Crunchycloth

In the Brooder
Mar 15, 2017
11
0
17
Michigan
I feel like every day I am questioning the gender of my "ladies." They are all 11 weeks today. Also, the other pullet of the same breed looks way different. Much smaller, different tail and neck feathers and cheek puffs. And they were sold to me as Red Crosses
Not so sure FFandH had a clue...
 

Attachments

SunHwaKwon

Crowing
Jul 19, 2015
5,610
2,655
407
North Central Florida
If they are Red Crosses then doesn't that indicate that they are mixed breed and will likely have different appearances? Cheek puffs tells me one is crossed with EE. Green legs are another clue. By 11 weeks my male birds usually have significant comb and wattle development. The level of pinkness on that one bird doesn't set off any alarms for me. My 100% certainly female Salmon Faverolles and Speckled Sussexes of the same age have the same look to their combs.
 

New posts New threads Active threads

Top Bottom