Red laced blue Wyandotte

TheHenDen

In the Brooder
Apr 23, 2021
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Got 4 Wyandotte about 3 or so months ago. Sexed female. We know how that goes. Anyways, this one (red laced) is taller and getting more of a pronounced reddish pink comb and waddle coming in 🥴 I’m really keeping fingers crossed she stays a she! I’ve heard Wyandotte can pink faster. I’ve never had this breed before. I’ve had a run of bad luck lately with 3 other supposed hens, that became roos. We can’t have roosters. Any thoughts? TIA
 

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Yours is a very pretty lady, too! Of Winnie and Lacy (original, huh?), Lacy has the prettier markings--she's in all the pix but the one on my lap. But Winnie is the most friendly lap baby in my flock of 15. They are a fantastic breed!
 

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