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He is man of many talents...post #31293 of 348273/12/16 at 2:44pmpost #31294 of 348273/12/16 at 3:11pmpost #31295 of 348273/12/16 at 3:24pmpost #31296 of 348273/12/16 at 3:37pmpost #31297 of 348273/12/16 at 3:40pmpost #31298 of 348273/12/16 at 3:44pmQuote:
Yea, kinda what I figured too.dosnt match up to any splash Id ever seen but Im only a couple years into ameraucana so I thought Id ask.Came from good lines but ended up like this.. he looked different from the get..
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I'm really looking forward to watching these grow. Only 1 from the black rooster so far, but three more of his eggs are on day 20. I'm setting more of his as soon as this hatch is complete. My plan is to keep 8-10 from each pen to grow out, then start culling to my breeders for next year's flocks. That, to me, will be the first true generation of the "scflock" linepost #31300 of 348273/12/16 at 4:46pmQuote:Originally Posted by scflock
Susan, have you seen size to be any indication of sex in the AM chicks? This is my second hatch, and I find myself assigning personalities to them by size. Like you, my chicks with the biggest personalities are generally boys, but in these chicks the biggest ones with the fullest muffs have the most personality. The smaller ones with the not so puffy faces act more "henlike"; cuddly and not as rambunctious. That could be something as simple as some eggs were larger than others, or it could just be me assuming the larger ones are boys.
I'm really looking forward to watching these grow. Only 1 from the black rooster so far, but three more of his eggs are on day 20. I'm setting more of his as soon as this hatch is complete. My plan is to keep 8-10 from each pen to grow out, then start culling to my breeders for next year's flocks. That, to me, will be the first true generation of the "scflock" line
I have a "tank" from my test hatch that I'm hoping is a cockerel, but Redbanks has one just like him, that I'm pretty sure is a pullet, so....
I learned last year, with the blacks from Paul, to just wait til they crowed. lol
You can tell by combs, tail set, and legs a little earlier, but not much. At this point, I just hope the especially big ones are cockerels, though I was hoping to put some size on a couple of my hens, too.
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