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post #31 of 41
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I think this one is a Black Australorp
post #32 of 41
can a white sultan rooster and black Sumatra hen breed successfully producing offspring? I am new at this
8::👊🏻:big_smile.png 💦... So I feel weird on these forums... Any feedback is greatly appreciated.....

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JM
post #33 of 41
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can a white sultan rooster and black Sumatra hen breed successfully producing offspring? I am new at this
8::👊🏻:big_smile.png 💦... So I feel weird on these forums... Any feedback is greatly appreciated.....

Thanks
JM

I don't know why it would not work.  They are both  close in size.    Now if you had a big difference in size like a Jersey Giant hen and a Serama  rooster, Or in reverse order, things may get somewhat challenging. 

WISHING YOU BEST and :welcome

post #34 of 41
x2. It should work
post #35 of 41
So... Any different breed can bang and have offspring just as long as their size permits it to happen?
post #36 of 41
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So... Any different breed can bang and have offspring just as long as their size permits it to happen?

All chickens are genetically the same species, so yes, any 'breed' can be crossed with another 'breed' and produce viable offspring. Breeds are something people have created, but they are all still chickens. 

post #37 of 41


My husband got these and we do not know what they are. 2-3 months old but as small as a chick and fully feathered.
post #38 of 41
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My husband got these and we do not know what they are. 2-3 months old but as small as a chick and fully feathered.

They both look a lot like my partridge colored Old English Game Bird (OEGB) bantam.  Mine is a pullet.  And yes, the 3 week old standard size chicks I have are about the same size as the bantam bird.

post #39 of 41

I'd say EE fluffy cheek gave it away:woot

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post #40 of 41
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My husband got these and we do not know what they are. 2-3 months old but as small as a chick and fully feathered.

I would have to agree with  Idawntalor,   OEGH.   I don't see fluffy cheeks at all.   I enlarged the pix to get a good view. 

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