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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by rirluvr, Nov 25, 2009.
New Hampshire Reds are generally more of an orange/red in color. Rhode Island Reds are closer to a brick red color.
they are probally production reds. RIR's will be really dark red! almost maroonish. I love my production red, lay's tons of eggs.
If it helps, here's my RIR pullet (from hatchery)
wow! you guys are so helpful. one of my chickens looks exactly like the one in that picture and some are darker red. So I guess I am going to just go with Rhode Island Reds. I hear they start laying at 5-6 months anyone hear any different?
thanks for all the help. this is indeed the friendliest chicken forum around.
I wanted to put up a picture of my girls but I have no idea how.. anyone have simple instructions?
Quote:Ask and you shale receive...
Thanks for the super handy and easy link to how to post a pic.
Here goes my first try..
Ladies and gentlemen I present my girls Matilda, Hilda, and Agnus
and here is Agnus wondering why she likes mint so much.
All are Production Rhode Island Red