Ancona takes its name from a city in Italy with its own name. The most distinctive feature of Ancona hens is the Rose comb. The Ancona chickens, sent to England in 1851, were very interested. Ancona chickens have been lost by the arrival of the Rose comb to England, seeing that it has a similar appearance to Leghorn chickens.) by Ancona does not accept hens and it is seen that these discussions continue until today. The main characteristic of Ancona hens is that they have rose combs, so the Ancona developer hobbyists have owned the type and the name has been continued in this way. They are very ambitious about egg production. 250-300 units a year. It is a breed preferred by poultry lovers thanks to its small structure. In our country, it is not a chicken species that is kept by hobbyists.