Polands.

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Chickensfan, Jul 17, 2016.

  1. Chickensfan

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    hello.
    i love polish chickens. my best friend is my polish roo "Hats" in my avatar. i recently bought some new polands, and i think they are Tolbunts, but am not sure. i know they are all pullets though.they are around 3 months, but i am not sure of the exact age. here are some pics...
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    above-Passion, (top) Mapleheart, (bottom right) and Cupcake. (bottom left.)
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    above-Mapleheart
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    above-all 3.
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    above-Mapleheart.
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    above-all 3.
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    above-Passion. (has a heart shaped black spot on her crest.)
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    above-Mapleheart
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    above-Cupcake
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    above-Passion.
    i have one last question. they are all getting spur buds. i thought only roosters got those. are they actually cocks? it would be a bummer. as i already have 6 cockerels, i would have to give away some. (don't worry, they have enough hens. but i would like to have a lot of hens, and a little amount of roos...even though i love them all, and it would break my heart to lose some.)
    thanks!
    ~Marie
     
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  2. Gray Farms

    Gray Farms Crowing

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    I'd say they are Tolbunt/Gold Laced cross.
     
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  3. summerb123

    summerb123 Crowing

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    roosters crest
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    feathers are pionty and crest flows like a fountain

    hen crest
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    more rounded crest feathers look like an afro
     
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  4. BaileyMChicks

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    All chickens have spur buds. Some hens develop spurs and some roosters don't. Some breeds both genders get spurs and often have more than one spur on a single foot. You can't determine gender by looking at the spur buds, sorry. And I'm not sure on your chicks. Sorry.
     
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  5. Chickensfan

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    thanks!
     
  6. Chickensfan

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    i already know what gender they are. but thanks!
     
  7. Chickensfan

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    thanks! i am pretty sure they are female. they have rounded crests/feathers. also pretty much no wattle development.
     
  8. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years. Premium Member

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    agree with Grays farm
     
  9. Chickensfan

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    thanks!
     
  10. Gray Farms

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    glad to help
     

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