Green feet

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by midwestindianarookie1, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. midwestindianarookie1

    midwestindianarookie1 Hatching

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    I am a former BYC enthusiast and was recently given some chicks. Now that the chicks are a little older, I was wondering about what kind one of them might be. It has green feet as opposed to yellow, it kind of resembles the coloration of a speckled pidgeon. I just got reregistered and haven't had a chance to look around BYC yet and for that, I appologize. Sorry, no pictures yet, either. Any ideas?
     
  2. chics in the sun

    chics in the sun Songster

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    EE, maybe?
     
  3. CalebtheChicken

    CalebtheChicken Songster

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    Proubly Easter Egger
     
  4. ekemily

    ekemily Songster

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    I would guess EE too, just because it is a common breed and fits your description. We really need a pic to help you more. [​IMG]
     
  5. sloallie10

    sloallie10 Songster

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    Yea, ee.
     
  6. apc

    apc Songster

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    Could be a lot of different mutt breeds. Ive also had seramas that had green legs, as well as an austrolorp/buff orp mix.
     
  7. DTchickens

    DTchickens Crowing

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    Can't tell without pics. Not only mutt's have green legs.. So do Fayoumi, Buttercup, various type of games, etc... There is a long list that could fit your description.

    -Daniel
     
  8. midwestindianarookie1

    midwestindianarookie1 Hatching

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    Thanks. I think you all might be right. At least now, I have an idea where to start. I'll try to post a picture in the next few days.
     

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