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These are delaware x bantam cochins. They are in between in size, the girl is a great layer. I hatched 7 of them, the rest were all colombian like the roo, or delaware marked like the pullet I kept. She started out with blue delaware markings, but they've darkened to black pretty much.


Hi guys! I'm wondering what color the cochin was.... The Delaware was the rooster, right?

 

 

 

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EE Rooster/White Leghorn Hen Lays light blue eggs

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EE rooster/Dark Cornish Hen (old pic, need to get a newer one) lays Olive egg. I have some pictures of a cockeral on my home computer, will post later if I remember)

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Father of Above 2 pullets (was molting in Picture)

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Great thread!  Can someone figure out the combination from a picture?  I bought a mystery pack and the breeder was trying to get a larger meat bird.  He included some heritage birds, but many I haven't been able to ID.  I suppose those are the crossbreeds.  I could sure use some place to start.  These are all roosters and all are nine months old.Last pix 027.jpgLast pix 028.jpgLast pix 035.jpgLast pix 039.jpgLast pix 042.jpg

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Great pictures. We have a few interesting mixed breeds....Arizona, is half silkie and half partridge bantam. She is very cute and has beautiful turquoise "earrings". A great broody sitter.

 

Arizona.JPG

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King.jpg

This is "Golden King"

Father was a Barred Rock, Mother a Buff Orp.

His comb is a bit messed up from a fight w/another roo.

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only this one baby survived. 

Thank goodness she made it-She's beautiful!
Love the dark eyes and black beard
 

I'm loving this thread!

 

 
Ameraucanas- (LF) BBS, Lavender, (BF)- Silver, Lavender Silkies- buff  Cochins- mottled

Incubating now...
Wheaten/Blue Wheaten Marans
Blue Wheaten Ameraucana

 

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Ameraucanas- (LF) BBS, Lavender, (BF)- Silver, Lavender Silkies- buff  Cochins- mottled

Incubating now...
Wheaten/Blue Wheaten Marans
Blue Wheaten Ameraucana

 

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post #57 of 458

I can't wait to see what we get out of our Buff roo and our Barred Rock, and Rhode Island hens. We also have a Silkie roo but the Buff roo wont let him breed lol

Living in North Idaho, Mom of 4 beautiful daughters 19, 18, 18, 15 and a Son in Law 23. 2 cats 1 dog and 7 chickens and a Turkey

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Living in North Idaho, Mom of 4 beautiful daughters 19, 18, 18, 15 and a Son in Law 23. 2 cats 1 dog and 7 chickens and a Turkey

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This is "Golden King"

Father was a Barred Rock, Mother a Buff Orp.

His comb is a bit messed up from a fight w/another roo.



He's awesome!  You can see both breeds in him very easily.  Awesome bird!

 

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I'm seeing bits of Leghorn, Brahma and sexlink.
 

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Great thread!  Can someone figure out the combination from a picture?  I bought a mystery pack and the breeder was trying to get a larger meat bird.  He included some heritage birds, but many I haven't been able to ID.  I suppose those are the crossbreeds.  I could sure use some place to start.  These are all roosters and all are nine months old.Last pix 027.jpgLast pix 028.jpgLast pix 035.jpgLast pix 039.jpgLast pix 042.jpg



 

 

UTAH 4-H STATE CONTEST WINNER - (1ST) 4-H DEMONSTRATIONS!! [7/17/13] - HOW TO WASH A SHOW CHICKEN 

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Whit's Flock (My Chickens) (Click to show)

 

~Whittni, a happy owner of: 1 Rosecomb Bantam hen and 1 Wyandotte cross hen + a few bantam chicks soon!
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UTAH 4-H STATE CONTEST WINNER - (1ST) 4-H DEMONSTRATIONS!! [7/17/13] - HOW TO WASH A SHOW CHICKEN 

- NOMINATE BYC MEMBERS FOR AWARDS HERE

Whit's Flock (My Chickens) (Click to show)

 

~Whittni, a happy owner of: 1 Rosecomb Bantam hen and 1 Wyandotte cross hen + a few bantam chicks soon!
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Pete (pullet) Black tailed white Japanese crossed with a Black Cochin

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

  -- -- Spa Days for Chickens -- --

 

 

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