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ISO Polish frizzle chicken

Discussion in 'Chicken Breeders & Hatcheries' started by Windgefluester, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. Windgefluester

    Windgefluester Out Of The Brooder

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    hi all,
    I'm new and here and here is my first question :)
    I'm looking for someone who sell me Polish frizzle hatching eggs or chicks (I'm also interessting in silkie sizzles) .
    I'm google for it but can't find someone, maybe you can help me! THANKS a lot


    Thank you
    Nicole
     
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  2. LukensFarms

    LukensFarms Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We have some, but this time of year it takes us a bit of time to get enough together to hatch.Can you order several or are you only looking for a couple?
     
  3. Windgefluester

    Windgefluester Out Of The Brooder

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    I send you a PM :)
     
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  5. Richz Gal

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    I am l@@king for polish frizzle and silkie sizzle eggs as well and having trouble finding breeders. Do you by chance have "egglets" available? =)
     
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    sbucciarel Chillin' With My Peeps

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  7. Bailey toppys

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    Some people are telling me that you should not breed two fizzles together. They said the babies would be born without feathers.Exactely what does that mean? Do you have to have a smooth and frizzle to get frizzle babies?
     
  8. JaeG

    JaeG Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Two frizzles bred together will produce babies with brittle feathers due to a double dose of the frizzle gene. This does not make an attractive bird and they are very cold sensitive due to not having sufficient feathers to keep them warm. I have read that you use a frizzle rooster with a good smooth feathered female specimen of whichever breed you are breeding and that's the best combination. 50% will be born frizzled (on average) with the other 50% being smooth feathered. Hope that helps. There are lots of websites about breeding frizzles so do a bit of research and good luck with your breeding programme.
     
  9. Bailey toppys

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    Thank you so much for the info about breeding the frizzles. That helps alot.
     
  10. Glenda Heywoodo

    Glenda Heywoodo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Glenda Heywood
    I bred frizzle cochins for several decades
    and never bred frizzle to frizzle as it
    causes extreme frizzles or curlies
    here is pictures of a curly that has no back feathers
    and never will.

    Tee-hee! The post subject makes me laugh.
    I'm hoping and hoping and praying that my frizzle isn't a boy. We'll keep him anyway, but it's easier to keep one rooster rather than two, and we have a cute Polish cockerel. How can I choose between the two? Anyway, here are pictures of "her".

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    -Laura
    owner of a flock of 23 (16/7)
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