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That little one up there turned into this little cutie. smile.png


She's getting more bronze in her chest and is very sweet.

If you want to take any guesses, feel free on the next ones! All bought mixed.

Michonne. She's large with slate legs, muff and the shiniest, softest feathers.



Tina, red with black and feathered legs.



Left is my EE/silkie Chowder, Right is Panini. She's getting a couple random grey feathers on her wings.



Ra, my second oldest. She's HUGE and a jerk. Horrible layer also. xD 



Truffles, she's extremely flighty and makes a sound like a goose.

Does Michonne happen to be named after a TV character?
post #102 of 107
We crossed a silver spangled hamburg hen with a golden phoenix roo. The result is this little guy. Just hatched early this morning 19 days in the incubator at 100.4 degree f.

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Here's some of the boys I hatched out from my buff orp roo and black aussie hen. Out of the 4 that hatched I ended up with 4 boys😧 3 have a mostly purple tinted tail while one has a green tinted tail. They all have black spots on their chest except one that has a solid gold/red body.


This is my peanut, a buff orp roo and barred rock hen cross. She is a great little chicken! Very smart and loves to cuddle and be held. She usually greets me when I get home big_smile.png She lays a medium pinkish egg
post #104 of 107
I'm wondering what the results of a blue copper marans roo over barred rock hens would be. Anyone have pictures?
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I'm wondering what the results of a blue copper marans roo over barred rock hens would be. Anyone have pictures?
I had a FBCM over a cuckoo marans... Sorta similar. I only got Roos, but they were grey with slight barring, and a few goldish brown feathers in their neck shoulders and wings.
Really beautiful and desired by all of my neighbors!
Edited by acemario - 12/13/15 at 9:13pm
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post #106 of 107
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I'm wondering what the results of a blue copper marans roo over barred rock hens would be. Anyone have pictures?


They would be black and blue sex links. About half black, half blue on average. males will have a white spot on the head at hatch, indicating barring. Females will have a solid dark head. these will be easy to see on the black chicks, not so easy to see on the blue chicks. I tried a blue sex link project for two years and kept getting ambiguous birds. but the blue females are very pretty when they grow out. so are the barred males, but they don't get to live near as long around here.

 

Depending on the amount of copper your rooster has, the offspring will also mature with copper markings.

Rachel BB

Stem cell transplant from unrelated donor in Feb 2015. Thank you to all my friends here on BYC for all your support during my treatment and ongoing recovery!

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Rachel BB

Stem cell transplant from unrelated donor in Feb 2015. Thank you to all my friends here on BYC for all your support during my treatment and ongoing recovery!

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post #107 of 107
Unknown silkie cross (poor pic)

Red sex link x barred rock roo

Red sex link x barred rock roo

Ayam cemani hybrids

Mixes are my favorite!
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