Any help guessing breed and sex? part 2

BASMP

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Aug 18, 2019
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1.Approximately 3 months old. Yellow legs. Breed? Sex?
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2.Approximately 3 months old. Yellow legs. Breed? Sex?
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3.Approximately 3 months old. Yellow legs. Breed? Sex?
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4.Approximately 5 months old. Is it a pure Polish or a mix? I assume it's a hen, am I right?
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5.Approximately 3 months old. Yellow legs. Breed? Sex?
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6.Approximately 3 months old. Yellow legs. Breed? Sex?
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7.Approximately 3 months old. Yellow legs. I think it's a cockerel. Maybe a game fowl mix?
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8.Approximately 3 months old. I bought it as an Ameraucana. It's rumpless, it has green legs and it is hooded.
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9.Approximately 3 months old. Yellow legs. Breed? Sex?
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Frazzemrat1

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So cant the 8 one be araucana? she's rumpless, has green legs and a pea comb
mmmm where did you get them? Araucana are kinda rare, and no hatchery sells them. It would be strange to get one accidentally, and even a project bird isn't cheap. I paid around $40 each for my last set of Araucana from one of the top breeders in the country.

I think its more likely to be an easter egger, and the feathers will grow in soon.
 

BASMP

Chirping
Aug 18, 2019
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mmmm where did you get them? Araucana are kinda rare, and no hatchery sells them. It would be strange to get one accidentally, and even a project bird isn't cheap. I paid around $40 each for my last set of Araucana from one of the top breeders in the country.

I think its more likely to be an easter egger, and the feathers will grow in soon.
Got them from a farm that had Araucanas but as I wrote in a previous reply I keep my doubts. But definitely i didnt got her accidentally but as an Araucana. I have to also mention that I live in Greece so probably there is a difference in the prize etc.
Which feathers will grow in soon, btw?
 

Frazzemrat1

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May 8, 2017
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Got them from a farm that had Araucanas but as I wrote in a previous reply I keep my doubts. But definitely i didnt got her accidentally but as an Araucana. I have to also mention that I live in Greece so probably there is a difference in the prize etc.
Which feathers will grow in soon, btw?
I meant tail feathers. They do have both the American standard and UK standard there in Greece. I thought you were here in the States... presumptuous of me. So... yes, its possible that its an American standard Araucana.
 

Melbeforeyou

Chirping
May 20, 2019
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mmmm where did you get them? Araucana are kinda rare, and no hatchery sells them. It would be strange to get one accidentally, and even a project bird isn't cheap. I paid around $40 each for my last set of Araucana from one of the top breeders in the country.

I think its more likely to be an easter egger, and the feathers will grow in soon.
They are not that rare here, they have them at the poultry auction all the time, place is swimming with Araucana :)
 

BASMP

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Aug 18, 2019
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I meant tail feathers. They do have both the American standard and UK standard there in Greece. I thought you were here in the States... presumptuous of me. So... yes, its possible that its an American standard Araucana.
I also have to mention that she doesn't have tail bone so will she grow in tail feathers? I don't think so. She sported little ear tufts one month ago, the time i bought her though she doesn't have them now.
 

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