Cream Crested Legbars, BCM, Rhodebars, bearded silkies, good laced/buff laced polish, black/lavender ameraucanas
Bourbon red, red bronze, royal palm, mottled black
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Since your birds came from me, I can give a little background for this strain. 2 generations back they originated from a single pair, my original pair are still with me, the roo is free-ranging on the farm and definitely the tamest one around. He eats out of my hand all the time, despite me never making any effort to tame him when he was in the breeding pen. His sons (the sires of your birds) are also extremely well mannered. They all have the black and will never be show quality without major outcrossing to show quality RIR's. They are however, 100% autosexing, the easiest breed to sex of any that I have. The hens are also extraordinary production layers, on par with commercial RIR's.
I really like these Rhodebars, and everyone that sees my breeders thinks the males are very handsome, despite (or maybe because of) the black. This year I sold a lot of Rhodebar chicks to first time chicken owners, and the feedback I have gotten is that they are almost always the favorite hen, pretty, personable, ridiculously tame and easy to manage. Pretty much the perfect backyard laying hen.