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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by plb91780, Nov 4, 2014.
Got these ladies free but dont know what they are.
Do they have feathered legs? They might be Partridge Cochins (feathered legs), or Partridge Plymouth Rocks (non-feathered).
They were advertised as cochins but dont have feathered legs.
Partridge plymouth rocks looks spot on!
They're probably Partridge Plymouth Rocks.
I agree with the above members; they look like Partridge Rocks.
I have a young hen - i believe she is a Crevecoeur....she was sold to me as as a 3-day old chick-mottled Houdan (May 2014)- hatched at Ideal or Murray -McMurray Hatchery) purchased as sexed pullet from local feed store here in Eureka, CA USA
-however, she has blue-grey legs, four toes, black feathers with greenish tinge..no mottled feathers, as a chick she was predominately black with white rump.picture tells all...
photos ive seen of mottled Houdan chick are black/white-predom white fuzz with distinct pattern.
She has not laid yet...so i dont yet have an egg to compare.
At about 7 days
She is black chick - (center)4-8 days old, i believe she must be Crevecoeur?!?
What does her comb look like? A Crevecoeur has a divided V comb.