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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Julie_A, Sep 21, 2009.
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Looks like you might have a mute. Combination of mutation and mutt. These birds are usually the best of all worlds unless you get a flighty one. They normally are sterile if they are cocks, fantastic if they are hens and almost always give you the same girls. Watch and see if she takes all the eggs and sits on them. If she does, she will be very docile, very aggresive at the sight of laying mash (yes, they can tell) and slightly under weight. All of these are signs of an excellent layer and a hen that will produce live chicks for 5+ years and edible eggs for at least 5 yrs. As with all chickens, I do not advise eating anything less than hard boiled if your bird is over 4 yrs. old. If she turns out to be flighty, try and maintain as long as possible and collect eggs for incubation(if you have one), these are prized by all neighbors who love or know a mother hen
Forgot to note: all hens with high yellow-orange legs are usually dark brown, early, large volume medium to large eggers
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She is a spangled colored game of some sort.. American game bantam or Old English game bantam looking at her size and the size of the waterer..
She should lay a lightly tinted to a white egg...
My first guess is a speckled OEG or American game. She's not a bantam OEGB, but if she is a bantam, my guess would be dutch with those white earlobes of hers.
She looks to have a pea comb. With that being said, she is a spangled game hen (possible cross).
this is wierd but it looks like a mix between an ancona and a japanese bantam
Scott in Ohio, I never heard of this please explain.....mute Combination of mutation and mutt.
scott in ohio;
Looks like you might have a mute.
What are you talking about 'mute' ?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mute may refer to:
Muteness, a speech disorder in which a person lacks the power of articulate speech
Mute, a silent letter in phonology
Mute, a 2005 film
Mute (death customs), a professional mourner in Victorian and other European cultures
Mute (music), a device used to alter the sound of a musical instrument
Mute Records, a record label in the United Kingdom
MUTE, a peer-to-peer file-sharing network
Mute Magazine, a United Kingdom arts magazine
Mute (album), a 2000 compilation album from Hush Records featuring several indie rock acts
Mute (The Twilight Zone), an episode of The Twilight Zone
Combination of mutation and mutt.
Are you saying it is a mutated mutt?
If so where is the mutation?