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What do you get if you cross a Cinnamon queen rooster with a Silver laced wyandotte hen?

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Hey guys i have a silver laced wyandotte roo and some road island red hens and blue wyandotte hens i have been hatching chicks like white with brown stripes and white with red tinge with brow stripes. And all white with tiny brow on its head. I am thinking the hen is the rhode island?

How do i post a pick?
Edited by mmccubbins30 - 3/27/16 at 6:09am
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The Cinnamon Queen is one of two modern day production brown egg laying strains from hybrid breeding. They produce fast body development, fast egg production and rich brown egg shell color. These strains will start to lay eggs at a younger age than most standard heritage breeds and produce big large/extra large brown eggs. They are also color sexable as chicks for the first generation which are the chicks you will receive. Cockerel chicks are white and the pullet chicks are more brownish red in color. Leg color is mostly yellow but a few may have some greenish color. Feathering color varies with brownish feathers and white feathers on the adult hens. Feathering color varies from totally white to white with light to dark red feathers in shoulder feathers in the adult rooster. Chicks from the second generation will not be color sexable and will come in multiple colors. The parent stock is made from a Rhode Island Red male and the Rhode Island White female.

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