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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ForkCity, Mar 4, 2009.
Here's a picture of my hen's spurs...
Hens can grow spurs, it is not uncommon.
Do you have a photo of her head? Maybe it's not really a hen?
My avatar is her head.. She is a hen. I know a hen when I see one. And I also know they can grow spurs..
I didn't know they could grow them..
Guess you learn something new everyday.
there is a thread over on the "feed"... we were talking about hens with spurs... i got to get a picture of mine too...
my andalusians HENS have the begining of spurs like that,, and i am gonna check my OEG hens too...
got to get pictures... got to get pictures...
thanks for sharing!!!
Hens grow spurs when roos aren't present in order to show dominance.
Well I'm glad the ladies grow some gear to protect themselves XD
My two German Spitzhauben hens have spurs, only one each though. I also have a few roosters, so do you think genetics could have something to do with it, or just a tom-hen?
A lot of asiatic game hens grow spurs..