The chicken breed Pavlov

ttakas

In the Brooder
6 Years
May 16, 2013
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Metter, GA
Following as I picked up a Pavlov egg when I picked up some araucan eggs in Florida this past weekend. if it hatches, should be a interesting addition to my barnyard mix.
 

Bean789

Songster
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Apr 25, 2014
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Spring Hill, FL
No they are pure! This breed like EE or Polish do not have an established and recognized color/colors
There is a verity of colors but they all need to have the "hood" and feathered shanks.
And they are very rare!
See this pic.
https://www.google.co.il/search?q=p...ChMIpYTvzdf3yAIVwaAUCh0XuAu-&biw=1024&bih=671
http://greenfirefarms.com/chicken/pavlovskaya/ and http://fermer.ru/files/forum/attach/182757/14e02a11-702554.pdf

The Gold/Orange/Black and the solid whites are the ones brought to the US. Did you somehow get some Silvers in yours? If so, where did you get the Silvers from?

In mentioning a possible mix, I was referring to mixing the Gold/Orange?Black with the solid whites.

I have both GFF Pavlovskaya in both colors as originally brought over from Russia.
 

Akrnaf2

The educated Rhino
Jul 5, 2014
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Our eggs came directly from Russia, we managed to contact with a breeder that breed some wonderful Orloffs, we made some good business with him and he actually gave us the Pavlov eggs for free! So I can't say that I am shore that they
All from the same variety!
We can't say that there are standard colors because the breed has not, every standardized, as far as I know!
 
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