Am I a game roo?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by CrazyWestTexasFarmGirl, Jun 5, 2010.

  1. CrazyWestTexasFarmGirl

    CrazyWestTexasFarmGirl In the Brooder

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    Anybody want to take a guess as to what this little guy is?????
    He was a lone chick given to us because he was too noisy..(lonely)

    GOt a heck of an attitude..... currently on probation for flogging my ankle the other day....
    if he does it again hes gonna get dunked in the stock tank and if that doesnt work.........
     
  2. gritsar

    gritsar Cows, Chooks & Impys - OH MY!

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    I think it is a game roo. Couldn't tell you what type though.
     
  3. sydney13

    sydney13 Songster

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    could he be a oeg or a serma maybe
     
  4. Redcatcher

    Redcatcher Songster

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    Too deep in the breast to be a game. He looks more like a meat bird.
     
  5. DTchickens

    DTchickens Crowing

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    Game cross.
     
  6. Minniechickmama

    Minniechickmama Senora Pollo Loco 8 Years

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    I wonder if he is a cross with a Sebright?
     
  7. CrazyWestTexasFarmGirl

    CrazyWestTexasFarmGirl In the Brooder

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    Definitely not meat bird.... he is a lean mean tiny little guy, bantam sized.
    other than his coloring he seems to resemble american games? Not familiar with the types... are there bantam games?
    Do they use bantams to fight?

    Lets just say... the circle he came from.... could have had fighting connections....
    I dont know where they are/go but every Friday night we have trucks with cages of non meat birds going down our road..... like 7 or 8 vehicles that pass our house in one night and all go the same way and a few years ago on the weekends after you could go down a certain dirt road and there would be dead roosters with cords on their legs dumped off in the ditch.

    Hes sure not gonna be involved in that stuff living with me.... he is a spoilt pet even with his little tantrum the other day....Today hes minding his ps & qs and my ankles....
     

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