- Sep 9, 2013
Cream Legbars may have had some RIR and BR blood in them originally, way back in the 1930's when they were first bred, but today they are an actual breed that lays blue eggs, not a mix or hybrid. They are also VERY expensive right now--the next big thing. I sincerely doubt that there is a Cream Legbar in this group of barnyard mixes.Chicken 1 could be your wyandotte but mine had yellow legs not black
Chicken 2 looks like a young speckled sussex
Chicken 3 has a top hat like a Cream Leg Bar which is a mix between RIR and Barred rock but is a self sexing breed - males have white dots on heads and the female have the top hat - males too but with the combs it is harder to see it.
Chickens 4 on onward all look like andulations or Jersey Giants. Mine were very curious and friendly
Hows that for guessing?
Post their photos again in a month or so. By then the boys will be clear.Thanks so much everyone!! Very much appreciated. I was guessing that number 2, 3 & 4 were roosters. As round their beak was red & the others wernt red. Im going to have to learn what all their bits are called! Number 1 is the favourite, so my son will be happy. These are going to pets. I want to make sure that they are roosters before i have to give them away. How long will that be do you think. Thanks, im so glad i found bc, i love it!! Very helpful