Francesca

Mekare

Chirping
6 Years
Jul 7, 2013
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Francesca is about 4 weeks old. Barnyard mix? Female?

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donrae

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Jun 18, 2010
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Looks mixed, and could be female although too early to say for sure. Sometimes they sprout a comb later, especially with mixed birds. Where did you get it? Do you know what it is supposed to be, or just a mixed breed?
 
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Mekare

Chirping
6 Years
Jul 7, 2013
106
3
73
From a nice lady with beautiful chickens that all live together. She's pretty sure she came from a green egg. She and some people who were there when I picked her up seemed to think she's part Americauna because she has puffy cheeks and she does have some in her flock.
 
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Kelsie2290

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Feb 18, 2011
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Pretty little chick, if the chick came from a green egg, it is a barn yard mix that most people would call an Easter Egger. A mixed chicken that has Ameraucana/Araucanas in their ancestry. It's too young to really say boy or girl, but I'm not seeing anything that screams rooster, though in an Easter Egger that color often is.
 

K Spot

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Apr 14, 2013
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Pretty little chick, if the chick came from a green egg, it is a barn yard mix that most people would call an Easter Egger. A mixed chicken that has Ameraucana/Araucanas in their ancestry. It's too young to really say boy or girl, but I'm not seeing anything that screams rooster, though in an Easter Egger that color often is.

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