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Cleopatra has turned into Pharow--anybody know what breeds he is?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by froggiesheins, Oct 20, 2010.

  1. froggiesheins

    froggiesheins Crowing

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    [​IMG] Pharow is one month old now and I am curious what sort of a mutt he is. Momma appeared to be a Lacy Roundhead. He is getting a "cowlick" on top of his head now. What do you "birdbrains" out there think??[​IMG][​IMG]
     

  2. txcarl1258

    txcarl1258 Songster

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    Are you sure its a boy? Looks like a girl to me.
     
  3. cashdl

    cashdl Songster

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    Looks like a girl to me too. It also looks like one of my polish easter egger cross's when she was a baby.

    Lanae
     
  4. Lbrad7

    Lbrad7 Songster

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    I am guessing its a boy and a EE.
     
  5. Lbrad7

    Lbrad7 Songster

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    I am guessing you have a EE and that its a roo.
     
  6. Illia

    Illia Crazy for Colors

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    Easter Egger (mutt chicken, although this one looks like one of the originals from South America) the gender is hard to say, but so far I see a girl. At this age the color can be deceiving - But it looks like a girl. If it starts to develop red coloring or a lot of black, it's a boy.

    So ironic though, our first Easter Egger we ever got, we named Cleopatra . . . . Turned out to be a boy. [​IMG]
     
  7. Tiss

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    I'd guess EE boy too.
     

  8. LaurenM23

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    I'm thinking EE and a pullet, but I'd love to see how it turns out!
     

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