Rhode Island Reds?

Katniss_Everdeen

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This is an image of an Australorp off the internet:
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This is an image of a BSL off the internet:
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And this is my chicken:
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Maybe you can't see it in the photos but they are definitely 110% BSLs.
 

Aapomp831

Crowing
Oct 4, 2017
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I think they are BSLs. You can't see it in the photos but they have bright red feathers on their chest and necks and are exactly the same size and body shape as the RSLs. Also, the person we bought them off said the father was the same.
This is an image of an Australorp off the internet:
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This is an image of a BSL off the internet:
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And this is my chicken:
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Maybe you can't see it in the photos but they are definitely 110% BSLs.
you may be right... I do have a BSL that is almost entirely black. However, she was labeled at TSC as a Hoover Black, which I’m now wondering is a production black? Or if a production black is the same as a BSL? This is a pic of her, my girl Midnight.
 

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Overo Mare

Pics or it didn't happen.
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Do not ever believe everything you read on the internet when it comes to breed labels.

I have seen Light Brahmas labeled as COCHINS. Google or the internet in general, is not a good place to type in a breed and then look at the photos. They are quite often mislabeled.
 

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