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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by papileo, Oct 22, 2014.
Can anyone identify what breed of chicken she is ? She has light yellow legs
Hello and Welcome To BYC! Is she a bantam? Does she have feathers on her legs? You might want to post pictures in the What Breed/Gender forum for help with figuring out what she is, if you can get side shots showing the legs etc that would help. https://www.backyardchickens.com/f/15/what-breed-or-gender-is-this
I tried to get a good pic of her legs but they are kinda covered by her feathers
Your hen is a beauty. The other poster wanted to see the legs. Now that we know they are feathered, that is a major clue to what breed she is.
Welcome to BYC! Glad you decided to join us. Are her legs feathered or clean? X2 on posting her on our What Breed or Gender is This? section and letting our experts there look at her. It would be easiest to identify her if you could post a full body profile showing head, legs, and tail. Also, posting her age is a good idea. Please feel free to ask any questions you may have. We are here to help in any way we can. Good luck with your hen.
With a little more information we'll have your pretty girl identified in no time.
What info will be needed ?@Ol Grey Mare
The questions asked above are a great place to start
@Michael OShay actually when we got her from our local breeder she was clean
Glad you joined us!
In my opinion, your cute white pullet is a White Wyandotte, or possibly a White Wyandotte mix. The feathering on her legs appears light enough that I think it is just stubs. Stubs are downy feathers on the legs of clean-legged chicken breeds, that may pop up even in completely purebred lines. Stubs are a disqualification when showing chickens, but won't affect how good a layer or pet your hen is.