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Discussion in 'Pheasants and Partridge (Chukar)' started by BobwhiteQuailLover, Mar 22, 2011.
Here is my peach.
I would like a breeding critique.
I don't know much about peach hens but the wattle under the eye looks like a males, and the (looks like yellow) colored feathers on it back, the bright yellow legs, & spurs make it appear to be a young male. Randy, JJ, or maybe Tony will know more about peach Golden's than me. Pretty bird either way.
They all said it was a hen.. but it HAS to be a male
Not knowing anything about mutations,I would say it's a male.If he is a year old now,he should show signs of a cape and a little color by now.
BQL go to www.gbwf.org look for a guy name MYTY,he has a post in the wanted section,he raises a lot of golden mutations and I think he has pics of peach and all the others.
I got my peach pair from Lonnie Bougie.
I still dont know if you are catching what we are saying...you can hope and hope that this bird is a male...that won't change the way mother nature made it...FEMALE. That bird is no 2011 hatch....if it were a male like others have stated it would be a lot more colored in than what yours is.
It was hatched in sept. 2010