Naked Neck/Turken Thread - Page 1426
I don't know what to call this color. Gold Duckwing or Golden Wheaten, or just Wheaten. Has the chipmunk stripe of the Duckwing. Pullet.
Barred Partridge pullet. Looks like the partridge base is fading out. It not really a black base either so, I don't know.
Another Partridge cockerel.
All four of these are from the crossing of a Silver Barred Naked Neck (Black Sex Link) over a Black Crossbred hen. The hen is 1/2 Black Jersey Giant 1/4 Easter Egger and 1/4 Production Red. I'm not claiming pure NN yet. These babies are only 1/8 EE. When the EE falls off a five generation pedigree thorn I'll claim PB. Unless if course green/blue eggs are still showing up. I don't expect any to show in thus line though, tge sure had none in his side and the hen laid brown eggs, so I figure tge blue egg gene is lost to this line.
A few pics from today ................................................ well, okay, maybe a little more then a few
Phyllis w/ her sister () behind her and Rudy photo bombing
The FM boy
Even new clothes need preening
The matching pants didn't fit.
Phyllis in her dots'
A better pic of the three colored girl, is there mottling in there???
The surviving baby of the last preditor that got the broody mom and her hatch mate
One of the up and coming boys
Couple of girls
This is my first boy w/ a top knot
One of my favorite girls, she is larger then most of my hens and very dark fm
The colors of this boy didn't show well
Rtip, Qtip's clone
This up and coming boy is beautiful, but on the small side.
No mottling in both however he is the male version of the pullet's color.
The boy in backbround is mottled for sure, combined with barring. He's wonderful too!
- Get off my lawn
You have such beautiful birds!!!!!
(And full marks for your sewing skills. I'm impressed - I don't know how I would even start designing clothes for a chicken...)
- Ant Farm
That boy is the one that had a solid white back that we were talking about whether he was pied or not. (the mottled in the background)
The rooster that I've been calling Silver Barred looks a lot like this rooster. A sort of Black Sex Link color.
FTP t rooster is a beauty, for a make anyway. I've never gotten a rooster that color but as Kev days I've gotten the female version several tines. Always wonder how he rooster would look, now I know.
I really like that roster.in the background he for sure would put skins spots on my birds. Keel your eye on him if I come that way I just might look him up and convince him to come home with me.
Edited by draye - 10/16/15 at 7:57pm
I believe the top roo'let is some form of Birchen in the mix.
It could be. Sometimes there are things you see In person that you cannot see in pictures. I think mine had a little more silver white over his back and saddle area..
Edited by draye - 10/16/15 at 8:16pm