OK, the real photos (the ones I could get). First the black ones, pullet and then rose comb:
Here's the partridge:
Puppy is the closet to the front on the roost. Note the abnormal New Hampshire pullet on the lower roost - interestingly, whatever her genetic deformity, it comes with some white mottling of her feathers (not that I would breed her even if she were able). Look at her eyes/eyelids - she also has poor balance. But she's pretty tough and has survived so far, and the others will snuggle with her, so I haven't had the heart to cull her yet.
Another roost shot, and then some boys at the feeder:
Pretty, sweet birds - I'll say it again, I love my Naked Necks!
- Ant Farm
Oh yes, I know she's partridge - I only have two that are solid black (so far), this one is clearly partridge, and the others that started black have red accents... It'll be interesting to see how those turn out...
Edit to add - BTW, she DOES look like a pullet to me (maybe I misunderstood - is that what you meant, gender?), but by her growth chart, she's up there with the smaller boys in weight. If her growth keeps up, she'll be a big girl!!! On the other hand, the pure black pullet is the smallest of the NNs I have.
- ANt Farm
Awwww, this is the BEST PIC EVAH!!!!!!11111!!!!!
That is a great idea actually. Or a show- box, three solid(and colored) sides with open front.