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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by hlhutchinson, Jun 18, 2017.
Our white leghorn has one black feather she's about 9 weeks
That's not a leghorn. That's a Easter egger mixed with leghorn because of the yellow feet
Thank you we got our chicks from my kids class and we're given a list of what they could be. Looks lovely me we guessed wrong
Yes see the muffs?
What are muffs, sorry I really don't know much about chickens I have read two books about them but apparently I need to re read so that more will stick
These fluffy things are muffs.
Like a beard. The fluffy cheeks.
That's an easter egger or easter egger mix.
Sadly, that is not a leghorn. That is a Easter Egger, probably a mix. Now about that feather... I assume it is normal, one of my Guinea fowl is black with one white feather. Nothing to worry about.