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cochin44

Songster
10 Years
Jan 30, 2009
194
3
119
St. Amant, LA
Turken and Ameraucana (at a very young age)
He grew up and lost alot of his turken look

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Illia

Crazy for Colors
10 Years
Oct 19, 2009
16,240
250
336
Forks, WA
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Ameraucana or hatchery-Easter Egger?
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Either way, he's adorable!! I would love to see him grown up.

I don't have any crossbreds. . . Yet.
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cochin44

Songster
10 Years
Jan 30, 2009
194
3
119
St. Amant, LA
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Ameraucana or hatchery-Easter Egger?
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Either way, he's adorable!! I would love to see him grown up.

I don't have any crossbreds. . . Yet.
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Yeah, I meant Easter Egger. He went through a strange ugly-featherless stage a little while later, (note the mullet!)
now he is full grown and looks like a big bodied EE.

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shellikirbey

Songster
Feb 17, 2016
373
41
108
Eldorado Springs, Mo
I know this is old thread but when that turken easter egger hatched did it look like it dudnt have much down on back and back of neck.ive had one hatch and im curious about if hes mixed with my turken.hatched out of blue easter egger egg.cause he doesnt hav much down on back or back of neck but has alot on front of neck.i had a turken pair but got rid of them a few days ago.u hadnt seen him after my easter egger hen but i did see him after my silkies..so im wondering this chick us part turken?..as soon as it hatched i could tell something was different about it
 

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