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Maybe a Partridge Chantecler?????

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by LindsayB, Apr 27, 2008.

  1. LindsayB

    LindsayB Songster

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    I just purchased this cute little 3 week chick today. I have no idea what she is though. I think its a partridge chantelcer but I'm really not sure. I know its not an ameraucana bc it has tiny waddles growing. I have a 9 week old ameraucana hen with no comb or waddles. Its kind of a bad pic, the chick is sitting on my desk!...Does anyone know???

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  2. LindsayB

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    anyone?
     
  3. debbyluvschickens

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    sorry, dont know what it is, but its sooo adorable...im jealous..lol
     
  4. S n M Poultry

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    it looks like a partridge rock to me [​IMG]
     
  5. LindsayB

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    Quote:the partridge rock chicks don't have the stripes and spots like this one though... its hard to tell
     
  6. Carole AM

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    [​IMG] I bet it is a Chantecler! CONGRATZ!

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  7. Montana-Hens

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    I have a two week old Partidge Chantecler and she doesn't look like that.

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  8. wclawrence

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    look at the comb. if it is very smooth it is a chanty, if it has two tiny rows of points, it is a partridge wyandotte
     

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