not usually. my other sebright abandoned her nest 7 eggs in. my mama hen is one of a kind. she stayed with her chicks happily well after they needed her. i actually separated her when the chicks lost interest in her. they stopped sleeping under her at night.
sebright thread - Page 152
I have a Golden Sebright rooster available for pick up. He's one year old and is fertile (I hatched one of his chicks).
I am interested in breeding Silverudd Blue's so I can only have one roo!
He is VERY protective of his girls (his flock includes 4 Sebrights, 5 Australorps and 2 Isa Browns).
Local pick up only (Pittsburgh area). PM me if interested!
Edited by ConchChicken - 4/19/16 at 6:53am
Are those 2 pictures the same rooster?
They aren't mine... They are bantam bandits
Oh, that makes sense. The first pic, to me, the lacing looks a little heavy on the black, but his tail is awesome! I'd try breeding with a lighter laced female.
** disclaimer, I'm going solely on my personal preference and could be totally off base, but giving my opinion anyway... He is beautiful!