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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Bogtown Chick, Nov 18, 2015.
Cow update: no bagging or filling. Leaking is same. So now we just watch and wait.
I am going to try and get some pictures of mine that I think are single barred.. double barred would be like a Barred rock then?
Team industries always has pallets. That is how I get mine. And theirs are really nice.
A single barred male will have a non barred feather somewhere that give it away . Double barred will not have that . Barring has a dosage effect making auto sexing possible .
Wow you just started speaking Greek to me... I think I have a headache now too..
Koppers I think this is pretty close to you;;\
I like that fencing option if we decide to go that route. Do you use metal or wood fence posts?
I had some sex link roos that were barred. They were a cross between a Welsummer roo and Barred rock hens. They were cute. I was working on Welbars but sold the first generation so never got to finish that project. I would have kept a roo and put it in with Welsummer hens but never got to it...
First generation roo
First generation pullet
black feather = single barred
no barring in tail and other placesLighter color on double barred
some lavender sex links . The head spots are male
some cuckoo chicks . Defiantly double barred male on bottom