LAChickens

This is my Rhodebar rooster. He's gorgeous with red and white barring, and black and white striped tail feathers. Rhodebars were developed in England in the 1940s by crossing a Rhode Island Red with a Brussbar (Barredd Rocks are also used) Developed as an autosexing dual use breed - you can tell female from male at birth by their feathering. Yellow chicks are male, darker striped/barred chicks are female.

This is my Rhodebar rooster. He's gorgeous with red and white barring, and black and white striped tail feathers. Rhodebars were developed in England in the 1940s by crossing a Rhode Island Red with a Brussbar (Barredd Rocks are also used) Developed as an autosexing dual use breed - you can tell female from male at birth by their feathering. Yellow chicks are male, darker striped/barred chicks are female.
LAChickens, Jan 2, 2015

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