1. QuailHollow

    QuailHollow Songster

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  2. nzpouter

    nzpouter Songster

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    The blue comes from your rooster, he's a splash with a hint of buff.
     
  3. wclawrence

    wclawrence Songster

    Yea the blue came from your rooster.
    You can use him for sure. It just depends on what you want to do. He already looks a little Langshan-ish, so maybe you could do something like blue langshans (do they already have those?)
    Worse case scenario, you breed him and raise chicks. Or not. Try it!
     
  4. monarc23

    monarc23 Coturnix Obsessed

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    AWH I saw this guy on pennswoods and I was like woah he's gorgeous! I had no idea he was yours Sam!!

    KEEP HIM USE HIM PLEASE! LOL!
     
  5. cwc362

    cwc362 Songster

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    Maybe he's a Langshan x Cochin Cross or maybe even Langshan x buff orp. He's beautiful whatever he is. [​IMG]
     
  6. QuailHollow

    QuailHollow Songster

    Quote:I had read in an old poultry book that Buff Langshans were believed to be a cross between a Langshan and lanky Cochin hen... but they do not seem to exist in America in this color variety.
     
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  7. monarc23

    monarc23 Coturnix Obsessed

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    QuailHollowP&P :

    Quote:I had read in an old poultry book that Buff Langshans were believed to be a cross between a Langshan and lanky Cochin hen... but they do not seem to exist in America in this color variety. [​IMG]

    so he could easily be a purebred....i could see him being too because he looks a lot like a langy [​IMG]
     

  8. wolfie

    wolfie Songster

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    QuailHollowP&P :

    Quote:I had read in an old poultry book that Buff Langshans were believed to be a cross between a Langshan and lanky Cochin hen... but they do not seem to exist in America in this color variety. [​IMG]

    [​IMG] if he is that would be cool [​IMG]
     
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  9. QuailHollow

    QuailHollow Songster

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