Tinted Yarka is a french breed used in chicken egg production, and is sold as tinted pullets and chicks. With its durable physical structure and low feed consumption, it has taken its place among the preferred breeds in egg poultry. Isa Tinted stands out with its pullet features. It is in the first place with its cream and beige color, natural village egg color and thick shelled egg yield.
In 1978, with the hybrid method of the French purebred started to be produced by the poultry industry. Isa Tinted pullets begin to lay eggs between 17 and 19 weeks, and they lay high-yielding eggs for two years.