Any hopes of having a pullet out of these three Americaunas?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by momofthree, May 21, 2010.

  1. momofthree

    momofthree Songster

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    AFTER i took the pictures, i then read the guidelines....as soon as i finish up my work, i will go back out and get better pictures.

    These are Americaunas and she is not sure of the age, guessing around the 3 week mark with the lighter one being a week or so older and put in with younger ones because it was getting pecked on.

    these are all of the same chick here:
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    Here is the older one and i will get better pics of this one in a bit:

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    the other two: (one of them will be the the one in the first pics)

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  2. KellyHM

    KellyHM Crowing

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    Those are Easter Eggers (not Ameraucanas), but they're very cute! It's hard to tell on them when they're that young, but if you get us a close up of the combs we might be able to take better guesses. [​IMG]
     
  3. momofthree

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    Ok, she called them the Americaunas so i was just going on what she said.......she did say that they all will have rose combs.........

    so, off to take some face shots [​IMG]
     
  4. KellyHM

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    Hatcheries (and people who aren't educated about Ameraucanas) sell EEs as Ameraucanas and/or Araucanas. It doesn't really matter if you just want them for your flock. They come is more varieties/colors than pure Ameraucanas anyways. [​IMG]
     

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