Frizzles?

acid_chipmunk

Polish Silkies d'Uccles O my!
9 Years
Mar 29, 2010
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Frizzle is a gene and can be present in just about any breed of chicken. What most people think of "frizzles" are actually frizzled cochins. I have frizzled Polish here on my farm.
 

HHandbasket

The Chickeneer
9 Years
Jun 2, 2010
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El Dorado County, California
I got some bantam cochin chicks from gryeyes a few weeks ago, and two of them are very definitely frizzled, now that they are feathering in (they're 4 weeks old). They are both roos... one's gonna have to go.
 

muddyhorse

Songster
10 Years
Aug 11, 2009
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Bloomsdale, MO
Frizzles did somebody say frizzles
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Many breeds come in frizzle it is a feather type not a breed
this is a frizzled serama
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a frizzled sumatra ( molting)
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a frizzled turken
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a frizzled cochin
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I have frizzled polish eggs in the bator

I want a FRZZLED DUCK but I just got some shamo babies maybe they need frizzleing
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Fiddlehead

Songster
9 Years
May 12, 2010
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Western Mass
I want a Frizzled polish or Frizzled silkie so bad!!! Can't find one to save my life!! If anyone knows where I can get one please feel free to contact me. Thanks!
 

DrRob

In the Brooder
8 Years
Feb 10, 2011
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Middle Chinnock, Crewkerne,UK
Here is my Pair of Gold Laced Polish Bantams the Roo is a Frizzle (He is at the back) and the Hen is straight feathered - sorry about the slightly poor quality !

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Regards
Dr Rob.

They are laying at the moment and I have 3 in the incubator, after a few hatches and after I have tested fertility I maybe able to ship some hatching eggs over to the US. RD
 

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