Weight: Male: 5.5 kg Female: 4.3 kg
Egg color: Brown
Comb type: Pea
Other names: Brahma Pootra, Burnham, Gray, Chittagong, Shanghai
Origin Country: United States of America
The Brahma is a massive, stately bird, with an upright carriage and a large head. When standing, they should almost appear to form a V, and should stand fairly tall—males more than females.
Feet should be strong, with feathers extending all the way down the middle toe, and plumage should be held more tightly than in the Cochin.
Weights average about 5.5 kg (12 lb) for cocks and 4.5 kg (9.9 lb) for hens. The Brahma is a good winter layer of large brown eggs; eggs weigh approximately 55–60g.