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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by EastinChickens, Jun 18, 2010.
My road island red hen(jipsey) abounds the guine and Roos before I let them out side
But I think he might be an EE crosse with a buff laced polish because he has feathery feet
I find that windchimes keep away coyotes
i saw those and i immediately thought "faverolles" or maybe brahma but faverolles have both feathered feet and beards. polish do not have feathered feet they have a tophat though and i could not see it on him.
Polish do not have feathered feet. He seems to have some dominant white in him. That would turn a partridge colored rooster into a red pyle like color. Not sure about the feathered feet, Many breeds have them.
The buff laced polish do tho
Not in the USA. I have raised them and seen them in shows. The Standard of Perfection from the American Poultry Association calls for clean legs not feathered legs. I think you were misinformed. Check with people here on BYC on the Polish thread. Not trying to argue just trying to direct you to good information.
I think my favorite pullet might actually be a Cockerel what do you think? 6 weeks old
I was lookin up pics of them to se what kind of polish I wanted to order and the all have fluffy feet so guess u can't trust the internet