NAME MY FLOCK!

kelciep14

In the Brooder
May 1, 2017
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We just rescued over 20, however the others didn’t stump me on what they are. However, these girls and Roo have me scratching my head at the multiple possibilities.

I gave them numbers so some photos are the same hen, just a different view.
 

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JedJackson

Crossing the Road
5 Years
Jul 6, 2016
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1 & 2 are Easter eggers.
3 looks like a partridge rock cross-- leg color is wrong for purebred.
4 gold laced Wyandotte hen, Easter egger rooster.
5 probably an Easter egger crossed with a heavier breed.

So mostly Easter eggers or crosses of them.
 

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