HuestisFarm

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OK, so I was told that my hens are Partridge Rock Bantams. I was wondering if they are all indeed PRBs. Their colors vary & I know this is common, but I just wanted to make sure... b/c I'm picky like that!


Chrissy


One of my favs - named her, Autumn.


Lenee ('Luh-Nay')


The one all the way on the left is, Copper - haven't gotten a decent shot of her yet.
 
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Mahonri

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Well, at least three in the photo at the bottom are Partridge Rocks... I'll take your bantam word for it that they are small.

I don't know what the one in the back is. too hard to tell.

But they are all pretty.
 

HuestisFarm

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Mahonri: The one in the back is my Golden Sebright hen. Here's a few better pics of her:

Pixie

 
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Chickndaddy

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Autumn appears to have a straight comb. I would say she is a Partridge Rock or a straight combed Wyandotte (which is unusual, but does happen). All the others appear to be Partridge Wyandottes. Except for the little Gold Sebright obviously...
 

Harley's girl

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Wyandotts can have a single comb. I read on feathersite it does happen, but it is not all that bad, you just can't show them. When it occurs on a rooster he i more fertile. (Hey I didn't make it up, I read it off of feathersite. It is the only reason I still ahve my GLW rooster)

So to answer your question...Yes they are all Partridge but I say wyandotts! JMHO
 

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