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In Ibarrola Bekoa we raise and care for species that are native of Euskalerria. We take take orders

Our animals are born, grow and live in a privileged environment and have our full attention at each stage of their development. This is why we have obtained the first prize in Euskal arraza capons at the Fair of Santa Lucia in Zumarraga.


Our chickens and capons are sold on request. You can call us on the Phone numbers: 943834549 or 659215392 and we will answer your request as soon as possible.

Regulation of the avian EUSKAL Oiloa breed.

We raise and sell capons of our Euskal Oiloa native species. As members of the Euskal Oiloak association, we are actively involved in the breeding of these varieties. As a result of our dedication and research, we have been awarded prizes in many fairs and competitions.

The advantage of capons is the excellent quality of their meat when compared to chicken due to the absence of sex hormones in the animal. The meat reaches higher levels of fat which makes it much juicier.

Our capons are choosen by the best chefs in Euskalerria because of their biological and  culinary  virtues. You can find Ibarrola Bekoa capons in the most renowned culinary societies and in the menus of the best reaturants in the Basque Country.

Our capons are raised outdoors and fed  on autochthonous corn as well as on all they peck around as worms, vegetables and  aromatic herbs, etc, The result is a tasty meat with the exact point and texture of fat that makes the delight of discerning gourmets.




The plumage of this variety is characterized by the presence of white interspersed with colorful stripes as in  the Gorria variety. Other important trait is that all chestnut shades as well as the black ones are lighter. The under colour is ivory. Stripes are more diffuse in hens and it is still desirable that they are as marked as possible.

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In both cock and  hen, the plumage is exactly as in the Gorria variety but all colors and shades of red and chestnut  brown are replaced by  white, black areas being equal.
 The neck is noted for an orange hue in the hen although not as pronounced in tonality  as in the rooster. Feathers at the end of the neck have black tips, and tail rectrices are black or predominantly black. 

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The plumage has neck, shoulders, crop area, inner thighs and the side of the abdomen devoid of feathers.
The breast has two rows of feathers, one on each side of the breastbone.
Plumage coloration covering the rest of the body is the same as in the Gorria variety. The skin of neck and entire area of the crop, take a bright red colour.

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Gorriak y Beltzak

Both cock and hen have a plumage entirely black with bluish green reflections, more in the former than in the latter.


The hood and tassels are orange-red, shining out over the rest of its plumage. Feathers at the  central end of the hood, form a black spear tip.

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