Strangest looking laying hen I have EVER seen. Got any ideas???

arllcountrygirl

lavender nutt
11 Years
Sep 27, 2008
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My Coop
I recently got some older nest boxes, I was working on them the other day and getting them ready for the pens and I ran across this. Of course I had to run in and get my camera.
I have never seen a laying hen like this one.
This is Precious our confused kitty.
I just thought you guys might get a kick out of it.

 

BoiseBubba

Serama Psycho
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Feb 11, 2009
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Boise, ID
Quote:I think its a Crelalico Corpington and they are from Antarctica, aka the south pole, and they lay puple eggs with gold spots and pink yolks, AND each one is worth a TRILLION dollars!!!!!!
 

Guinea Goonie

Roosting Elsewhere
11 Years
Sep 2, 2008
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Peace Valley in Howell County Missouri
Wow, you need to turn down the heat and increase the humidity on your bator. I have only seen this anomaly a few times. The silkie type feathers and the extra legs instead of wings gives rise to the presence of this type of bator problems as seen before on this site.

They are great brooders though.

I have never heard of a male calico cat, only female. I love calicos.
 
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