Pullet or Roo Bantam Phoenix

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by write2caroline, Jun 16, 2010.

  1. write2caroline

    write2caroline Songster

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    Well, I was told pullet. It sort of looks like a roo but never crowed - still hasn't but today it climbed up to mate one of my bantam black cochins. So is it a roo or a pullet?

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    It's name is jabberwokkee.

    Caroline
     

  2. Paco

    Paco Chirping

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    I'm pretty sure thats a rooster and I'm also pretty sure its not a phoenix it looks more of a game type bird .
     
  3. write2caroline

    write2caroline Songster

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    I was told "she was a phoenix pullet" but it might be a heinz 57. Maybe it has some phoenix in it! Jabber does not crow and was hatched 1/5.

    That is okay!

    I still like Jabberwokkee. It likes to say hello to me and begs for treats.

    So you do think she is a he?
    Caroline
     
  4. chickensrock98

    chickensrock98 In the Brooder

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    its a roo for shure a female would not have tail feathers like that or those colors dont know aout breed though but it shure is beautiful [​IMG]
     

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