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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by JakRat, Jul 10, 2011.
no idea what this supposed lady cochin americana mix actually is...
Hey that almost looks like what ever cross I have right here lol ..
Looks like a d'uccle cochin mix or something. The bottom one looks like a duccle silkie mix.
LOL is yours a bantam??? She is supposed to be a full grown... sigh
Why does the first one have to be a mix? It just looks like a Porcelain D'uccle to me.
Quote:That's what the guy I bought her from said she was but her coloring doesn't make sense for that to me
is she a he?
I thought d'uccle tails were supposed to be long and upright?...I have both right now and it looks like a d'uccle with a cochin tail. Although...the pic doesn't show the tail too clearly.
It also appears to be male
Quote:Son of a Beesting!!! The guy I bought them from seems to be a liar and a cheat... oh well I guess I will have to find a new home for a few of them... the tail is not as prominent as the other owner in the post below mine. It is very calm very very calm. If this is a bantam how old would you say? do the d'uccles come in a larger size? agh I am furious!
It could also just be from hatchery stock which would be why it's tail is not "normal". but yes, that is most definitely a boy. I have two almost 2 month old mille fleur d'uccles and their combs and tiny and yellow.
If I had to guess age looking at the size of the grass....1-2 months? If you decide to get more, you can tell females from males at 3 weeks old as males get large red combs early. They stay pretty small, and they do not come in a standard large fowl size.
Quote:grrr!!! He is super sweet but I am going to have to find another home for him as my DH said NO ROOSTERS!! He is also telling me to wait it out a few weeks to see if it gets any bigger that maybe it is a mix... not sure about that... and who knows maybe I have all boys in my flock!