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Henney- I cant tell the other two pics because the pics are sideways and I cant see their combs.
I would say the first pics is a pullt from the comb. The second one I cannot tell because thats a single comb and not correct. But you...
Silkies should not have Single combs or red wattles.
I agree. You can tell a lot from their muffs. I would say my boys tend to have mohawks while my girls like you said, have a large poof look.
Im not debating its a rooster, Im debating that I think its a silver penciled rock versus a Silver leghorn.
Yes, I will get some pics by tomorrow.
Its weird if its a leghorn roos because this is my brown leghorn who is a week or so younger and is clearly a rooster in compairson. So if it is a...
I was thinking maybe Silver Leghorn?? I am lost.
The point of a chicken tractor is to leave them in and move the tractor to get fresh grass. Also, My tractor does have a very low perch [IMG]
I will take some pics of my youngsters and show you the difference. I will PM you the pics.
I'm not sure why people say you can only tell when it crows or lays an eggs. I can tell my Silkies pullets/cocekrels apart at 8 weeks old. The...
Let them out of the cage. Trust me, they will nto travel far. I will say there is a nigh and day difference in my meaties from being in the...
This is our chicken tractor. We built it from scratch in a few hours. Its 2 feet tall, 4 fee wide and 8 feet long. It cost me roughly $47
Looks just like my Brown Leghorn. Wyandottes can have that comb but it is incorrect. Sorry. SLW would be black with the chicpmonk pattern on its back.
I used colored zipties as well. Lowes sells a tube full of different sizes and colors for I think $6. I like them because they are floresent...
From what I have been told, Now its the time. I think anything after 16 weeks is going to be tough meat.
I put mine out at 2 weeks old. I think it just depends on where you live and the temps. Mine are now 3 weeks old and no where near feathered out...