Help Identify My FluffyButted Frizzles (pic heavy!)

Sukiyaki

In the Brooder
11 Years
Oct 19, 2008
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I saw two frizzles that were labled as hens at the feedstore that I couldn't pass up. I'm the proudest mama ever, they're super sweet and extremely adorable--and their fluffy butts are to die for!

I'm new to chickens but I think they're bantam cochins. I've no idea what to call their colorings and I'm not entirely positive they're both hens, either.
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They're still pretty young. They're at that half cluck-half peeping stage and they're TINY. Both are smaller than even my smallest polish chicken.

Pictures, go!

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Everyone, meet Penny-Jo. Penny-Jo meet the wonderful BYC forum members!

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Showing off her fuzzy rear!


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She's a much more easy-going hen than her fellow frizz. I was able to get some good glamour shots of her!

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And this is Mary-Jane. She way faster than her counterpart.
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Mary-Jane, special guest: Penny-Jo!

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I really like the coloring on MJ and she's already brave enough to steal things from me when I'm eating!



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Thank you for putting up with my doting.
 

sunket77

Songster
10 Years
May 21, 2009
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Texas Hill Country!
They are ADORABLE!!! so fluffy and soft looking! I'm no expert but I have to agree mary-jane looks like a roo from what I have seen on here. Bigger wattle and longer tail feathers.
 

Sukiyaki

In the Brooder
11 Years
Oct 19, 2008
43
0
32
Houston Area, Texas
Aw shucks. MaryJane could be a boy?
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I've had nothing but bad luck with roosters. They're always sweet right up until I turn my back. Oooh I hope she's just gender-confused!

Any ideas on what their colorations are called?



Thank you for your help so far!
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