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Originally Posted by heatherfeather7 View Post

Can any of you tell me if any of these are swedish flowers?  (I thought they were Swedish flower eggs, but now I'm not sure what I have!)

They are 4 weeks old now. 

Luna





Brownie - guessing no...have no clue what she is!



Lemon - apparently a rooster whatever he






To me they look like they can still be Sweedish flowers.
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Originally Posted by cutipatooti View Post


To me they look like they can still be Sweedish flowers.


They look like they could be SFH's, but the leg color looks slate/black instead of yellow or even white. A couple look like they have light eyes, but some look like they have black eyes. Most of my SFH's have green eyes.

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Swedish Flower Hens, Silver Ameraucana, Gold and Lemon East Frisian Gull and lovely Silverudd Blue (formerly called Blue Isbar)

-Also limited Black Ameraucana available.

-Several ongoing projects too! including super green egg-layers.

 

Please visit our farm page at-  https://www.facebook.com/Poseyhillpoultry

 

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Montana Poultry Permit 

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Hi BYchickadoo

You boy is not crested those are his eyebrows. I have hens with eyebrows like that. He's a beauty. It will be fun seeing what he produces. 😊


I believe you @OHfarmerswife , but if those are eyebrows he needs to be named Groucho after Groucho Marx. 

Swedish Flower Hens, Silver Ameraucana, Gold and Lemon East Frisian Gull and lovely Silverudd Blue (formerly called Blue Isbar)

-Also limited Black Ameraucana available.

-Several ongoing projects too! including super green egg-layers.

 

Please visit our farm page at-  https://www.facebook.com/Poseyhillpoultry

 

NPIP-TN #63-667

VA Poultry Approval 

Montana Poultry Permit 

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Swedish Flower Hens, Silver Ameraucana, Gold and Lemon East Frisian Gull and lovely Silverudd Blue (formerly called Blue Isbar)

-Also limited Black Ameraucana available.

-Several ongoing projects too! including super green egg-layers.

 

Please visit our farm page at-  https://www.facebook.com/Poseyhillpoultry

 

NPIP-TN #63-667

VA Poultry Approval 

Montana Poultry Permit 

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Originally Posted by heatherfeather7 View Post

Can any of you tell me if any of these are swedish flowers?  (I thought they were Swedish flower eggs, but now I'm not sure what I have!)

They are 4 weeks old now. 

Luna





Brownie - guessing no...have no clue what she is!



Lemon - apparently a rooster whatever he is!





Hi heather
Brownie is definitely not a SFH the others look as if they could be a mix.

We breed Swedish Flower Hens, Blue Splash Marans & Silverudd' Blues. Just beginning on Silver Ameraucanas.


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We breed Swedish Flower Hens, Blue Splash Marans & Silverudd' Blues. Just beginning on Silver Ameraucanas.


City girl married to a grain farmer who accepts my chicken addiction!  6 kids between us & 13 grandkids. Golden Retriever, Black Labby, Calico & Tuxedo Cats. 12 coops & counting!

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post #11415 of 12223

Thanks for the input everyone!  I appreciate it!

 

Funny thing is the little rooster (Lemon) hatched from what I thought was a Cream Legbar.....  no clue on that now!  They are cute little things regardless! :)

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Manager of Abi's Coffee House.

Please submit all complaints to me and I will be sure to send them to our Resolution Specialist.  

 

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post #11416 of 12223

Hey everyone!

 

I'm curious as to what everyone refers to when they talk about their german pen, or german chicken. I'm guessing this is referring to color? But what colors (or if I'm wrong what in general) make it a SFH german?

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Originally Posted by heatherfeather7 View Post
 

Can any of you tell me if any of these are swedish flowers?  (I thought they were Swedish flower eggs, but now I'm not sure what I have!)

 

They are 4 weeks old now. 

 

 

 

Hi!

I wouldn´t give up on Brownie just yet. She doesn´t look typical sfh, but I´ve had a few darker ones like that, and once in a while I´ll get a bird that gets his flowering very late. I almost gave up on a pretty black and white boy once because he looked like he wouldn´t get any flowering, and then he turned out beautiful at about 4 months. It might be worth the wait. The black and white ones all look very sfh to me. And yes, if Lemon is only 4 weeks and has a comb like that already, I´d also agree that he´s a boy.

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Originally Posted by mcfar09 View Post
 

Hey everyone!

 

I'm curious as to what everyone refers to when they talk about their german pen, or german chicken. I'm guessing this is referring to color? But what colors (or if I'm wrong what in general) make it a SFH german?

Hi,

I´m not based in the U.S., but as far as I understand they´re referring to an imported German line of sfh, compared to the lines that go back to imported Swedish ones.

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That's my understanding, too, Alpine Chicken.
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There are at least 8 babies stuffed in here with the 2 moms! Now how do I get these fierce protectors to let me get them out. In my experience the chicks dehydrate before they are big enough to jump out on their own. I will have to get some armor on because these girls are very serious mommas!

 

Swedish Flower Hens, Silver Ameraucana, Gold and Lemon East Frisian Gull and lovely Silverudd Blue (formerly called Blue Isbar)

-Also limited Black Ameraucana available.

-Several ongoing projects too! including super green egg-layers.

 

Please visit our farm page at-  https://www.facebook.com/Poseyhillpoultry

 

NPIP-TN #63-667

VA Poultry Approval 

Montana Poultry Permit 

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Swedish Flower Hens, Silver Ameraucana, Gold and Lemon East Frisian Gull and lovely Silverudd Blue (formerly called Blue Isbar)

-Also limited Black Ameraucana available.

-Several ongoing projects too! including super green egg-layers.

 

Please visit our farm page at-  https://www.facebook.com/Poseyhillpoultry

 

NPIP-TN #63-667

VA Poultry Approval 

Montana Poultry Permit 

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