Purportedly Black Star???

LeeHoll

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I was told these are Black Star by the person I took them from. I have my doubts. The little one with a topknot looks like a cross, both have black feathers that are iridescent green in the sun. Any ideas? They are over a year old. They have the most lovely large, dark eyes!
Thanks in advance! 20170319_175915625_iOS.jpg
 

LeeHoll

In the Brooder
Mar 6, 2017
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Fulton County, PA
Thanks! The australorp makes the most sense to me. Silkie/BA cross sounds right for Emma. Wonder if I could get her to go broody?:rolleyes:
 

drumstick diva

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Agree with Black Australorp. Is the other black all over - beak, skin,legs, comb? How many toes?

There are other black factored Breeds than silkies,
 

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