any particular breed or just mixed.

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Angelicdragon, Jan 11, 2015.

  1. Angelicdragon

    Angelicdragon Just Hatched

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    [​IMG]left is Perky, coz has a perky tail, other black has no tail.

    [​IMG]Perky trying to eat my toes

    [​IMG]Black hen with brown head #1 ... #2 is broody again and sitting.

    [​IMG]Black with brown speckles

    [​IMG]Pure black, blue meatallic sheen to feathers

    [​IMG]Chick, black with brown speckling

    [​IMG]Black with brown head #2 who is on eggs again

    [​IMG]Tan/brown hen lays medium size white eggs

    [​IMG]Some of the chicks showing wing/tail feathers

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    [​IMG]free range flock, only 2/8 hens, 1 chick and the Rooster

    [​IMG]My Isa Brown and the black hen and another tan/brown hen

    [​IMG]yet another hen or unknown breed

    [​IMG]I love my fluffy chick, mummy is white

    [​IMG]I love my little fluffy chick but no idea what sort s/he is

    [​IMG]Fluffy and Perky. Perky has a blue sheen to the black

    [​IMG]one of the other tan/brown hens

    [​IMG]Rooster Bob.. what sort if he?

    [​IMG]all the chicks with white had the white hen and the 3 last black are the black hen and the black/tan hen.

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    [​IMG]my white hen
     
  2. BantamLover21

    BantamLover21 Overrun With Chickens

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  3. Wyandottes7

    Wyandottes7 Overrun With Chickens

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    I agree with Bantamlover21's guesses.
     
  4. Lady of McCamley

    Lady of McCamley Overrun With Chickens

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    x2 with BantamLover21's guesses...with leaning more towards general mix on all of them.

    The only one that MIGHT have some purer genes MIGHT be this one...if she was purchased at a hatchery, SOME Sicilian Buttercup's have straight combs...which would be a major flaw...but I think she is likely a mix that happens to look like a Sicilian.

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    I like my barnyard mixes...they have hybrid vigor and are very colorful and interesting birds.

    Enjoy your flock!
    Lady of McCamley
     

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