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Mysterious Strawberry Comb Roo--Help?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by CYGChickies, Aug 5, 2013.

  1. CYGChickies

    CYGChickies Chirping

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    My friend has a rooster that she needs identified. He's for sure purebred as he was one of those mystery hatchery Roos. The strawberry comb is not something I'm familiar with so I'm having trouble with this ID. Any ideas?? Thanks!

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  2. CCCCCCCCHICKENS

    CCCCCCCCHICKENS Crowing

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    What hatchery did you gedt him from?
     
  3. CYGChickies

    CYGChickies Chirping

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    She didn't say but probably Cackle Hatchery.
     
  4. CYGChickies

    CYGChickies Chirping

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    Sorry he is actually from Murray McMurray!
     
  5. CYGChickies

    CYGChickies Chirping

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    Somebody must have some idea. Any guesses at all?
     
  6. keesmom

    keesmom Crowing

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    Hatcery buttercup? What color earlobes does he have?
     

  7. Veer67

    Veer67 Songster

    It looks like a golden laced wyandotte roo.
     
  8. CCCCCCCCHICKENS

    CCCCCCCCHICKENS Crowing

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    To me he dosent look like an RC brown leghorn. I have raised them before and still have some, but then again I have never had hatchery stock ones.
     
  9. tuthillny

    tuthillny Semper Fidelis

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    Hi, Why do you say he has a strawberry comb? His comb looks too big for that. It is hard to tell from the photo but is he a bantam or LF? Well he is not a leghorn or a buttercup, though his coloring is reminiscent, his earlobes are not white nor are his legs willow. I think it would be helpful if you could get a closer photo of his head and comb. Good luck.
     

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