In the Brooder
- Jul 18, 2019
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Yes, you have two cockerels and a pullet. They won't be roosters or hen until their a year old.
And yes, you shouldn't breed a frizzle cockerel to a frizzle pullet. Besides the semi-lethal (which I hadn't heard) you will have birds with very fragile feather that don't feather in completely. The poor things will be half naked with broken feathers all the time.
I'd figure out if you want to sell both cockerels and replace with a smooth cockerel, or replace the pullet.... If you want to breed.
I am starting slowly, all mine are babi3s still. I have a very small mixture of things at the moment as i learn, i am just a planner and informational by nature, so the more info the better!!!! Nothing ready for breeding until sometime next year.The frizzles I've seen have been bantam Cochins, and they were adorable! Because this is all new to you, start with only one project breeding group, not three or four. It's supposed to be fun, and not make you crazy!