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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by BellaSaff, Jan 8, 2016.
Only one of 24 eggs took and this is s/he. Thoughts on gender?
3 weeks is a bit young to be able to be definitive, but so far no signs of it being a cockerel
Looks more like an Orpington with that pale golden color and pinkish/white legs. Way too young to be sure, but looks like a pullet for now.
X2 on junebuggena's post.
I got the eggs from Renise Judge and she has a rather unique flock.
Should be a very pretty bird. Obviously hoping greatly for a hen, but a rooster would mean that a line in South East Queensland could be generated.
The cock in link is nice. I'd be hoping for a cockerel myself. There is only three New Hampshire hens in that photo the others are unique as they are mixed breed.
I thought the palomino was a new colour in new Hampshire. What (other than colour) are the distinguishing features that make it not a new Hampshire?
Skin color is the biggest give-away. New Hampshires have yellow legs/skin. Most of those hens have white legs/skin. There is at least one frizzle hen in that group as well.
If it wasn't for the frizzle I'd have guessed they were crossed with a Light Sussex.