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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Sootsie, Oct 9, 2010.
We thought it might be a jubilee sussex but not sure
It's not working.
But I know what jubilee looks like and I know what a sussex looks like, so look up speckled sussex in google.
im trying to get photo on but not sure what im doing wrong lol
Instead of making it an image, make it a link. I copied and pasted it to my address bar and it worked.
got it thanx
There it is! Speckled Sussex.
yey thanx i googled it too mystery solved im new to chickens until a year ago they were all brown lol is speckled a pure breed or a hybrid (EE) be nice to breed him he so pretty
Speckled is one of the colorings of Sussex chickens. I like it, it is different in its markings. The speckle is where the red feathers end in a black bar separating the white tip from the red. The best feathers will have no bleeding of white into red or the other way. My roo just feathered out and I learned that the wings have quite a bit of white on them. I had clipped his wings quite young, before the white was very evident. If you have girls, my pullet laid about 5 eggs a week until molt. Nice pretty girls. I have added 6 more to the flock.