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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by cherylcohen, Oct 8, 2011.
Alistair the Bold! A cheeky chicken!
I have wanted jubilee orps for three years. I finally found two locally to buy!!! I am praying each night that these end up being a pair. The darker one feathered out quicker. So by reading this thread, I am hoping that the whiter one is a boy and the darker one is a girl. Any thoughts? They are five or six weeks old.
If I were to guess right now, I would say you had a pair. They look like Heirloom lines?
I would agree. You have a pair. Congrats!
Yeah!!! I love them already! I can not wait to watch them grow up and have babies!
Actually they are Greenfire
Here is another view of the pullet... He first shot was not great. I am apparently pretty bad at taking chicken photographs.
Why do some jubilee orp juveniles have barring/penciling type markings and some don't? I have birds from different sources and have noticed some variance. I'm also seeing some that mature to a gorgeous mahogany color and others are more reddish. ???
I've noticed this as well. I have three roos all from Greenfire and all three a different in their coloring. Only one is the deep mahogany. One is more white. One is stunningly red. All three gorgeous though.
Ewww do you have pictures to post? I would love to see them!