues, however carefully bred cows produce healthy ones which breeders refer to as gentle giants.

Chicken Đông Tảo

Dong Tao chickens were named for their rural Vietnamese commune in which they are reared. They are  known as dragon chickens because of their legs that are scaly they were breed to serve meals of royalty and are highly sought-after. There are also frequent Dong Tao beauty contests.

The Black Nose of Valais.


The Black Nose of Valais. Matt Cardy / Getty Images

Black nose of Valais

It is the Valais Blacknose sheep, pictured as adorable, was kept for its rug-like meat and wool. The breed is rare and rustic and was only seen, up at least until recent times, within specific Swiss communities, but its popularity on social media has led to its export.

The cute and cuddly cuscus.


The cute and cuddly cuscus. HEMIS / ALAMY


According to Anthropologist Manvir Singh, who describes it as “a cross of a cat, monkey, and an Furby,” couscous has given fur and protein to Pacific Islanders. While they were not fully domesticated or selectively bred as cattle, chickens, or pigs, they may be the first livestock species to have been introduced to humanity. Evidence of how Pacific Islanders took them when they settled on the Pacific Islands thousands of years in the past challenges our understanding of early human beings as gathering and hunting.

Many races, numerous attempts to rescue

National Laboratory for the Preservation of Genetic Resources

One of the buildings located in Colorado, has a treasure: more than 1 million vials of frozen semen from animals that includes fish from farms. Similar to a seed bank the center acts as an emergency that can provide genetic materials for threatened or endangered species scientists or farmers searching for breeds that have specific characteristics, like an ability to thrive at an altitude. Also, it is particularly succulent meat.

Kangaroo Island Bee Sanctuary

Bees are livestock? They are! On Kangaroo Island in Australia there’s an oasis that is the home of the world’s one and sole remaining purebred Ligurian bees. They produce honey that was once consumed by the old Romans. Bees are protected by strict policies from interbreeding and illnesses that caused their decline in Europe.

South American swamp cows

As it ages slowly, the Pantaneiro cow has been unable to find a home among Brazilian breeders. However, conservationists point out that Pantaneiros who enjoy a leisurely stroll through the arid wetlands of the Pantanal is the only cows that breed on the floodplains, a vital characteristic in a world that is warming and becoming more vulnerable to flooding. Therefore, they joined forces with breeders to promote the classic Pantaneiro milk-based cheese. It is robust, mozzarella-like in flavor and delicious when served alongside coffee.

Rewilding chickens and bees and much more

Farmers and environmentalists are able to defend breeds that are threatened by their nature and diversity, others seek towards “reshape” animals. In the Northern part of Milan, a farmer who raises chickens Massimo Rapella allows his chickens to wander through in the woods and eat leaves, chestnuts, and ants, and lay eggs in the branches and roots. Gastro Obscura collaborator Vittoria Traverso describes the flavor of the eggs as “so rich that it could be eaten as is”.

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