I'm stumped

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ShayB, Jul 20, 2018.

  1. ShayB

    ShayB Chirping

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    A friend of mine ordered a bunch of chicks from a couple hatcheries. She cant remember which one this lady came from and has zero idea what it is. She's 3 1/2 months old, mostly black with that pretty green sheen to the feathers, but on her neck has some gold lacing? Legs and feet are black/slate. Help?
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  2. I've heard some people call it an Asian Black. Gorgeous chicken!!!
     
  3. ShayB

    ShayB Chirping

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    I LOVE her! Pictures dont even do her justice but shes still somewhat timid so I couldn't grab the best ones of her.

    I begged to take her home, Morticia is now mine!
     
  4. Flockandfowl46

    Flockandfowl46 Crowing

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    I think she is a sexlink:)
     
  5. ShayB

    ShayB Chirping

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    I thought maybe that, but her leg color threw me off. I've only seen sex links with yellowish, is it normal to have the black/slate tinted legs?
     
  6. Flockandfowl46

    Flockandfowl46 Crowing

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    Mine do:)
     
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  7. ShayB

    ShayB Chirping

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    Awesome!
    Thank you!! Nice knowing what she may be haha
     
  8. Flockandfowl46

    Flockandfowl46 Crowing

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    I could be wrong hun but mine were linked with a black jersey giant that had blk legs
     
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  9. Flockandfowl46

    Flockandfowl46 Crowing

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    I'm not sure why but it must be on the hen side because the roo did not have a blk comb but my sexlink hens and cockerals do
     
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