Speckled Sussex Page!

yoker

Songster
11 Years
Jul 7, 2008
603
11
169
Here is a page that people can post pics,info,?,... about SS.

I have a pair of SS.
This year I hatched one chick, don't know if it is a girl or a boy.
Can't post pics computer is to slow.
 

Sugar Sand Farm

Songster
12 Years
Apr 24, 2007
2,597
10
211
North Florida
I have 6 hens but I can't take their pictures now they are in full molt. Can you say bald. They are very quiet birds and seem to go broody more than the EE's do.
 

lleighmay

Songster
11 Years
May 21, 2008
508
8
141
Woodlawn, VA
I don't have any SS yet; they are on my list for next spring as I think they are absolutely beautiful birds and I have read so many good reviews of their personalities. ginasmarans- yours are lovely even tho moulting; can't wait to get mine!
 

Katy

Flock Mistress
12 Years
Jun 29, 2007
16,317
71
331
Kansas~50+ yrs of chickens
I hatched my first Speckled Sussex late last winter and they have quickly become one of my favorite breeds. They are almost too friendly and I can't count the times I've about stepped on them because they won't get out of my way!! I'm pretty sure some of mine have too much white on them, but I still like them.
 

amazondoc

Cracked Egghead
11 Years
Mar 31, 2008
2,847
32
201
Lebanon, TN
I think speckled Sussex are some of the most beautiful birds around. Then again, if you take a look at my sig line you'll see I'm an absolute sucker for the speckled/spangled/mille fleur/Jubilee family of feather patterns.


I have three pullets right now. They are calm, inquisitive birds, slowly starting to get their speckles and losing the excess white on their chests. You can see them at 7 weeks old, here:

http://www.doberinfo.com/chickenpics/Sussex--09-30-08/sussex--09-30-08.html
 

pdsavage

Sussex Monarch
11 Years
Mar 27, 2008
4,286
13
241
NW,Missouri






these are mine i have 9 total 1 roo 8 hens,these pics where taken in jJune so they look better now not so lanky.
 

LocoPollo

Songster
11 Years
Aug 13, 2008
573
2
151
Ellijay, GA
I love my SS's except that they are eating me out of house and home! lol But they are really sweet and friendly. I will take some pictures if i can.
 

Sequin

Songster
11 Years
May 20, 2008
1,512
6
159
This breed is absolutely on my 'must have' list. Not only are they beautiful, but good layers also - so I hear. Any thoughts on this, how are they as layers? I plan on ordering 5 soon. I also want Americanas(sp?), but will have to wait until next year for those. I suspect they will mix well with my Australorp hens. Any other advice or suggestions for someone new to this breed?
 

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