11 Years
Dec 1, 2008
Long Prairie, MN
I was told these were Fawn OEGB but I didn't realize there is more than one fawn color. I now know there is fawn, red breasted fawn, silver duckwing fawn and probably more that I haven't heard of. My question is, does anyone know what fawn they are? The seller did not have a rooster so I don't know what color he would have been. These girls are so sweet though. I thought I'd see what I got when I crossed them with my self blue roo.


Sonoran Silkies

Flock Mistress
11 Years
Jan 4, 2009
Tempe, Arizona
They carry gold, not silver, so they are not fawn silver duckwing or any other silver variation
I am not aware of fawn red breasted as it is not a recognised variety, so I haven;t got a clue of the standard they are breeding towards.

In the first generation of a cross to lavender (self blue), you should get darker birds (dun-based chocolates). They will probably still show the gold, and they will all be split to lav.

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