Need help identify the breed.

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by speedy2020, Nov 24, 2010.

  1. speedy2020

    speedy2020 Songster

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    I got this rooster for my hen. The owner said he is Marans, but it does look like Ameraucana. Can someone help me identify him?

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  2. omahalostpunk

    omahalostpunk In the Brooder

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    Ameraucana's have beards and muffs
     
  3. farmerChef

    farmerChef Songster

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    does it have feathered feet? looks like my cousin's cochins
     
  4. speedy2020

    speedy2020 Songster

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    Quote:There is no feather feet. The feet color is black/blue like the body feather. I've seen cochin before and this rooster is smaller than cochin.
     
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  5. lemurchaser

    lemurchaser Songster

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    What kind of comb does he have? He looks like he could be a blue Marans but that comb doesn't look right.
     

  6. PeakyBeaky

    PeakyBeaky Songster

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    It loooks like a Blue Wyandotte...any better photo of the comb? Nice bird [​IMG]
     
  7. speedy2020

    speedy2020 Songster

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    Quote:Here is a photo little closed up of the comb.

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  8. HHandbasket

    HHandbasket The Chickeneer

    Looks exactly like my friend's blue wyandotte. They could be twins.
     
  9. KCchickens

    KCchickens Chirping

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    Definitly not a marans. I'd have to say Wyandotte
     

  10. BirdNut

    BirdNut Crowing

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    That's a pea comb, it isn't a Wyandotte. Wyandottes have rose combs. [​IMG]

    I'm guessing it's an Easter Egger, or a hybrid of some sort. Easter Eggers don't need to have muffs, nor do they need a beard.
     

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