This is the Turkish long-crowing fowl.
The breed was developed in the southwestern part of Turkey, near the town of Denizli.
Its crow can last 15-35 seconds.
A first year bird has a crow of 20-25 seconds.
Length of the crow diminishes after three years of age.
Three types of crows exist: light, Davudi (medium), and coarse. Davudi is a single and clear voice.
The neck and legs of these birds are long. The breast is deep and wide and a squirrel tail is the norm for the breed. Rose and single combs both occur. Denizli fowl appear in 5 color varieties:
Demirkyr (a balanced mixture of black and white);
Pamukkyr (more white color than black color);
Kinali (red spots on the wings);
Al (Red) (a mixture of red and black colors);
Black (completely black, no white feathers).
Cocks weigh 3-3.5 kg (7-8.5 lb) and hens 2-2.5 kg (5-6 lb). This is not a highly fertile breed, so a male should only be given 3 hens in a breeding pen.
Chicks are black or yellowish black and are slow to feather out, maturing at about eight months. Around 70 eggs are produced yearly and the hens are nonsitters.
Denizli Horozu (In Turkish)
Denizli Horozu Blog (In Turkish)
Denizli Roosters Care, Facilities and Production (In Turkish)
Megumi Aviary Longcrower Page (In English)