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Looks like a game mix to me. I don't see any signs of a heavy breed in her direct background.
Aggressiveness isn't so much a breed trait. It depends on the individual. It depends more on how they are raised. Mistreated cockerels make for...
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Glad to help. Nice birds you've got there by the way.
x2 @Birds of a Feather. She is a Crele Old English Game bantam. No doubt in my mind.
Typically Sexlinks will start laying around 4.5-5 months of age.
Not with a CC Legbar rooster. If you had used a CC Legbar hen then the chicks would have been sexlinked. Barred roosters pass on barring to all...
Likely from a Brown Leghorn dam and something pea combed sire. Undoubtedly a cockerel.
"Typical" Easter Eggers are green legged, medium build, muffed, and bearded. Though more and more non-bearded Easter Eggers are showing up in...
Your Orp/Legbar cross chick will likely develop feather type and size somewhere in the middle of its parents.
Rock/Legbar chick "if its a...
Silver Duckwing Yokohama "yellow legs" and Silver Phoenix "slate legs"
Line breeding or inbreeding won't hurt chickens for many, many, many, many, many generations. In fact it strengthens bloodline traits. So don't...
Sexlinks are bred to mature fast and start laying young. So that's why the combs develop early. Combs can flush red/pink for many reasons.
If she came from a colored egg "blue, blue/green, green" they its likely an Easter Egger. If not its more likely just a mixed breed of some kind....
That much comb and wattle development at this young age combined with the gold wing bars makes for a cockerel for sure. The behavior you describe...
Its hard to say for certain if its an Easter Egger. Where did it come from? If its 8-10 weeks its very likely a pullet.
Looks like a Black Sexlink pullet to me.
I'd wait another week or so to be sure. But it's not looking good if you were wanting pullets.