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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by slickchik, Jan 23, 2010.
I have a cockerel that is about 4 months and I see nothing on his legs.
I have learned that a roo will not start fully grow it's spurs until the roo is over a year old. Can we see a pic though?
Here is James
Here is his leg
His legs look just like his girlfriend's legs... Little spur buds.
He was standing funny because I woke him up to take some pics of him... What a sweet little man he is.
James is one handsome bird!
He's a cutie. And, what long legs he has! I have 4 little MGB hens that I just got a few day ago. They have stolen my heart already.
I don't know about the spurs.
Yes he will grow them some of them are a little slow to mature so that may be it but i have a little cochin that needs to borrow that set of leg stretchers you used on that little fellow because his butt nearly drags the ground
I doubt that your Modern Male will ever develop any spurs. Moderns are bad about not having spurs. The standard will disqualify a cock bird with out them and a cockerel without buttons.
I have a few BB Red males that have no spurs.