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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by scali1971, Sep 8, 2014.
Any bielefeder experts out there?
I'm no expert on this breed, but this bird looks to have a beard and muffs? I can't tell if it has a straight comb or not.
I think the breed is still rare enough you'd probably know if you had one, by the price. It's also an easy look to replicate breeding mixed birds.
I did have bielefeder hatching eggs and the chicks got combined in the brooder by error so I am not 100% I also have cream legbars so I am not sure what it is, this is why I am asking
Can you get a closer picture?
X2 on donrae's question. The head and comb just don't look right to me for a Bielefeder in this picture. Is the comb a small single comb with points or is it a pea comb. If it weren't for the yellow legs and the fact that you say you had Bielefeder hatching eggs, I would say that this bird is an Easter Egger. Even with the yellow legs instead of the more common greenish legs, it could still be an EE. I hope you can post a closer, clearer picture of the head and comb.
I'm glad I'm not the only one seeing EE there. The whole body shape, also...thought I was smoking something good
Looks look an Easter Egger (or at least with EE heritage) to me, too.