egghunter

In the Brooder
10 Years
Aug 9, 2009
16
0
22
Northern MN
(My first post with images, so fingers crossed...)

This was one of those free rare-breed specials. Any guesses on what breed this is?
9 weeks old.
I was hoping for a hen, but you know how that goes.




 

egghunter

In the Brooder
10 Years
Aug 9, 2009
16
0
22
Northern MN
The legs are dark, (I would call them black).
Bottom of the feet are almost a buff or flesh color, (would that be considered white or yellow?), with the claws the same light color as the bottom of the feet.

Chic is from McMurray Hatchery if that helps at all.
 

BantyRooster

Songster
10 Years
Apr 14, 2009
441
2
131
Michigan
I'm thinking Black Austrolorp roo, too.

"Bottom of the feet are almost a buff or flesh color, (would that be considered white or yellow?)"

I'd say that makes them white.

Be careful. These days you can't say flesh when refering to a light color, or buff. It isn't considered Politically Correct.

Even Crayola had to change the name on that color crayon.
 

Krodsorin

Songster
10 Years
Apr 24, 2009
352
5
151
NSW Australia
What is the difference between black orpington and black australorp?
arent they the same?
Australorp is Australian Black Orpington
 

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