Any guess what breed?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Tillychicks, Nov 17, 2016.

  1. Tillychicks

    Tillychicks New Egg

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    These two were dumped at my farm today. Any ideas what breed? They are young and boy can they fly like the dickens! I think the one on the left is a pullet and the one on the right is a Roo.

    Thanks for any suggestions!
     
  2. Pyxis

    Pyxis Hatchaholic Extrordinaire and Team Tube Feeding XO

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    They're both roosters, which is probably why they were dumped on you. They look like Sicilian buttercups with those combs.
     
  3. Tillychicks

    Tillychicks New Egg

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    Both roosters! Oh boy...i was hoping at least 1 was a hen. I will look up Sicilian buttercups..thank you!
     
  4. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years. Premium Member

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    both roos
     
  5. Tillychicks

    Tillychicks New Egg

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    Thank you for the help! Any other breed guesses?
     
  6. theoldchick

    theoldchick The Chicken Whisperer

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    Definitely look like young Sicilian Buttercup. WOW! Don't see those get dumped very often.
    [​IMG] Photo from Janicki Buttercups.
     
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  7. TheKindaFarmGal

    TheKindaFarmGal Chicken Obsessed

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    I'd say Sicilian Buttercup mix, or poor quality. Their earlobes aren't white.
     
  8. donrae

    donrae Hopelessly Addicted Premium Member

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    Mixed breed roosters. They probably have Buttercup ancestry, but they're not pure. Note the lack of white lobes and different colored legs......

    shame on whoever dumped them as opposed to dealing with them personally.
     

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