I crossed a cream legbar with a ----- and this is what I got

Juju2773

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Anyone cross a legbar with isbar? What does egg color do? What do they look like?
They will lay a range of colors of aquamarine shades. I have three little pullets. Two black and one blue/grey. They all are forming tiny crests. And the seller of the eggs told me they will grow up to have soft barring and either be black grey or cream copper barred in color. The mom was a cream legbar, the dad isbar. These are the best photos I have.
 

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Hollenberg homestead

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You should try crossing him with a lightbrown colored hen. If you have any welsummers or light brown leghorns, those would be better than many breeds. I crossed my rooster with some rose combed light brown leghorn hens to work on a rose combed legbar. I will breed these back to legbars and just keep the best and breed from them over time. Here are a couple pics of my 'legbarhorns' (what I am calling these chicks)




I'm new to having chickens. We got our 1st batch in March. Later we got some clearance birds thinking they maybe something different then they were. As the got older we studied up on what they could be. Turns out we have some Wellsummers and some golden crele legbars. Well, now we noticed some of our Wellsummers have white ears but our golden creles don't. Could I have one of these mixes that you are talking about? And if so, how would I breed the Wellsummers out of them. My rooster is a golden crele legbar also.
 
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I'm new to having chickens. We got our 1st batch in March. Later we got some clearance birds thinking they maybe something different then they were. As the got older we studied up on what they could be. Turns out we have some Wellsummers and some golden crele legbars. Well, now we noticed some of our Wellsummers have white ears but our golden creles don't. Could I have one of these mixes that you are talking about? And if so, how would I breed the Wellsummers out of them. My rooster is a golden crele legbar also.
Do you have pictures? Your hens with white earlobes could be brown leghorns.
 

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