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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Elgallo16, Nov 18, 2017.

  1. Elgallo16

    Elgallo16 In the Brooder

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    Trying to determine what breed this rooster is? I believe its a sweater 20171106_131720-1.jpg
     

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  2. BantammChick

    BantammChick Songster

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    :frow:welcome Your chicken looks like an american game fowl.
     
  3. Ditto, he looks like an American Game Fowl.
     
  4. Elgallo16

    Elgallo16 In the Brooder

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    What strain
     
  5. rothfarm2000

    rothfarm2000 Chirping

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    I'm sorry for intruding on your thread, but I'm fairly new to chickens. Why do you have the strap on his leg?
     
  6. Elgallo16

    Elgallo16 In the Brooder

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    To prevent him from fighting my other roosters
     
  7. Elgallo16

    Elgallo16 In the Brooder

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    What strain
     
  8. Elgallo16

    Elgallo16 In the Brooder

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    What strain
     
  9. KikisGirls

    KikisGirls Enlightened Premium Member Project Manager

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    Interesting...I had no idea they were called strains.
    "The American gamefowl is broken down into strains, unlike most other fowl. Some of the more popular strains are Hatch, Kelso, Albany, Sweater, Whitehackle, Claret, Roundhead, and Butcher."
    from:
    http://www.feathersite.com/Poultry/Games/BRKAmerGame.html
     
  10. Wow, well I have learned something new too. That is interesting.
     
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