I did it........Frizzled EE eggs coming soon!!!!

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by Country Living Farm, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. Country Living Farm

    Country Living Farm Songster

    Apr 18, 2009
    Florida
    I an thinking of re-doing one of my pens and taking out the hens and replacing with EE or Americanas if I can find them. I have the EE on hand just starting to lay. The Roo is a Barred Frizzle.
     
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  2. Goose and Fig

    Goose and Fig Grateful Geese

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    Do it! [​IMG] I'm working on banty ones- splash sizzle roo over bantam splash & blue araucana hens.
    I have a blue bantam ameraucana roo and a blue sizzle hen as well, but I need another pen for that. Itty bitty frizzle EEs [​IMG]
     
  3. Hi! I think Frizzled Green-Eggers are a fine and wonderful thing!
    I've finally got some Ameraucana girls (blue and splash) clean and ready for their new mate --- a splash Frizzle Green-Egger. In fact, TODAY is THE day.
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    Lisa
     
  4. Crack N' Egg

    Crack N' Egg Songster

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    OOOHHHH!!!!! [​IMG] I would [​IMG] to have a frizzle EE!!!

    I'm soo jealous!!!
     
  5. Country Living Farm

    Country Living Farm Songster

    Apr 18, 2009
    Florida
    ok. Well, I think I will do it. New hens will go in a few days and the old ones? HUMMM. I guess more laying hens for sale.
     
  6. Chickanmanfromarkansas

    Chickanmanfromarkansas Songster

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    monkeyingaroundfarm wrote:

    I an thinking of re-doing one of my pens and taking out the hens and replacing with EE or Americanas if I can find them. I have the EE on hand just starting to lay. The Roo is a Barred Frizzle.

    Please don't mess up your Easter Eggers. I hate the frizzle gene, it makes chicken look so ugly. They are yours though do what you will. I wouldn't wamt any of your stock tough if you do it.​
     
  7. Hi! Here's a splash Frizzle Green-Egger pullet (clean slate legs, pea-comb, beard/muffed) next to a splash Ameraucana pullet.
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    Either you like them or you don't...
    And I DO!
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    Lisa
     
  8. Country Living Farm

    Country Living Farm Songster

    Apr 18, 2009
    Florida
    Just put some Americana hens in with the barred frizzle rooster.. HUMMMMM I wonder what a frizzled NN EE would look like. I have one of those roosters too.
     
  9. Country Living Farm

    Country Living Farm Songster

    Apr 18, 2009
    Florida
    Quote:Please don't mess up your Easter Eggers. I hate the frizzle gene, it makes chicken look so ugly. They are yours though do what you will. I wouldn't wamt any of your stock tough if you do it.

    I did it.......but I kept three NN hens in the coop as well so I can still get NN frizzles....
     
  10. I wonder what a frizzled NN EE would look like.

    Splash NN Green-Eggers (frizzled and smooth):
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    and a dark-skin splash Frizz NNGE and a splash Frizz featherneck GE:
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    Their eggs here (marked NF):
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    Lisa​
     

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