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I was delighted to see this post. How the chicken looks is not nearly as important as how it performs. This is a cross I have high hopes for. Hybrid vigor, large meaty size and productive egg layers. I can't wait for mine to hatch. Thank you Christine!

I am looking forward to seeing more chick babies!  You have a good shot of getting this since there were 5 sulmtaler hens and one bielefelder hen and one sulmtaler roo who is the alpha roo and a biel roo but you might get some barbezieux too with my two hens!  I had pulled my isbar roo's out for another project several days prior. I have a sulmtaler growing out now- a roo. But, I think he's 100% sulmtalers.  I just hatched what i thought came from the barbezieux....brown oval face color on a dark brown/black chick. Cutest little fuzz ball.

 "What lies before us and what lies behind...are tiny matters when compared to what lies within" RW Emerson

 

Small farm raising Christmas trees and chickens:  Svart Hona, German Bielefelders, Swedish Isbar(Silverudd's Blues) & Flowers, Sulmtalers, Crested Creme Legbars, Easter Eggers & Olive Eggers, Silkies, Appenzellar Spitzhaubens, White Pavlovskaya, Queen Silvia and Marsh Dasies...Oh yeah...

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 "What lies before us and what lies behind...are tiny matters when compared to what lies within" RW Emerson

 

Small farm raising Christmas trees and chickens:  Svart Hona, German Bielefelders, Swedish Isbar(Silverudd's Blues) & Flowers, Sulmtalers, Crested Creme Legbars, Easter Eggers & Olive Eggers, Silkies, Appenzellar Spitzhaubens, White Pavlovskaya, Queen Silvia and Marsh Dasies...Oh yeah...

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