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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by OkapisRule, Nov 14, 2007.
Are these game chickens?
If they are, do game chickens lay good enough eggs?
The beard on the last one and possibly the green legs on the first make me think Easter egger. Maybe a game EE cross. There are green legged games also.
They look like mixes to me. The green legged one with part EE. Maybe some Japanese Bantam too.
They look all game to me, here is a nice green legged spangled cock
There are also muffed gamefowl, I see no other sign of any other blood in these birds.As far as Laying, I keep 20 or so mixed game hens to sit on my pheasant eggs, They actually lay as well as some of the heavy breeds
The only one I am not sure of is the last one, the other 2 are a game cross, they are not APA OEG but most game birds are not. They are crosses, this occurred because of the main use of this breed.(past)
Game hens usually will go broody , lay a medium to large white egg and are very good mommas.
The one on the right looks just like a muffed OEG Roo I had for awhile. He was the sweetest thing!
the one on the bottom right only has the eye that's showing. .(
They look at least mostly game to me. Leg color varies with variety in most breeds, and usually is not a distinguishing feature by the breed.
a spangled hatch hen, muffed game stag(cockerel), wheaten hen....
....nice looking fowl, them american game hens are the best incubators you can buy......
all three are American Games