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Originally Posted by junebuggena View Post

So, why are you asking if you know that it's impossible to tell? For all we know he could be a cross between two very mixed breed birds. No way to really narrow down what went in to his ancestry.

To someone on this website it may not be impossible, but to me it sure is. I posted just to get some insight, hopefully SOMEONE may have a clue, but thank you anyways for your input.
post #12 of 15
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Maybe black australorp? Maybe some jersey giant?

I thought that too, he came from the bantam/specialty breeds bin at TSC. I'm dying to know his mix.
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Originally Posted by drumstick diva View Post

interesting markings  - maybe you could do a dna test

How do you go about the DNA test? I would totally try that
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Originally Posted by drumstick diva View Post

interesting markings  - maybe you could do a dna test

How do you go about the DNA test? I would totally try that

Your vet can take a sample and send it off, or if you contact a state university or almost any university they can do it, but it might cost more. I had the state university, my avian vet, and a more local university do it for me and I was very pleased with the results. 


Edited by buff goose guy - 5/11/16 at 10:42am
A breeder of mallards(grey and black), Call ducks (2015 FINALLY!!!), (I also have a seabright and a bantam cochin)
I do not support the 4-h system
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A breeder of mallards(grey and black), Call ducks (2015 FINALLY!!!), (I also have a seabright and a bantam cochin)
I do not support the 4-h system
Jesus is the king rejoice!
NPIP certified
Reply
post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by buff goose guy View Post

Your vet can take a sample and send it off, or if you contact a state university or almost any university they can do it, but it might cost more. I had the state university, my avian vet, and a more local university do it for me and I was very pleased with the results. 

I'll look into that! Thank you!
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