🤔🤔😏😏Color confusion🙄🙄🧐🧐

tiktilaok

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Can anyone help me identify the colors of these cornish chickens? Thanks!
 

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Egghead_Jr

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1st and last two are partridge aka indian game. The difference in appearance is male/female. Middle three I don't believe are a variety unless poor quality blue laced red, splash and blue males.
 

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First and last are red double laced AKA dark. The middle ones are blue red double laced AKA blue dark (a term I literally just made up because I’ve never seen it before.)
The first might actually lack the mahogany gene, however.
 

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First and last are red double laced AKA dark. The middle ones are blue red double laced AKA blue dark (a term I literally just made up because I’ve never seen it before.)
The first might actually lack the mahogany gene, however.
Blue laced or blue laced red is the name of the blue double laced variety in cornish.
 

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Nope! There is a separate variety of Cornish called blue laced red but it is indeed single laced.
If you look up “blue laced cornish” you’ll see several roosters with none to very minimal lacing. Two of the roosters above do have lacing, it’s just minimal, which seems to be very common in this variety.
 

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If you look up “blue laced cornish” you’ll see several roosters with none to very minimal lacing. Two of the roosters above do have lacing, it’s just minimal, which seems to be very common in this variety.
I guess they’re just wrong then. Blue laced Cornish in the Standard are just laced.
 

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