Kuroiler chicken, a crossbreed created by Keggs farms in India in the early 1990s, is a dual-purpose chicken breed. It is a cross of either White Leghorn roosters or colored broiler roosters with Rhode Island Red hens. It has gained popularity among chicken farmers in Kenya.

From India, it was exported to Uganda, when many small scale farmers took it up because of its fast maturity and higher egg production as compared to indigenous chicken. It was then exported to Kenya, where it has been placed under the improved kienyeji category.