Columbian Wyandotte + Isa Brown = ???:jumpy produces

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by chooky_boy, Sep 22, 2009.

  1. chooky_boy

    chooky_boy New Egg

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    Hello
    I was wondering one of my silver laced Wyandotte was brudy and it had alot of eggs under it. Suprisingly one of the eggs hatched and I looked at the egg shells and I realised it was an Isa brown's egg (by the way my rooster is a Columbian Wyandotte bantam). So could anyone tell me what this little chick will grow up to look like ,white or brown, what type of crop, etc. Any info or pictures would be nice thanks!

    [​IMG] oh and heres some photos , ill get some better photos of the chicks on a later date

    the father
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    One of the mothers (not sure which one hehehe)
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    The chick and the non genetical mother
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  2. chooky_boy

    chooky_boy New Egg

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    the chick and the mother are in a cage because our last chicks got taken by a python and this time we are prepared.
     
  3. Goose and Fig

    Goose and Fig Grateful Geese

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    How cute! What color is the chick? Yellow?
    I think it may be hard ot guess since the mom is a hybrid- but maybe....
     
  4. blackdotte

    blackdotte Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The pullets will be white, the cockerels a split silver/gold (yellowish)
    David
     
  5. chooky_boy

    chooky_boy New Egg

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    hey thanks for the answers the chick is a bit yellowy white
    I have got a better photo here.
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