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Thursday, November 9, 2023

Ayam Cemani cost $5k per pair making it the world’s most expensive cock

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Ayam Cemani cost $5k per pair making it the world’s most expensive cock. 

Ayam Cemani is the world’s most expensive cock costing $5000 per pair. 

The Ayam Cemani is said to have magical powers and can facilitate communication between the living and the spirit world. As such, it is used as a sacrificial bird to please the gods, its’ flesh is rarely eaten in Indonesia.

The Ayam Cemani is a fairly poor egg layer. On average they will lay around 80 eggs per year which is around 1 egg per week. They do seem to go ‘off lay’ for an extended period of time.

Often, they will lay 20-30 eggs and then stop laying. This can be up to 6 months, and then they will start all over again!

In comparison to the size of the hen, the eggs are quite large and they are cream-coloured with a very slight pink tint, not black according to farminence.

For your main dish, you can pair the $2,500 Ayam Cemani chicken, originally from Indonesia, with a bed of hop shoots, an asparagus-like vegetable, which retails for $600 a pound.

If you still have room for dessert, either go with the $7,500 Japanese Yubari melon or the To’ak Ecuadorian chocolate, which you can have for $260 an ounce.

The breed was developed in Indonesia where it is kept by the upper classes of society. It is thought to have magical powers and is quite valuable and sought after in Asian countries. At the current time, they remain a pretty rare bird and are very hard to obtain, reputable US breeders are sold out until 2019.

According to “Phoenix New Times”, Black Indonesian Ayam Cemani Chickens will cost you $5,000 a pair, which makes it very expensive.

The Ayam Cemani is often associated with a group of breeds known as Kedu, from the central plains of Java. It is believed to be an offshoot of the Ayam Bekisar chicken which lives on a small group of islands in Indonesia.

They are thought to be the result of crosses between domestic chickens and green jungle fowl. Not all of these crosses will survive, but those that do sometimes have the dark pigmentation of the Ayam Cemani. Their all-black feathers have a beetle-green iridescence in sunlight that is stunning.

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