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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by PhlyinPheBee, Jul 24, 2010.
This is my flock roo. He is about 7 months old. is he a true full blood???
Since he is rumpless, he is from an araucana breeding. I'm not sure what you mean by 'is he true full blood'. That would depend what his parents were.
I have no idea whether he is true breed or not, BUT HE IS SO GORGEOUS, I just had to comment!
His legs are a lot longer than my roosters are. He's not tufted so you would need a tufted hen for him. He's really a pretty rooster, where did he come from? Any chance for some game type in him?
Here is my clean faced rooster Rudy, for comparison
And my tufted rooster Degas - his tufts are hard to see in this pic, they're just now growing back in.
Wow, just had to comment - all 3 of those birds are GORGEOUS!
Well I ordered 7 birds for a man that said they were true. the only pullet so does not look like any of the pic I have seen and has yellow legs. Also they were all to have been pullets and it turned out to be 6 out of 7 roo's.
Quote:Yours are to pretty!!!! I do not know his breeding. I got them from some one on egg bid. WILL NOT DO that again!!!
I just have to say that all three are beautiful! It makes me want one!
How old is your rooster? Maybe he's just young and needs to fill out. Eggbid no longer exists so that is good but it always pays to be careful. There is a man in SW Missouri I would not deal with again. I've learned to go with breeders who have good reputations and to learn as much as you can so you can make the best possible decisions then understand that most breeders are only selling their culls. A few will sell show birds after they have been shown but they are going to really cost a lot. Show bird doesn't mean they are great breeders though. It's just a challenging breed to deal with and only for the very patient.
I want your rooster. !!!!